Health & Wellbeing Top Stories

The latest news and advice on how grandparents can stay healthy, eat well, and exercise right.

8 Best Jeans for Your Body Type

By Elizabeth Burns | Beauty & Style

Whether for weekend wear or on the town, denim is a wardrobe staple. Find jeans that flatter your body type in any scenario.

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Protect Yourself from Getting Sick at Work

By Beth Levine | Health

From the water cooler to the telephones, the workplace can be a breeding ground for cold and flu germs. Here's how to stay well all season long.

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Is Organic Food Better for You?

By Deborah Long | Diet & Nutrition

They're more expensive, but are organic foods really better for your health? We sort through all the data to give you the answers.

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How Sex Boosts Your Brain Function

By Deborah Long | Health

New research shows it can improve your longterm memory, slow down aging, reduce anxiety & more.

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5 Surprising Heartburn Remedies

By Andrea Atkins | Health

The next time painful heartburn grips your chest, try these effective, natural solutions instead of medication.

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7 Fashionable Walking Shoes For Fall

By Elizabeth Burns | Beauty & Style

Cute comfort shoes is no longer an oxymoron. We have your complete fall shoe guide to footwear that stays pain free through apple picking and trick-or-treating.

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Weight-Loss Gadgets That Help Keep Off the Pounds

By Deborah Long | Diet & Nutrition

Apps, gadgets, and online programs that are proven or likely to aid in dropping pounds healthfully—your doctor would approve.

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4 Most Common Choking Hazards

By Winnie Yu | Health

Truth is, anyone can choke, even adults who have been eating solid foods for decades. Here's how to play it safe and prevent choking.

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The #1 Nutrient You Need to Avoid a Stroke

By Beth Howard | Health

New studies show that this mineral can significantly help keep your health in check—especially for women.

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Fixes for 6 Common Dental Problems for People Over 50

By Andrea Atkins | Health

As American adults hold onto their real teeth for longer and longer, more problems are likely to arise.

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