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Green Spaces Are a Necessity, Not an Amenity. How Can Cities Make Them Accessible to Everyone?

A growing body of science is demonstrating that spending time in nature — or even an urban park or garden — is good for us. But the grass isn’t green for everyone. Continue reading

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We Don’t Really Know What’s in Pre-Workout Supplements

There’s no conclusive evidence that pre-workout products work, and some ingredients (labeled or not) can put your health at risk. In the past, products have been banned only after killing consumers. Continue reading

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Is Plant Protein Better for You and the Planet?

Animal protein isn’t the only way to get in this key macronutrient. Plants have protein, too — and there are good reasons to load up on this source. Continue reading

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Is Coffee Good for You or Not?

Confused by the dizzying array of studies that seem contradictory at times? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s what to know about coffee’s — mostly beneficial — health impacts. Continue reading

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What Science Says About Athletes Going Vegan

Can plant power help you cross the finish line? Continue reading

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What You Should Know About the New COVID-19 Strains

Several new strains of the coronavirus have been identified — and they’re more contagious. Here’s what’s known about how they spread, how well the vaccines work against them, and the symptoms these variants cause. Continue reading

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Why CBD Skin Care Could Beautify Your Life

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Your Questions About COVID-19 Vaccines, Answered

Are coronavirus vaccines safe? What’s in them? Is one option better than another? Will a vaccine make me immune? How long will they remain effective? Has anyone died after getting the vaccine? Continue reading

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How At-Home Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests Compare to Colonoscopies

At-home colonoscopy alternatives are gaining popularity. Here’s what to consider. Continue reading

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The Cancers That Are Contagious

Cancer generally cannot be passed from one person to another. But among certain animals, a few rare types of cancer can spread like bacteria or viruses do. Continue reading

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COVID-19 Vaccine: What Side Effects — or No Side Effects — Mean

Everyone’s body responds to the COVID-19 vaccines differently. Continue reading

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Why Less Exercise Can Bring Better Results

As long as we keep up the intensity, both pro athletes and the general population can occasionally benefit from fewer workout sessions. Continue reading

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What’s Really Going on When Your Head Aches?

Inflammation, tension and stress often cause the common headache. Migraines, however, strike nerves on a more complex level. Continue reading

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Gastric Bypass: We’re Still Understanding the Benefits of Weight-Loss Surgery

Beyond helping people lose weight and keep it off, bariatric surgery could also resolve type 2 diabetes (but we aren’t totally sure why). The explanation may lie in our gut microbiome. Continue reading

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Why Don’t Some People Seem to Get Hangovers?

There’s no such thing as being “immune” to hangovers. But your genes, your beverage choice, and how much you drink all contribute to your morning-after misery. Continue reading

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Best Keto Diet Pills Review: Top BHB Ketone Supplements 2021

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Why the Internet Always Says Your Headache Is Cancer

Are you a cyberchondriac? You’re not alone. Worst-case scenarios for minor symptoms are easy to find — and fall for. Continue reading

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16 Best Magnesium Supplements for Type 2 Diabetes

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Is Organic Produce More Nutritious Than Conventionally Grown Fruits and Vegetables?

The term ‘organic’ has a long history. Today, it involves more environmentally friendly practices, but not necessarily superior nutrition in your food. Continue reading

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30 Best Magnesium Supplements for Migraines

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20 Best Magnesium Supplements for Constipation

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20 Best Magnesium Supplements for Constipation

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20 Best Magnesium Supplements for Constipation

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20 Best Magnesium Supplements for Constipation

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Life-Changing Online Therapy: 7 Points to Note Before Starting

What is online therapy? How does it work? What are the key features? Where to get reliable and convenient help? Find out all about it & more here. Continue reading

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The Future of Bluetooth Hearing Aids: How LE Audio Will Revolutionize the Way You Hear the World

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10 Best Magnesium Supplements for Leg Cramps

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13 Best Magnesium Supplements for Sleep

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Scientists Say Climate Change Will Continue to Drive Disease Outbreaks

When animals are displaced by deforestation and global warming, that often puts them and the diseases they carry in proximity to humans. Continue reading

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Are Cesarean Sections Named After Julius Caesar?

Contrary to popular belief, Julius Caesar was not the first baby to be born via caesarean. Continue reading

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