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Women and Adults under 35 More Prone to Anxiety Disorders

Many of us experience occasional anxiety about things like work, relationships, and money, but anxiety disorders go deeper, often triggering…

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E. Coli Pill May Help with Chronic Constipation

In an interesting case of role reversal, scientists at Keimyung University in South Korea are currently using a strain of…

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A Busy Lifestyle Benefits Your Brain Later in Life

Does your jam-packed daily calendar sometimes leave you feeling a little frantic? For some people, cramming too much into their…

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Nutrition Facts Label to Include Added Sugars, Plus Other Changes

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved a new version of the Nutrition Facts label for packaged…

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Silent Heart Attacks Pose Serious Health Risks

As part of a study designed to explore the health risks of atherosclerosis (plaque buildup in the arteries), researchers at…

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Taste for Life Magazine Honors Ultimate Flora™ Women’s Complete Probiotic
Taste for Life Magazine Honors Ultimate Flora™ Women’s Complete Probiotic

For May, the folks at Taste for Life magazine focused on the best health and beauty products for women, and…

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What is Living Digestively?

If you happened to catch our new commercial, you may already know what it means to live digestively—and there is…

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Toxins in the News: 3 Studies Making Headlines

Most days we give little thought to the thousands upon thousands of chemicals that surround us in our daily lives,…

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Are Happiness and Health Connected? Harvard Researchers Aim to Find Out

“We’re going to be trying to see if the old adage that happiness makes you healthier is true,” says Professor…

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Take this Study with a Grain of Salt… or a Twist of Lime

Following a recent study, researchers at Oregon State University have reason to believe that hops—one of the key ingredients in…

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Why is there Weed Killer in Your Breakfast?

Good question. And one the nonprofit group Alliance for Natural Health USA was asking after it tested about two dozen…

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Green Spaces Linked to Longer Lifespan, Better Mental Health in Women

A walk in the woods. A stroll through a city park. How often have you lost yourself in nature and…

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Does that Burger Come with a Side of Harmful Chemicals?

If it really is true that you are what you eat, it may be time for Americans to stop and…

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This Dangerous Heart Attack is Doing More Damage to Women

A particularly serious type of heart attack is killing up to twice as many women than men across the globe,…

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The Great Milk Debate: Whole vs. Low-Fat or Skim

Since first introduced in the 1980s, the USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans (including the most recent edition for 2015–2020) have…

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