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A celebrity fitness trainer reveals 3 dynamic ab, arm, and glute moves you can do at home for a summer beach bod

Anna Kaiser has trained celebrities including Shakira, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Karlie Kloss. She revealed three simple, dynamic moves for toning up your abdominal, butt, and arm muscles for summer.

I tried a science-backed eating plan tied to a better memory and longer life — and found the perfect simple breakfast

I recently got a chance to practice what I preach. After months of writing extensively about the evidence-based health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, I hit pause on my normal eating habits and gave it a go. This meal was cheap, easy, and kept me full for hours.
Tracing anyone who was in contact with an infected person is an urgent priority.

An Ebola case has been discovered in a city of 1.2 million people — a ‘game changer’ that makes fighting the outbreak much more diff...

Health officials have confirmed that an infected person was found in a city of 1.2 million, meaning Ebola has spread beyond the town it was first spotted in. Ebola in an urban area is much more dangerous, since that dramatically increases the possibility that the disease could spread rapidly.

Experts say the new season of ’13 Reasons Why’ has a dangerous problem that the show fails to address

The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" is back for a second season despite warnings from researchers who say it sends a dangerous message. The central problem is not the show's depiction of suicide, they say, but the way the main character is portrayed as having power after her death.
Ahealthy diet is based on more than just energy balance.

There’s even more evidence to suggest you shouldn’t only be counting calories to prevent weight gain and disease

New research published in Obesity Reviews has concluded that some calories are more harmful than others. The paper published by 22 American researchers provides further evidence that if you want to reduce the risk of diseases associated with obesity, you should be looking at the nutritional value of what you eat, and not just how many calories it may contain.

A vape pen killed a 38-year-old man — and it’s a type of e-cig that’s wildly popular among one group of vapers

In the first recorded US death from a vape pen, a 38-year-old man in Florida has died after an e-cigarette exploded, pierced his skull, and set a room on fire. The type of pen he was using is called a mechanical mod, or "mech mod."

A drug derived from marijuana just got a big lift that will likely make it the first of its kind to get federal approval

A drug derived from marijuana to treat epilepsy is on the brink of winning US government approval. In its third large clinical trial, Epidiolex appeared to significantly reduce the worst symptoms of two severe forms of childhood epilepsy.

The first drug for opioid withdrawal has gotten the green light — and it targets risky symptoms that others ignore

Lofexidine, sold under the brand name Lucemyra, is the first drug of its kind to target the painful symptoms of opioid withdrawal, which can trigger a cycle of use, addiction, and overdose.

Middle-class people are taking MDMA wrapped in cheese in a new trend called ‘brieing’

In a bid to strengthen their friendships, a group of middle-class women have started hosting 'brieing' parties where they take MDMA wrapped in pieces of brie.
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit climbs up a ladder to inspect a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland, which was the scene of an Anthrax outbreak in July 2006.

Bill Gates says a pandemic flu could kill 30 million people — these are the deadly diseases that scare experts the most

Somewhere on the planet, there's an organism or organisms — likely bacteria or a virus — that could kill tens of millions if it started to spread among people. Many experts think a global pandemic disease, whether naturally occurring or engineered, is the greatest threat humanity faces right now.