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  • You might walk to maintain your weight. You might walk because you know it’s good for your heart. Maybe you walk because it just feels good. You may not realize it, but you’re also walking for your bones: Walking can reduce your r...

  • HIIT workouts burn fat, decrease inflammation, and guard against heart disease and diabetes. But too much of it may be a bad thing High-intensity interval training—also known as HIIT—is another kind of extreme effort you can use ...

  • Brew up another pot of joe: Drinking coffee (and a lot of it) is associated with a reduced risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a new study finds. Compared with people who said they never drank coffee, people who reported ...

  • So, have you had a colonoscopy lately? Not a question that one might want to hear in everyday conversation. Colorectal cancer is a disease that affects both men and women. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS)...

  • Studies are increasingly hailing the potential health benefits of moderate alcohol consumption, particularly when it comes to the heart and lifespan. But new research suggests many of these studies are flawed and that such benefit...

  • Cancer treatment can cause side effects in your mouth. Oral complication from cancer treatment can compromise patients’ health and quality of life, and affect their ability to complete planned cancer treatment. Scheduling a dental...