Why I'm Admitting Defeat & Letting Our Toddler Sleep In Our Bed
My husband and I have always had a strict “no babies in our room” rule. Ever since the night we got home from the hospital with our daughter, she slept in a crib in her own...
3 days ago - Momtastic
Why Does My Foot Fall Asleep Sometimes?
If you've ever wondered why your foot, arm, or butt cheek falls asleep, we asked the experts what causes it.
3 days ago - Self
The Best Exercise For Fat Loss: This Week in Health
Exercise is not always intuitive. (Case in point: running a marathon isn't always healthy, but brief bouts of exercise are among the best for you.) This week, TIME explored two...
3 days ago - Time
This Accessory Is Perfect If You Never Know What To Do With Your Phone When You Run
I do one of two things when I go outside for a run with my phone: I either hold it in one of my hands or I tuck that sucker into my sports bra - and, let me tell you, neither...
3 days ago - Elite Daily
Four Partners HealthCare hospitals named as 2016 Leaders in LGBT Healthcare Equality
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm of the country's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, publishes annual list.
4 days ago - Partner's - 2 articles
You Asked: Can You Lose Weight Just from Your Stomach?
Whether you have some extra weight in your upper arms or rear end, it makes sense that targeting those areas with exercise-curls for your arms, lunges for your butt-would slim...
5 days ago - Time
STAT Plus: Who gets all that biopharma lobbying money?
As the winds shift in Washington, here's something to depend on: Big pharma and health products companies will be the top spenders on lobbying, and the competition isn't close...
5 days ago - STAT
The Next Chapter in a Viral Arms Race
In 1898, scientists in Uruguay noticed that some of their laboratory rabbits were dying from a mysterious illness, their skin riddled with tumors and weeping wounds. The...
6 days ago - The Atlantic
This Is the Hormone Responsible for Middle-Age Weight Gain
Whether your trouble area lies around your belly, thighs or arms, it may seem like fat on your body has gotten more stubborn and hard to kick as time goes on-specifically, in...
9 days ago - NewBeauty
A Coffee Nap Is The Life Hack You Need Before You Go Back To School This Fall
Back-to-school season is quickly creeping up on us, and if you're a student, that means you'll soon have to face the rather daunting demand of being alert, awake, and ready to...
9 days ago - Elite Daily
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How To Re-Ignite The Spark In Your Body, Mind And Soul
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The Unselfish Art Of Prioritizing Yourself
Most of us are taught from an early age that being selfless is a good thing. There are many benefits of altruism to both
Debunking 8 commonly held CAPA myths
Here's a compilation of myths and realities about Corrective Action and Preventive Action , the system for addressing systemic quality issues for medical device companies.
3 Ways To Lighten Your Lectin Load
In my last post, I wrote about where lectins are found and what damage they sometimes can do to our bodies. In this blog I share some thoughts on how to handle them without...
The Science Behind Essential Oils: Are You Using The Right Ones?
Research is beginning to uncover the powerful influence essential oils have on brain-wave activity. Are you using the right ones?...
5 Things You Need To Know Today
The top wellness news you need to know today, including the nut scientifically proven to aid in weight loss, the new superfood for gut health, and great news for people worried...
How To Use Nature To Regain Your Health
Use nature to treat health problems naturally...
Knee Arthritis Is On The Rise Among Young Athletes. Are You At Risk?
Spoiler alert: Avoiding exercise won't protect your knees...
5 Days, 5 Smoothies: All The Healthy Recipe Inspo You Need For The Week
Never get smoothie fatigue again...
IBM and JDRF bring machine learning to type 1 diabetes research
IBM and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund are teaming up to pinpoint the factors that lead to the onset of type 1 diabetes in children.