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Eating is essential for life! Eating and food is part of the tradition and cultural of every society in the world.
Each year, after all the Christmas festivities are finished but before the calendar officially turns to another year, many Americans make at least one resolution to do better in at least ...
The holiday season can be challenging for anybody trying to watch their diet. So many traditional holiday favorites are full of some really unhealthy ingredients.
Gallstone disease is the most common gastrointestinal disease requiring hospitalization, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Most people have gallstones without even knowing it and ...
Once you determine that your irritated stomach and other gastrointestinal issues are related to stress and anxiety, it can be challenging to overcome this complicated mind-body ...
The holiday season is in full force and on Thursday Americans will be giving thanks for what they have (or in some cases -- what they're happy not to have) and enjoying good food with ...
Your stomach’s in knots and you have the sudden urge to run to the bathroom. But what is causing this problem? Is it something you ate, a medical condition or too much stress or anxiety?
After indulging in the food joys that come with the holidays or just an effort to reach a goal weight, many get stuck in “yo-yo” dieting.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month and I think it's important for people to learn more about how many people are affected by this disease.
Written by Jessica Ryen Doyle
It sounds like an oxymoron – exercise has a healthy connotation, while addiction sounds negative.
But experts are seeing some people ...
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!