Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Adriana Lima continues to kick butt in the modeling world thanks to, well, kicking butt. The 38-year-old star explained that in order to find the right fitness routine, you need to “have fun with it.” “I started with yoga. That did not...
As Americans live longer, more and more families are caring for older adults and facing tough financial circumstances that give rise to a bigger question: How will we as a nation care for a growing number of older people...
People who take more vacations have a lower risk of heart disease, according to a new study. Researchers at Syracuse University interviewed more than 60 subjects about their vacation habits in the prior year. They also evaluated whether the subjects had metabolic...
Three in five American adults shockingly do not have a will, according to a new study. The research examining if and how people plan for their later years and the extent to which they’ve discussed the future with their partners...
Ever since the 33-year-old Brooklynite quit eating salads last year — swapping out greens for chicken meatballs with veggie sides, cauliflower-crust pizzas and zucchini noodles — she lost nearly 10 pounds in 10 weeks. “It seems very counterintuitive,” says Buchenholz,...
The secret to a healthier brain is a puzzling one. A new study of 19,000 adults over 50 years old finds that older people who do daily number and word puzzles have sharper brains, according to the findings published in...
Big-box retailers aren’t selling CBD yet, but they’re busy getting ready for the day when they can. The Post has learned that top executives at major chains such as Walmart and Target have been quietly meeting with makers of drinks,...
Health officials once again warned consumers about the dangers of washing raw chicken before cooking it, citing the risk of spreading harmful bacteria to utensils or other foods. In a tweet sent out on April 26, the Centers for Disease...
One in four Americans has suffered for more than half a decade with neck or back pain, according to new research. A study examining the source of people’s back and neck problems and their methods for managing the pain found...
Syphilis — once thought to be largely eradicated in the industrialized world — is on the rise in the United States and other industrialized nations, especially in rural areas, where meth and heroin use is rampant. Karolyn Schrage, director of...

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