Not all sunscreens are created equal, according to a new report from an independent consumer advocacy group.
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All the intense pressure to feel happy could be making us chase the wrong thing.
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You've been prescribed an anti-inflammatory diet. What does that even mean?
Is it really OK to eat lots of full-fat cheese and dairy without consequences?
Ever wonder why some relationships just work and others don't? Author John Molloy breaks down the reasons.
Most weight-loss plans focus on what goes into your stomach, but one of the creators of "The Biggest Loser" says it starts with your head.
The scan of a neuroscientist tenderly kissing her 2-month-old son offers a modern, unforgettable twist on the classic mother-child portrait.
After a rough time, Katelyn Marie Todd wrote a vulnerable post about living with depression, which has gone viral and inspired others.
When it comes to maintaining a healthy mind, body and soul, you don't have to commit to a massive overhaul of your life.
We are obsessed with protein. How to get it, where to get it, what are the best (and worst) sources, and are we getting enough?
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Because May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, dermatologist Dr. Debra Wattenberg visits TODAY with important tips.
Worried you're not thin, smart, wealthy, happy or good enough? Try these seven tips to feel less insecure.
A French presidential candidate's wife is 24 years older than him. Here's what men say about the appeal of older women.
Some venture capitalists in Silicon Valley believe this diet will help them live longer and healthier. Does it work and should you try it?
Parents looking for a simple sanity saver may find it by adjusting their children's bedtimes.
You may see "good for you assurances" on foods that aren't, well, good for you. Here's what to look out for.
Doctors don't fully understand why exercise is so good for your body, but they've just found more benefits of working out.
The checkout line at your local CVS might look a lot different this month.
Constipated? Gut doctors offer four fixes for belly bloat.
Dealing with frequent headaches and migraines? Changing up your diet could help.
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Coffee is an antioxidant powerhouse, can help you live longer and may even improve your sex life.
Cutting trans fats from cookies, crackers and fast food can help lower the risk of heart attack and stroke.
It's the season for spring cleaning — and you might want to start with your pillows.
Happy Siblings Day! Conventional wisdom has suggested birth order makes an indelible mark on our personalities. Maybe not.
Researchers have found a genetic mutation that turns people into Martians — at least when it comes to sleep patterns.
Spas tout all sorts of claims about the benefits of dry brushing, but what can it really do for your body?
The early spring may have cheered us with flowers blooming sooner than usual, but it's also bringing a whopping dose of pollen.
Ugly hospital gowns that make people look and feel bad are inspiring a new approach: stylish patient wear.
Bob Harper spoke about the life-changing moment when he suffered a heart attack in February and how he is recovering.
Science has discovered a few ways that both men and women can boost their bed cred.
Losing weight isn't easy and we often fail multiple times before getting it right.
The findings likely apply to other stressful scenarios, like losing a job or getting a divorce.
When you peek in your fridge and wonder what to keep or toss, you may be surprised to know there's a lot of wiggle room.
Depression is now the leading cause of ill health worldwide, the WHO said. For many, the signs may be so subtle, they don't recognize it.
People who are allergic to one nut may not necessarily be allergic to other types of nuts, a team of allergy experts found.
Foam soaps are becoming increasingly popular, but the trend may carry a risk, a new study suggests
For older people with heart disease, the best way to get better may be to get moving.
How some women in their 20s and 30s are saving for egg freezing.