Heart

Pollution has recently been classified as a group 1 carcinogen. Find out what that means, plus 11 facts you probably didn’t, but should, know about air pollution.

More than 80 percent of American employees like their jobs. What are their bosses doing right? Greatist looks at 10 key factors — both psychological and social — that science suggests make for the best work environments.

The payoffs of good dental hygiene extend way beyond the mouth. Think cardiovascular health, blood sugar control, inflammation, and more. Warning: reading this article may facilitate flossing, brushing, or rinsing ASAP.

When it comes to cardio, is going the distance always a good thing? Find out if those extra miles may actually be doing more harm than good in the long run.

Get the facts straight: Research suggests crossing the legs might not be a health hazard.

Whether it's the result of a breakup or the death of a loved one, heartbreak can be an overwhelming experience. Fortunately, there are some tips for coping with the pain.

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More than 80 percent of American employees like their jobs. What are their bosses doing right? Greatist looks at 10 key factors — both psychological and social — that science suggests make for the best work environments.

Pollution has recently been classified as a group 1 carcinogen. Find out what that means, plus 11 facts you probably didn’t, but should, know about air pollution.

In the age-old battle of sticks and stones versus words, the former always emerges victorious.

Don't be afraid to knock back a cold one this summer. Studies suggest one to two alcoholic drinks a day— including beer— can reduce the risk of heart disease.

This just in: Eating our way to a healthy heart has never been easier. See Harvard Medical School's new go-to guide for making heart-healthy food choices, one meal at a time.

According to a new study, people living in certain regions are at greater risk for heart disease.

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