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New Exercise Guidelines Include Kids as Young as Age 3

Recently updated physical activity guidelines from federal health officials are aiming at even younger Americans than ever before. What parents need to know.

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How Small Amounts of Activity Can Reap Big Health Benefits

Recently released recommendations say physical activity has immediate health benefits, and can reduce blood pressure and anxiety and improve sleep quality and insulin sensitivity.

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The Beef with Beef

Even if you're a die-hard meat-eater, it's hard to ignore all the health documentaries and advice of prominent health professionals who have a beef with beef. But don't put your hamburger down just yet.

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Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes

Eating healthy while maintaining a busy schedule might not be as hard as you think. At the end of a long day or intense workout, you don’t want to come home and cook a big meal. One option is crockpot cooking, which enables you to have a...

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Young Women Can Have Heart Disease Too

Young women aren't usually associated with heart disease. But each year, 35,000 women under age 50 have a heart attack. Know the warning signs of heart disease.

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7 Ways to Keep Your Heart Healthy as You Get Older

Even though heart disease risks increase with age, heart trouble doesn't have to be an inevitable part of getting older.

Not Just for Regularity Anymore - Meta Heart Health

How Fiber Supplements Can Lower Your Cholesterol, Improve Your Heart Health

Grandma was right that a fiber supplement will make you more regular. But did you know that these supplements can help you lower cholesterol and improve your heart health too?

Cholesterol: The Real Truth

Cholesterol: The Real Truth

Many people don't completely understand cholesterol and what they can do to lower the bad cholesterol, called LDL cholesterol, to guard against heart attack or stroke. Find out the facts.

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