Boost your body’s ability to burn fat by switching your salad dressing from ranch to vinaigrette.
According to a study at Columbia University, people who got four hours of sleep ate 300 more calories a day compared to those who got nine hours of sleep each night.
Add safflower oil, a polyunsaturated fat that contains essential omega-6 fatty acids, to your pantry.
A study published in the Journal of Consumer Research found that when people were asked about their plans to exercise, they worked out 138 percent more than in previous weeks.
A high-potassium diet helps keep arteries healthy and may lower your risk of stroke.
Don't beat yourself up for eating that piece of pizza or missing a few days at the gym.
A smile that’s genuine, the kind where you’re using those muscles on either side of your eyes, grabs on to specific parts of your brain that bring joy.
Take the American Heart Association's health assessment, My Life Check, to figure out exactly what you can do to improve heart health and lose weight.
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