3 Ridiculous Mash-Ups That Prove Food Makers Have Gone Too Far

What do you get when you mix Oreos with churros or Doritos with Mountain Dew? You probably don’t want to know.

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What 5 Dietitians Order at Panera Bread

This cafe practically begs you to grab a pastry and get comfy, but there are healthy, everyday options are hiding in plain sight.

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Why “Average Barbie” Is Actually the Best

A doll with zits? Lammily is the latest toy aimed at encouraging girls to embrace imperfections.

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Eating Lots of Trans Fats May Sap Your Memory

The trans fats found in your favorite junk foods aren’t just clogging your arteries: New research shows they might also be messing with your memory.

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5 Weirdest Food Trends of 2014

We try to be open-minded here at Health, especially where food is concerned. But a few trends that popped up in 2014 had us saying, “Really?” Read on, and then tell us what you think.

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Working Night Shift Can Slow Your Metabolism, Study Suggests

Researchers found that when they put 14 volunteers on a schedule that simulated night-shift work, it quickly curbed the number of calories their bodies burned every day.

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5 Meditation Tips for People Who Can’t Focus

Meditation is more than just a stress buster: it has a whole host of health benefits. But how can you embark on a serene course of meditation when you can barely quiet your multitasking brain? Try these expert tips.

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7 Habits of Highly Productive Women

Boom: A new study shows working moms actually outperform their peers at work.

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Why it Pays to Cook at Home More Often (and the Easy Tool to Make it a Habit)

Dining out may be easier than whipping up a meal at home, but new research shows exactly how costly it can be for your waistline.

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9 Ways to Keep Your Glow as Temperatures Drop

Is the chilly weather muting your glowy skin? Use these tips and techniques to retain your radiance all season long.

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Feeling Burned Out Can Up Your Risk for Heart Disease

Otherwise healthy people on the verge of burning out are more likely to develop heart disease, according to new research.

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One Reason Calorie-Tracking Apps Might Not Help You Lose Weight

Millions of Americans use smartphone apps that help them track how many calories they consume each day, but a new study finds that people who used a popular one after their doctor recommended it did not lose any weight.

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Is a Vegan Diet the Best Way to Lose Weight?

New research shows the best way for you to shed unwanted pounds might be to give up your favorite omnivorous treats in favor of a vegan diet.

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5 Tricks to Burn More Calories and Keep Improving

In order to avoid the dreaded plateau, you have to continue adding intensity to your workouts. Try these 5 helpful tips to add some power to your sweat sessions.

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4 Strange Things That Land People in the Emergency Room

From laundry detergent to blueberry pie, these stranger-than-fiction hazards will surprise you.

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Taylor Swift, Thin Shaming, and the Definition of “Real Women”

Body image has been a hot topic of conversation lately. Last week began with critiques of whether a size 10 Calvin Klein model should be considered “plus-size”; and now, the Internet is discussing the “thin-shaming” of Taylor Swift.

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Secondhand Pot Smoke Can Damage Your Heart as Much as Secondhand Cigarette Smoke

That whiff of pot that drifts your way at a rock concert or outdoor event could damage your heart and blood vessels as much as secondhand cigarette smoke does, preliminary research suggests.

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