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Americans eat 50% more salt than recommended, and FDA wants to...

It’s no secret the U.S. depends on processed, packaged foods; they are convenient and affordable.But these foods are also the source of 70% of sodium in Americans’ diets, the majority of which comes from salt added during the manufacturing and commercial food preparation process.

Some health experts confused about administration’s booster goal

With just days to go before a high-stakes debate to determine which Moderna and Johnson & Johnson recipients receive COVID-19 booster shots, some experts remain confused about President Joe Biden’s goals for the booster rollout.

There are 5 Federal offices for women’s health funded with billions...

Dear Healthy Men: More than a year ago, I read a column of yours that mentioned that while there are several Offices of Women’s Health in the federal government, there isn’t a corresponding Office of Men’s Health. Is that still true? And if not, why not?

These physical therapists have a new approach for strengthening the core,...

Anyone who has been near a gym in the last decade has heard the buzz about strengthening "the core" — muscles in the trunk and abdomen that can be targeted with crunches, planks, and other gut-busting exertions.

Sitting at your desk doesn’t have to be a pain in...

Do you feel creaky, achy and stiff by the end of the workday? Sitting most of the day is detrimental to your health, but other work-related factors can compromise your well-being, too, Mayo experts say.

Planet Fitness offers free workouts, HydroMassages for all on World Mental...

As part of World Mental Health Day on Sunday, more than 2,100 Planet Fitness locations worldwide will provide workouts and their patented HydroMassages at no cost, even for nonmembers.

How to cope with fatigue and burnout? Winning certainly helps

The Lightning have spent the better part of the past year running a marathon. Now they’re in Ironman territory as they vie for a third straight Stanley Cup.

A COVID test costing more than a Tesla? It happened in...

When COVID-19 struck last year, Travis Warner’s company became busier than ever. He installs internet and video systems, and with people suddenly working from home, service calls surged.

5 reasons crash dieting is bad for you

The prospect of quick weight loss by following a crash diet is tempting and many fall for it due to its promise of an instant result. Crash dieting or yo-yo dieting is basically a very low-calorie diet that helps you lose weight in a short period of time.

Is stress holding you back? Here are easy tips to fight...

Many of us are leading stressful lives, especially in pandemic times when things can get unpredictable at times. We may feel lonely, isolated, overburdened, trapped, and that adds to the stress build-up. Many people who struggle with chronic stress are further at a risk of getting several health troubles from cardiovascular diseases, insomnia, depression, anxiety, headaches, high blood pressure to diabetes.

Sitting at your desk doesn’t have to be a pain in...

Do you feel creaky, achy and stiff by the end of the workday? Sitting most of the day is detrimental to your health, but other work-related factors can compromise your well-being, too, Mayo experts say.

These physical therapists have a new approach for strengthening the core,...

Anyone who has been near a gym in the last decade has heard the buzz about strengthening "the core" — muscles in the trunk and abdomen that can be targeted with crunches, planks, and other gut-busting exertions.

There are 5 Federal offices for women’s health funded with billions...

Dear Healthy Men: More than a year ago, I read a column of yours that mentioned that while there are several Offices of Women’s Health in the federal government, there isn’t a corresponding Office of Men’s Health. Is that still true? And if not, why not?

Some health experts confused about administration’s booster goal

With just days to go before a high-stakes debate to determine which Moderna and Johnson & Johnson recipients receive COVID-19 booster shots, some experts remain confused about President Joe Biden’s goals for the booster rollout.

Americans eat 50% more salt than recommended, and FDA wants to...

It’s no secret the U.S. depends on processed, packaged foods; they are convenient and affordable.But these foods are also the source of 70% of sodium in Americans’ diets, the majority of which comes from salt added during the manufacturing and commercial food preparation process.