Energy drinks send 20,000 people to the emergency room each year. Here’s a look at why they could be a serious hazard to your health.
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Obesity and diabetes aren’t the only ailments linked to dining at the drive-through.
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After years of piling it on, Americans are now eating less fast food and fewer calories overall. But if that’s the case—why are obesity rates still sky high?
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Young adults are more than just a little stressed out. According to a new study, they’re feeling more pressure than any other current living generation, and the intensity is building.
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Compelling new research indicates timing is everything when it comes to losing weight.