The Best Day to Start a New Healthy Habit

If you’ve been thinking about joining a yoga studio, instituting a regular walk with a friend, or blocking out time to read for pleasure, here’s why you should try starting this Sunday.

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What Women in the Military Need to Know About Breast Cancer

Women in the military have a tremendous amount on their plate: Besides risking their lives in combat, they have to contend with post-traumatic stress disorder, and even sexual assault and harassment by fellow soldiers or officers. But research shows they may have something even more disturbing to cope with: an increased risk of breast cancer.

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5 Ways to Deal With the End of Daylight Savings Time

Here’s how to make the transition to Standard Time on November 2 as seamless as possible, plus some silver linings to the time change.

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19 Ways to Trick Yourself Into Becoming a Morning Person

Everyone has the potential to be an early riser. Here’s how to train yourself to enjoy your mornings better.

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Jet Lag and Shift-Work Weight Gain Tied to Gut Microbes

Disruptions in the human circadian clock can throw off microbes in the gut, potentially boosting the risk of obesity, a new study suggests.

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An Amazing Bedtime Yoga Routine to Help You Sleep

If you have a hard time dozing off at night—or just need a way to unwind before bed—these poses will work out the kinks in your body and calm your mind.

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The 5 Most Common Sleep Issues (and How to Find Relief)

Addressing your sleep problems now could be the single most important thing you do for your health.

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Drowsy Behind the Wheel? Blasting Music May Not Be the Best Fix

If you’ve ever rolled down the windows and cranked up the music to keep yourself from dozing off at the wheel, you’re probably not alone. Here’s what a new study says you should do.

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How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

Not everyone may need a solid eight hours of shut-eye each night to stay alert and healthy.

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How a Better Night’s Sleep Can Cut Down on Sick Days

Getting enough sleep each night may mean you’re less likely to take time off from work due to illness, a new study suggests.

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