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Vitamin K from Green Vegetables Helps Keep the Heart Pumping

A new study found that vitamin K from dark leafy green vegetables is even more essential for heart health than experts once believed.


This Relaxing Treat Slashes Blood Pressure by 46%

A new study has found that taking sauna baths regularly could nearly halve the risk of high blood pressure.


The Safest Pet Food Bowls (And the Ones You Definitely Want to Avoid)

Pet parents beware: Some pet food bowls pose risks to the health and safety of your furry best friend.


5 Fun and Healthy Fall Activities

The best part is that the fall season is packed with activities you can do outside. Here are five ideas that are not only fun, but also great calorie burners.


9 Nourishing Foods to Eat This Fall

The cool, succulent produce of summer has transitioned to the heartier roots and squashes of the fall harvest. And as the seasons change, Mother Nature provides the nutrients we need to keep us healthy and strong.


12 Surprising Foods That Can Boost Your Brain Power Now

While consuming nutrients that offer long-term brain protection is critical to health, who doesn't occasionally wish there were quick and easy ways to boost memory and brain function in the short-term, too?


Skipping Breakfast Can Increase Your Risk of a Heart Attack

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day — researchers have found that skipping breakfast could raise your risk of a heart attack.


Natural Alternatives to 10 of the Most Common Drugs

Few side effects should make these natural alternatives to drugs your first choice.


Eating Protein Three Times a Day Can Make Seniors Stronger

Our muscles begin to weaken steadily starting at age 50. But thankfully, new research has shown that there may be a very simple way to preserve muscle strength as you age.


Kidney Stone Causes and 5 Easy Ways to Prevent Them

It’s estimated that one out of every ten people will have a kidney stone at some point in their life. Here's what you can do to help offset your risk.