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A doctor and team of UW scientists helped develop the app, expected to be out next year.
Remember to relax, breathe and live in the present, not the past or future.
Don’t desert your high-fiber choices, because they have proven — and needed — health benefits.
If you just can’t shake the grogginess, try these tips to help fine-tune your napping skills.
When a dear friend lost a long fight with cancer, the author’s eyes were opened to the power of love.
You could avoid illness if you eat a healthier diet, get more exercise, stop smoking and sleep more.
There’s no doubt this will be a challenging time (due to hormones) but you will get your kid back.
It can be a jarring transition for the both of you, so set ground rules and talk them over together.
After decades of dieting and working out, she’s ready to accept that her body is beautiful.
For one, stop comparing yourself to 95-pound, 6-foot-tall, 19-year-old Sports Illustrated models.
This is because there are now fewer deaths in three major cancers: lung, prostate and colorectal.
We value entertainment and busyness (in the form of devices) as an antidote to boredom. Not so good.
A panel of experts has deemed the Mediterranean diet the heathiest way to eat. Way better than keto.
It can now almost always be prevented with a vaccine, but it still kills over 100,000 people a year.
Taking aspirin each day is often recommended to lower your risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Researchers want to know if reducing or eliminating benzodiazepines can cut falling in older adults.
If you’ve ever thought about giving up alcohol for a period of time, take this into consideration.
The Confucian-inspired adage is a reminder to stop eating when your stomach is 80 percent full.
Two full-time working parents have become the norm in America — mostly out of financial necessity.
A scientist is testing opioid-like drugs that block the receptors responsible for addiction.