Do Optimists Live Longer?

Scientists at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health believe they have proof the answer is yes—at least…

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New Study Links Probiotics with Reduced Stress

Everyday stress can take a toll on our health, which is why many experts recommend stress-relieving activities such as yoga,…

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Holiday-Perfect Pork Tenderloin Recipe

Spend less time in the kitchen and more time celebrating with family and friends this season. Seven simple ingredients are…

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Tennis Anyone? Study Finds Racquet Sports Best for Heart Health

As a rule, physical activity of any kind is good for the heart, which is why the American Heart Association…

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Study Shows Women are Less Likely to Talk about Digestive Issues

Ladies, when it comes to tummy troubles are you the “suffer in silence” type? It turns out you’re not alone.…

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Introducing Digest Smart® Chewable Enzyme

Worried about going overboard at the holiday table? Our new Digest Smart Chewable Enzyme is formulated with 12 plant-based enzymes…

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Fast Food and American Health: Two New Eye-Opening Studies

Americans love fast food. In fact, we spend about $1,200 on it every year, and more than a third of…

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Study Spotlights a Decline in Dementia Rates among U.S. Seniors

The term dementia describes a range of symptoms linked to a decline in healthy brain function, including memory loss. Now,…

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Women: Yo-Yo Dieting May Endanger Your Heart

Previous studies have linked excess weight and obesity to changes in heart health, but new research examines whether or not…

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Constipation May Affect Healthy Kidneys, and Here’s Why

While the occasional bout of constipation is not uncommon, ongoing problems with a sluggish bowel may impact the health of…

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The Link between Diet, Gut Bacteria, and Healthy Vision

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common condition that causes damage to our eyes as we get older. In its…

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High-Fat Diet Puts Kids at Risk for Poor Brain Health

Teaching children early about healthy eating habits may be an important step toward preserving their mental health and brain function…

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5 Quick Tips for Everyday Health

Vibrant health is something we all strive for—and there are little things we can do every day to help us…

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Just One Sugary Soft Drink a Day Boosts Prediabetes Risk

It may not seem like a lot, but drinking just one can of sugary soda each day may be putting…

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Gut Bacteria May Help Prevent Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are small, pebble-like objects formed by mineral deposits in the kidneys. They can cause severe pain and sometimes…

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