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I want to build muscle. A dietitian said to sleep more and keep eating plenty of protein.

Registered dietitian Kara Mockler advises that regularly sleeping more and eating plenty of protein throughout the day will help build muscle.


Ozempic Is Just The Beginning

With even more powerful weight-loss drugs on the horizon, an obesity doctor explains what most people get wrong about these medications, how they work, and who should be using them.


Here's Why Your Weight Is Staying The Same Even Though You're Strength Training

Experts say one of these factors could be to blame.


15 Foods That Can Last Past Their Expiration Date

Because some foods can outlast the date on their label.


Ashanti, 42, Gets Real About Aging and Self-Esteem in New Interview

She also shares the self-care practices that help her feel her best.


Brain Remapping After Stroke

Do nerve cells take over for their dead neighbors after a stroke or brain injury? How does the cycle of neurotransmitters impact recovery after stroke? How do you look at a mouse's brain? We cover all that and more in this interview with UCLA's Dr. William Zeiger. Continue reading “Brain Remapping After Stroke”…


Feet Tingling? Doctors Say the Symptom Could Be a Sign of Several Conditions

Plus, when to actually see a pro about that pins-and-needles feeling.


2 Cats And A Dog React Hilariously To A Woman In Labor And To The New Baby When It Comes (Viral Thread)

Pregnancy, as we all know, is a very monumental moment in every creature's life - whether it's humans or cats, and everyone reacts to it kind of differently. Especially when it comes to cats reacting to their owners getting pregnant. Now, cats can have all kinds of reactions to such a weird event happening. Some cats will become very clingy to their pregnant owners, some cats will do the opposite. Some cats will love the baby immediately, while...


39 Fitness, Tech, and Home Deals to Score Right Now

We're talking a Peloton, a Solo Stove, and even some Apple products.


I Totally Forgot Heather Locklear Was A Fitness Icon Back In The Day

Ohhhh, this takes me back.


35 Delicious, Healthy Lunch Recipes for Weight Loss

These protein and fiber-packed meals will keep you full until dinner.


The Fast-Spreading New COVID-19 Subvariant XBB Is Part of a ‘New Class’ of Omicron

It’s drawing attention due to its ability to evade immunity.


Denise Austin, 65, Looks So Toned Demonstrating a ‘10-Minute’ Lower Body Workout

This workout will “get you sweating,” Austin says.


12 Egg Recipes You Don't Want To Miss

Eggs are referred to as a superfood and for good reason! These small but mighty ingredients pack a big nutritional punch


The 20 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

These subtle signs of cancer can be hard to miss.


Lingering COVID Cough That You Just Can’t Shake? You’re Not Alone

Experts explain what you can do about it and when it becomes a sign of long COVID.


6 Ankle Weight Exercises for Strong, Toned Thighs

A fitness expert breaks down how to perform six ankle weight exercises for toned thighs that will really work your leg muscles.


Is Yoga an Effective Way to Lose Weight?

Experts explain that it's about more than just calories burned on the mat.


The 19 Best (and Worst) Foods for Inflammation

Here’s what to eat and what foods to limit in your diet to heal chronic inflammation.


What to Do About Stubborn, Painful Muscle Knots, According to Experts

These home remedies will provide some much-needed release.


The Product Bobbi Brown Says ‘Helps’ Achieve a More Youthful-Looking Neck at 65

Plus one way she absolutely does not want you to use it.


Oldest brain found in 319-million-year-old fossilized fish


Music star 'went from Lil Plump to Lil Pump,' plus more stars putting their health first

See how stars looked before and after they lost serious amounts of weight.


20 Famous '80s Heartthrobs Then and Now

Unlike scrunchies, these actors have stood the test of time.


How Your Swollen Tongue Could Be Signaling a Major Health Problem

An unusually puffy tongue should be checked out ASAP, doctors say.


Shania Twain proves she's aging in reverse, plus more stars who've stumbled upon the fountain of youth

Check out these stars who seemingly just don't age.


How Fast Does Adderall Leave Your System?

Adderall is a prescription medication. Here's how long it takes Adderall to leave your system, and what factors may play a role in its rate of elimination.


Your Cold Is Actually Contagious For Longer Than You Think

Don't let your guard down too soon.


The 11 Best Workout Shoes to Hit the Gym Hard

Your fitness game needs this upgrade.


14 Vegetables Nutritionists Say We Should All Be Eating More Of

Fresh, frozen or canned, the more you eat these veggies, the better you'll feel. Roasted, steamed, grilled, sautéed or consumed in raw form, vegetables can add texture, color and some much-needed nutrition to any dish. Rich in fiber, antioxidants, key vitamins and minerals, a diet filled with an abundance of vegetables can be beneficial to your overall health and well-being. In fact, countless studies have linked increased veggie intake to decreased risk of chronic disease, including heart disease, diabetes and certain cancers. But despite their nutritional benefits, many Americans find getting the recommended 2 to 3 cups of vegetables per day to be a challenge. If you're looking to reap more of the amazing benefits vegetables have to offer, always keeping a variety of vegetables on hand is a good way to ensure you're ahead of the game when it comes time to build a healthy, nutrient-dense meal. If it's hard to find fresh produce in your area, you'll also be pleased to learn that it doesn't matter if they start off fresh or frozen — in fact, studies have found that there is not much of a difference in the nutrient content between frozen and fresh vegetables. Need some inspiration? While any vegetable is a good vegetable, we've rounded up some of the most nutrient-dense, healthiest vegetables to start adding to your grocery list. Use our nutritionist-approved guide to create healthy plant-based meals and snacks you can enjoy throughout the day. But don't just stick to one type of veggie — choose a variety to bulk up your meals and reap the most benefits. If you want to kick the nutrition up a notch, we suggest serving your veggies with an added fat source, such as an oil-based salad dressing. Doing this can help you absorb nutrients like beta-carotene, which has been shown to fight inflammation.


