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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.

Skimping out on shut-eye can lead to weight gain, according to recent research.

This dress must have shrunk! A recent study suggests many young women don't notice when they're packing on the pounds.

Necessary evil, or death-in-a-can? Energy drinks like 5-Hour Energy and Red Bull have been in the news recently after the FDA possibly linked them to 13 deaths. Read on to find out how dangerous these energy-boosting beverages actually are.

A new report finds the U.S. ranks below 16 other countries in terms of overall health and mortality rates. Read on to see why America ranks so low.

Supersize that soda? New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial bill proposing a ban on selling soda's larger than 16 ounces was officially shot down as "arbitrary and capricious." We find out what that means for the fight against obesity.

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