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Time to stock up on olives and merlot! The latest findings prove that the Mediterranean diet may boost happiness and health.

From healthy chefs and kick-butt trainers to life coaches and food policy game-changers, these 100 figures spent 2013 influencing many Americans' approach to fitness, health, and happiness.

In the true spirit of the holidays, thousands of people are counteracting Black Friday and Cyber Monday with Giving Tuesday, a day of giving back. Find out what it is and how to get some holiday karma.

Well, this can’t be good — a new report says that the world is not producing enough wine to meet our boozy demands. What does this mean for your weekend?
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Could there be a silver lining to getting laid off? Sports Clubs in New York, Boston, Washington, and Philadelphia are opening their doors (for free!) to furloughed government employees during the shutdown.

Researchers say chocolate milk may be more than just delicious. It could also be the ideal post-workout beverage.

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From healthy chefs and kick-butt trainers to life coaches and food policy game-changers, these 100 figures spent 2013 influencing many Americans' approach to fitness, health, and happiness.

New research suggests cruciferous veggies may have an unexpected new benefit. They could help boost immunity and protect the body from intestinal ailments.

Atlanta recently banned smoking in public parks. Is the ban an effective way to keep parks clean, or is it doing little more than ostracizing smokers?

A new online program supplies users with science-backed guidance for making healthy lifestyle changes aimed at reducing the risk of diabetes.

One new company is turning thousands of menus into easily readable health data. Learn how Food Genius might just change your restaurant experience.

Every year, the Environmental Working Group checks out the most popular fruits and vegetables and tests how safe they are to eat. Take a look at the expanded dirty dozen, and the foods that are safe to buy without an organic label.

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