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As graphic videos and violent photos become part of our daily routines, how can we cope? We turned to psychologists and newspersons for advice. More »ISIS beheadings, plane crashes: Why we should avoid images that can't be 'unseen'
Everything Beyoncé touches turns to gold, so it’s probably a safe bet to assume tons will flock to the star’s newly launched vegan meal service. More »Is Beyoncé's new vegan meal delivery service actually healthy?
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She lived in the spotlight as one of the top tennis players in the world — but Monica Seles suffered privately for more than a decade before speaking out about binge eating. More »Tennis great Monica Seles on binge eating: "I was so ashamed"
Now, as casual hookup apps begin to replace online ads, experts worry that HIV rates might continue to rise. More »The puzzling link between HIV diagnoses and Craigslist
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"This is not a problem with the measles vaccine not working. … This is a problem of the measles vaccine not being used." More »Measles cases so far this year show sign of disturbing trend
What does it mean to do something “like a girl”? If you’re of an adult age, you probably immediately associate negative connotations with the phrase. More »#LikeAGirl Super Bowl ad tops Twitter, spurs haters
One in five people has this magical gene. Do you? More »Do you have the 'smart gene’ that also helps you live longer?
I couldn’t believe what was happening to me. I was lying in bed, clutched in the grip of yet another panic attack. Night after night, I tossed and turned. I couldn’t sleep. My heart was racing, my mind was racing, and I wondered whether this would always be my life. More »She faced a ‘misery with no name’ – and changed her life
If you stay up all night watching box sets and are horrified by the 6am alarm, you'll know exactly why you're tired. But if you're getting your forty winks and still feeling lethargic there could be something else going on More »10 Reasons You're Always Tired (That Aren't Lack Of Sleep)
The Surgeon General has asked for “clarity” on controversial e-cigarettes. Here, top experts give some. More »Are e-cigarettes heroes or harmful? A look at the science
All those reality shows and Netflix marathons could have a bigger impact on you than you thought. More »Is your 'Bachelor' TV habit messing with your brain?
By this point, we all know the refrain to the song “Let It Go” from the Disney smash hit Frozen: “Let it go, let it go / Can’t hold it back anymore / Let it go, let it go / Turn away and slam the door!” More »Becoming Elsa from 'Frozen' saved this woman from depression — is she on to something?
We're still looking for ways to cut calories in a bid to look better this year, but could adding in one of these breakfast foods help you digest your food for the rest of the day? More »7 Metabolism-Boosting Breakfast Foods To Kick Start Weight Loss
Super Bowl Sunday is an institution akin to the Fourth of July in its patriotic significance and nationwide participation. We gather with friends to share great meals, partake in a drink (or three), and be entertained by the game, the commercials and the halftime show. More »Finger Lickin' Good Super Bowl Recipes From Supermodel Chrissy Teigen
A new Pennsylvania State University study published in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research found that green tea might kill oral cancer cells — and boost healthy cells. More »Green Tea May Zap Cancer Cells In Your Mouth
When Dr. Brian Goldman's father had a heart attack, he experienced first-hand the jargon, hints and deceptions of the medical system. More »An ER doctor sees the health care system through a patient's eyes
While many of us are counting down the days until February 13, the day the film adaptation of the literary juggernaut Fifty Shades of Grey hits movie theaters, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE), previously known as Morality in the Media, feels otherwise. More »'Fifty Shades Of Grey': Sexual exploitation or a sexual revolution?
Sometimes, all we want to do is sit in our bed and watch hours on end of Gilmore Girls and House of Cards. But according to a new study, this behavior could be a sign — or a result — of a bigger problem, at least for millenials. More »What your TV binge-watching routine says about you
Fad diets seduce us with their promised “drastic” results and implied ease and simplicity, but they’re rarely reasonable — or even healthy. More »5 unhealthy, even dangerous, weight-loss diets
Just because everyone else is doing it, doesn’t mean you have to. More »How to stay well in a room full of sick people