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Your Family Health Tree
The first step in disease prevention is knowing what you’re up against. And putting together a family health tree can help get you there.
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The Dos and Don'ts of Cancer Prevention
There are certain cancer risk factors we’re stuck with, but there are plenty of risk factors we can address.
The ABCs of Skin Cancer
Protecting yourself from skin cancer begins with knowing what to look for.
The Air You Breathe
Keep your lungs safe, indoors and out.
Skin DeepProtecting your skin isn’t hard, but it is important. Find out if you’re doing all you can to prevent skin cancer.
Ulcers, diarrhea and reflux, oh my! Get the lowdown on what’s upsetting your stomach.
If you’re looking for exercise inspiration, you’ve come to the right place. Find out why physical activity is so important and learn which activities you’re already doing to are best for burning calories.
What's Your Exercise Style?Ready to get moving but not sure where to start? Use our chart to find your perfect workout.
Stay on the Active Roster
Hitting the field or court this weekend? Don’t get sidelined with an injury. Use this quick guide to learn how to protect yourself.
Stand Up for Your Health
Just say no to too much sitting. We tell you why it’s important to stay in motion and offer tips to incorporate more movement into your workday.
By this time of year, we’re all itching to enjoy a little more fresh air. One way to do that is by bringing your exercise outdoors. Here, we offer some inspired ideas.
Seven Steps to Fitness
Starting an exercise routine? Get off on the right foot with these tips.
Get to the HeartSix essential questions to ask your doctor about your heart health
Heart-Healthy Grocery ListFollow this advice and fill your cart with
foods that are good for your ticker
It's an EmergencyKnow the signs of a stroke or heart attack — and act immediately if you see them.
Stay Healthy, Man!
Do you take better care of your car than you do your own health? It may be time for a tune up.
Beat the Bad GuysGuys, here’s how to be your body’s own superhero and ward off the top five risks to men’s health.
Your Prostate Cancer Questions Answered
Are you confused about prostate cancer screenings? Clear up the confusion with this tipsheet.
Seven Steps to Preventing Stroke
No matter your gender or age group, you could be at risk for a “brain attack.” Here, we offer ways to protect yourself.
The Complete Kitchen
Check your pantry, refrigerator and freezer. Here are five ways to stock up on ingredients for good health.
Eat, Drink & Be Healthy
Don’t let your fear of packing on holiday pounds keep you from experiencing the culinary joys of the season. Instead, download our tip sheet for a look at the best food and drink choices to make while you’re celebrating.
Build a Better BreakfastIt's time to shake up your muffin-and-a-coffee routine. Start your day off right with these better-for-you morning meals.
Slash the Salt
What’s the saltiest thing you eat on a daily basis? The answer may surprise you.
Know Your Vitamins
Which foods contain which vitamins? Use our quick guide to brush up on the ABCs of essential nutrients.
Cart SmartsIs your cart heaping with low-fat, high-fiber foods—or chips and
cupcakes? Here’s a plan of attack for making the most of your
weekly trip to the supermarket.
Before you load up that plate, get a handle on what a proper serving size looks like.
Just how big has the obesity epidemic gotten? These statistics don’t lie. Read on for plenty of incentive to buck the trend.
Foods Your Body Needs
If your body could talk, it would tell you to load up on these healthy staples, stat.
R.I.C.E.: Sports Injury Treatment
Learn how you can treat a minor sports injury at home.
Stretches That Go Anywhere
Work those kinks out with these simple stretches that you can do at the office, at home, or just about anywhere.
Back to School TipsIt may feel like summer just started, but the first day of school is right around the corner. Get ready with these tips.
Healthy Habits Around the World
From Nigeria to the Netherlands, we take you on a tour of the world’s healthiest habits.
Screenings Save Lives
Don’t put yours off any longer. Use this tipsheet to schedule your health screenings today.
Is It Allergies or a Cold?
Sniffling, sneezing and runny nose. Have you caught a cold or is it springtime allergies?
Stop the Sniffles of Cold or Flu
Seven ways to keep your family
from getting sick this season.
Healthy at 30,000 Feet
Traveling by air anytime soon?
Keep these tips in mind.
You’ve seen teensy kids carrying jumbo backpacks. It’s just not right—or good for them. So help your children get off to a healthy start this school year with practical advice on everything from lugging hefty textbooks to navigating playground bullies.
The Water Way
Nine tips for staying hydrated this summer—and beyond.
The Doctor Will See You NowAre you asking the right questions when you visit the doctor? Make sure you’re getting the answers you need with these tips.
Yard & Pool Safety
Safeguard your family with these tips of outdoor play and maintenance.
Are You Getting Enough ZZZs?
With so much going on in our lives—and so little time in each day—sleep can often feel like an indulgence. But it’s critical to good health, as you’ll learn from our new-fangled downloadable tip sheet.
Americans have a habit of sacrificing sleep for other things on their to-do list. But sleep is one of the most important to-dos of them all. Here are 10 tips for getting your ZZZs.
Ladies, can you always tell when it’s “that time of the month?" The cramping, bloating and mood swings can be overwhelming. The good news is you’re not alone—and you can get relief.
Expecting? Brush up on your baby facts and find out when it’s time to head to the hospital.
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