Getting in shape takes time, determination, and the right strategy. Luckily, we have the best fitness hacks the Internet has ever seen.
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A little greenery can go a long way! Add a houseplant or two, and you might be surprised at the savings.
Commuting, whether by car or public transit takes, its toll — in your health. Learn what steps to take to limit the effects of the daily drive.
You can’t set-and-forget your health insurance. Keep your wallet off of life support!
Feel younger immediately with these easy tips you can try today!
Recent studies show that sitting all day actually will not kill you. Desk sitters, rejoice!
Is your hair feeling dry, brittle, and thin? You might need to add these foods your diet.
You'll spend a lot for a college education — maybe too much. Besides a shot at a job with a decent income, what else are your student loans buying?
Forget the material things. These habits of successful 30-somethings lead to fulfilling, happy, and lucrative lives.
You're not a kid anymore. Stop acting like one.
It seems like health "dos" and "don'ts" change daily. How many of these former "dos" are you still doing?
Don't fill your medicine cabinet with pricey cold remedies containing dubious ingredients. Feel better naturally with these homemade elixirs.
You can extend your stay on this mortal coil by adding these lifespan lengtheners to your diet. Bonus? They're delicious, too.
We don't often encourage you to spend more at the grocery store, but if your budget allows, consider adding these superfoods to your grocery list.
Many of the foods sold as "healthy" aren't, actually, despite the higher price. Are you eating any of these 11 overpriced health foods?
Death happens slowly — and then all at once. Learn to identify some early warning signs, and take steps to forestall the inevitable.
Runner's high is a real thing, but exercise can boost overall happiness for the long term, too. Get out there and get moving!
Forget about plane crashes, war, and Ebola. The biggest risks to your health are things you encounter every day.
A few small lifestyle changes is all it takes to lower bad cholesterol — and only one of them is exercise. Get going for a healthier heart!
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