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New Findings

Why even dim lighting can affect breast cancer meds.



Need a Trim?

Click here for more about this weekend's Cutting For a Cure 48-hour haircutting marathon and health education event.



Cover Yourself

B condoms CEO and RH blogger Jason Panda on what it will take for folks to regularly use condoms.



It's That Time

Today is National HIV Testing Day. Do you know your status?



Hey Grill Gods & Goddesses

What you should know before tossing meats on the barbie.



Wise Woman

Maya Angelou: Women must take care of their health, or they can't help anyone else.



Girl Power!

Female babies beat out infant boys by being biologically stronger.



Portraits in Black

Why poor men of color who have sex with men are now the new face of HIV.



Changing Times

Why blogger Jeff Carroll says that for men and women, the old rules of the dating game no longer apply.



Just In Case They Get Lost

Here's a helpful tip if you're a caregiver to elderly loved ones with Alzheimer's.


Knuckling Down

Fist bumps versus handshakes. What's better for health?



Pot for Pets?

Some animal lovers want marijuana treatments legalized for their dogs or cats.



Pool Rules

Know what you're getting into before you jump in!



Community Service Action

Why Reverend Run feels called to guide people into getting screened for diabetes.



Baby Basics

Parent alert: Why antibiotics shouldn't be automatically prescribed for little ones' ailments.



Gotta Love This

Would you believe there's a calculation that can tell you how old your heart really is?



Measurable Findings

Scientists say they're learning diabetes is more complex than simply types 1 and 2.



Unwanted Side Effects

Antipsychotic meds may put kids at risk of diabetes.



A Higher Power

Blogger Nicole Lemelle ponders the mystery of a God that allows her to suffer with MS.


Current Issue

Here's why Reverend Run and his wife, Justine Simmons, got screened for diabetes and think you should too.



Predicting Illness

Scientists are working on a test that may be able to tell if you'll get Alzheimer's disease.



Turn This Off!

Staying tuned into electronic devices may cause you to lose much needed sleep.



Money Waster?

Some docs say most vitamins don't do us one lick of good.


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"Swimming, cycling, jogging, skiing, aerobic dancing, walking or any of dozens of other activities can help your heart. They all cause you to feel warm, perspire and breathe heavily without being out of breath and without feeling any burning sensation in your muscles. Whether it is a structured exercise program or just part of your daily routine, all exercise adds up to a healthier heart."

from Tips for Exercise Success

"I just recently started to cook more in general. You'd be surprised how much money you'd save by eating home cooked meals as opposed to just doing the quick and easy fast food route. Grocery shopping is definitely an investment, and cooking is a great self improvement hobby!"

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