16 Surprising Ways to Lose Weight Without Exercise, According to Experts

Swapping soda with seltzer water is a good start!


5 Top Self Defense Guns For Senior Citizens

5 Top Self-Defense Guns For Senior Citizens, A Short Primer: Maybe you’re trying to help your parents stay safe in their home, or maybe you’re getting up there in years, losing your vision, and don’t want to sacrifice your love of hunting. No matter the case, knowing what to look for when choosing the right gun for […]


18 Gaslighting Phrases That May Be Damaging Your Relationships

Absolutisms — always or everyone, for example — are red flags in any conversation, experts say.


The 10 Best Foundations for Mature Skin

These formulas leave skin plump, radiant, and hydrated.


38 Easy Last-Minute Appetizers

Procrastination happens to the best of us — but these easy apps got your back.


Experts Say the Zombie Fungus From ‘The Last of Us’ Is Real

We’re explaining what cordyceps are and if they really infect humans.


Bobby Hull dead at 84 but did you know he had a dark side?


When Yellow Nails Are Normal—and When They’re Not, According to Derms

A vitamin deficiency, infection, or thyroid issue could be to blame.


41 Interesting Rules First Ladies Have to Follow, Like Not Being Allowed to Drive

They have a lot of responsibilities.


The 10 Superfoods to Eat in 2023, According to Nutritionists

Add these gut-friendly, nutrient-dense foods to your diet this year!


What The World's Most Successful People Drink Every Morning

Really, Bill Gates? Really?


The Best Meal Replacement Shakes for Weight Loss Goals, Per Dietitians

Shop these formulas that are high in protein and low in sugar.


Ready to work out? Check out Ivanka Trump's best gym looks for some inspiration

See Ivanka Trump's best workout looks from abs-baring crop tops to leggings to matching sets and more.


11 Signs It Might Be Time for a Divorce, According to Relationship Experts

Therapists say these are the red flags you should never ignore. Like marriage, a divorce is a big decision—and it’s not an easy one to make. Most relationships aren’t perfect all of the time, but if you’re feeling unhappy in your relationship you might find yourself wondering: when is it time to divorce? “There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to when is the right time to end a marriage,” explains Jor-El Caraballo, licensed therapist, author and co-founder of Viva, a therapy practice with offices in NY, CA, and PA. “To put it harshly, in my experience, most people make that decision when the negatives in the relationship outweigh the benefits of staying together.” “A divorce, from my perspective, is what we think about when we feel like escaping the pain,” says Vagdevi Meunier, Psy.D., founder and executive director of the Center for Relationships in Austin, Texas. “But the fact is, divorce may not be the right or only answer there.” In the U.S., about 40 to 50% of married couples end up divorced, according to the American Psychological Association, and that number is even higher for subsequent marriages. There’s a good reason for that: feeling like we can find someone who meets more of our needs than our current partner does. But the truth is, that very rarely happens. If you are considering a divorce, it’s best to first look where, exactly, you’re getting your fulfillment from. “Sometimes people need to do their own work before they consider a divorce,” says psychologist Jennice Vilhauer, Ph.D. “Oftentimes, what they’re wanting from their relationship might be unrealistic, and if they were to do some of their own therapy work, they might recognize that their partner’s not responsible for fulfilling them.” In fact, going to therapy—both individually and as a couple—can help you work through the issues you’re facing as a couple and come up with tangible ways to overcome them. But the trouble is, once the damage has been done for weeks, months, or even years, it becomes more and more difficult to repair. And if you do go to couples therapy, it needs to be something you’re both committed to for the long haul. “I recommend committing to at least three months of counseling before making any major decisions about leaving the relationship,” says Samantha Burns, couples counselor and author of Breaking Up & Bouncing Back. But unfortunately, for some couples, even counseling won’t necessarily prevent divorce. There are some clear deal-breakers and some grey areas. Here, 11 signs it might be time to get a divorce.


I worked as a paralegal by day and had a secret side hustle as a stripper by night. I felt like Clark Kent living a double life.

Raven Inferno, a 27-year-old paralegal, was secretly moonlighting as a stripper at night so she could afford to rent a home by herself.


The fentanyl scourge

Overdose deaths from the powerful, easy-to-produce drug have soared. How did this happen? Overdose deaths from the powerful, easy-to-produce drug have soared. How did this happen? Here's everything you need to know: How dangerous is fentanyl? Developed in 1960, the synthetic opioid is still used as a prescription painkiller through controlled-relea...


10 Celebrities Who Have Bipolar Disorder

Mariah Carey called her diagnosis "incredibly isolating."


Thinking of joining a gym? The most popular gym memberships, compared

Are you wanting to join a gym but don't know which one? Let us help! The post Thinking of joining a gym? The most popular gym memberships, compared appeared first on The Manual.


Can You Actually Make Your Hair Grow Faster? Hair Pros Weigh In

On average, your hair grows a centimeter per month.


Warn Nose Pickers in Your Life! New Research Shows Picking Your Nose Might Increase Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia

Nose-picking is not an unusual habit. According to studies from 1995, around 91 percent of people pick their noses from time to time. But, this gross yet common habit might be dangerous, as a university professor recently revealed. Picking your nose is linked to risks of Alzheimer's disease The head of the Clem Jones Centre... Read More