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    7 Celebrities Who Will Inspire You to Eat Clean

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    Is Obesity a Bigger Problem Than We Thought?

    found that the body mass index (BMI)—the gold standard for diagnosing obesity—misidentified individuals who were actually obese nearly 40 percent of the time.
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    Butting In on the Butter Debate: Is Saturated Fat Still the Enemy?

    Don't get confused by recent analyses and articles suggest that saturated fat isn't so bad after all. It is.
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    A New Pill Could Cure Your Seasonal Allergies Forever

    An FDA-approved drug promises to make sniffling and sneezing a thing of the past.
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    Five Hidden Causes of Yeast Infections

    Find out what causes a yeast infection and how to prevent a yeast infection.
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    Video: The Science Behind Yeast Infections

    Yeast is a type of fungus. The type of yeast that typically causes vaginal infections is candida albicans. Candida albicans often live harmlessly in the body and are kept in check by other protective bacteria. However, unbalancing substances in the bod
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    The Science Behind Yeast Infections

    Yeast is a type of fungus. The type of yeast that typically causes vaginal infections is candida albicans. Candida albicans often live harmlessly in the body and are kept in check by other protective bacteria. However, unbalancing substances in the bod
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    Why You Should Drink Green Tea at Work

    Research shows that drinking green tea or green tea extract can improve working memory, an important form of cognitive functioning.
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    Is It Insomnia?

    Insomnia and trouble sleeping increases your risk for heart disease and other problems.
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    4 Tools You Need for Better Health

    Do you have everything you need in your health and beauty arsenal? Find out now.
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    Ask a Scientist: Is It Really Bad to Hit Snooze?

    When you can't get out of bed in the morning, it's sometimes OK to hit snooze. Too much snoozing could be a problem, though.
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