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From time spent working out, to the location at which you exercise, there are numerous myths surrounding fitness exercises and routines. Lisa Reed, certified personal trainer and owner of Lisa Reed Fitness, sets the record straight.
Chicken eggs have long been used in the production of injectable vaccines, prompting some allergy sufferers to shy away from flu shots.
New Year's resolutions often concern getting yourself healthy and fit, but what about getting your house healthy?
The latest evidence of a connection between health and wealth comes from a rather unusual source -- Google.
Expensive eye creams and serums are not the only hope for defying your true age. There are several measures of prevention one can take to make your body look and feel as young as possible.
There are ways to build better salads. Here are a few ideas to fill you up and leave you feeling light.
Crohn's disease is a chronic, inflammatory disease of the gastrointestinal, or digestive, tract. But for a kid, it translates to so much more.
The University of Virginia Health System is working with local rescue squads to outfit ambulances with iPads and tablets, so that doctors can diagnose such patients en route to the hospital.
Whether you've resolved to eat better in 2014, or just want to know if the information you've heard is actually true, one health professional sets the record straight when it comes to nutrition myths.
We've known for years that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol is good for the heart. But now, it looks like it could help our bodies take to vaccines and boost immune systems.