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Calcium supplements aren’t necessary for most women and could be dangerous. Learn why they aren’t good for you, and what you can do to keep your bones strong.
Have you ever felt like eating a piece of chocolate cake or a bag of chips after a stressful day at work? If so, you’re not alone. Studies show that stressful events activate systems associated with metabolism, cognition and reward.
Are you skipping cookies, cake or other sweet treats to reduce your sugar intake? Give yourself an A for effort, but you’re probably still eating more sugar than you realize.
Spices have benefits beyond seasoning food. Learn about spices that may ease pain, lower blood sugar and protect your heart, and ways to include them in your diet.
Are you and chocolate on the outs? It may be time to make amends. Find out how having a balanced relationship with chocolate may be good for your overall health.
These alternatives could help reduce your risk of heart disease and other chronic conditions.
A Johns Hopkins research nutritionist shares the benefits of coffee and a recipe for a healthy pumpkin spice "latte" smoothie recipe.
Many women are at risk for high cholesterol so learn ways to keep it in check.
Eat these foods for healthier digestion.
Some people find it hard to achieve weight loss through diet and exercise.
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that exist naturally in foods like yogurt and kimchi.
Researchers think that Vitamin D has a potential role in a number of chronic diseases.
Learn how your diet can help your bone health.
Women's sports medicine expert and orthopedic surgeon, Miho Tanaka, provides tips to help prevent ACL tear and injuries.
The sooner you start keeping your bones healthy, the better off you will be in your 50s and beyond.