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When the weather outside is frightful, a salad can be delightful
Even when it's cold out, a salad can still be a good menu option. Find out how to add some fun, healthy flavor to this winter meal.
Hand sanitizers 101: Tips for effective, safe use
If your hands are visibly dirty, handwashing is better
Alarming number of kids hurt in violent assaults
Injuries are a leading cause of death for U.S. school kids.
Are you at risk for postpartum depression?
Doctors may be able to predict whether a woman is at risk for postpartum depression.
Just thinking of your sweetie may lower blood pressure
You can feel supported even if your partner isn't present.
African American smokers face higher risk of PAD
The more cigarettes African Americans smoke, the greater their risk of a serious artery disease.
Heart experts recommend newer drugs to treat AFib
Newer blood-thinning medications don't come with the same risks as warfarin.
Antibiotic resistance: How to fight it
If you come down with a winter bug, don't assume antibiotics are the answer.
8 heart disease myths explained
Debunk some dubious claims during American Heart Month.
Bottled or tap water: Which makes green tea healthier?
Find out how to double antioxidants in green tea.
Will 'stair snacking' be the next fitness craze?
Climb a stairway to fitness a little at a time.
Too many teens missing the protection of HPV shots
Vaccination could prevent thousands of cases of cancer each year, say experts.
Heart-smart or not? Daily aspirin may not be worth the risk for many
New research helps clarify conflicting advice about aspirin's role in prevention.
After breast cancer: Acupressure eases persistent side effects
New research suggests this therapy can help fatigue, depression, pain, anxiety and sleep.
Shorter days can bring on seasonal depression
There's more than one way to treat this common condition.
Healthy Super Bowl snacks everyone will root for
Make over your favorite game-day snacks with some simple swaps.
You might not have a food allergy after all
About half the people who think they have a food allergy have this instead.
How to conquer computer neck
A simple fix could do the trick.
Are you due for a Pap test? Don't skip it
Young women in particular tend to skip cervical cancer screenings, a study found.
Cellphone laws save motorcyclists' lives
Early evidence suggests motorcycle riders stand to gain the most from distracted driving laws.
Good news! Death rates from major cancers continue to fall
The American Cancer Society predicts fewer than 2 million new cases for 2019.
Driver beware: Use caution around bus stops, school crossings
A rash of deadly incidents occurred around buses last year.
Know when to call 911 for help
Plus, check out these tips for a smooth 911 call.
A record number of teens are vaping—but why?
More than a third of high school seniors say they’ve vaped in the past year.
Flu shots are crucial for those with cancer and survivors too
A history of cancer raises your risk for serious flu complications.