16 Things to Never Do at the Gym

16 Things to Never Do at the Gym
Fitness Jill Schildhouse Gym culture has an etiquette all its own. 1 / 16 Africa Studio/Shutterstock Don't leave a mess behind So, you need a mat, Bosu ball, an assortment of free weights, a foam roller, an incline bench, and a few kettlebells to complete your workout? Great—but when you're done, remember the cardinal rule of any gym. "At the end of your workout, or as you're done with each piece of equipment, put everything back," says Dawn Bartolini, a lifestyle and weight-loss… ...Read more

How Many Calories You Should Eat In a Day

How Many Calories You Should Eat In a Day
Hana Hong Don't eyeball it, calculate it. What are calories? When it comes to losing weight, terms like "low calorie," "zero calories," and "calorie cutting" are thrown around all the time. You may often find yourself wondering: How many calories should I eat a day? Despite what society may tell you,  you don't want to go overboard with the calorie slashing. In fact, cutting calories may not help you lose weight at all. ...Read more

Most States Restrict Pregnant Women's Advance Directives: Study

Most States Restrict Pregnant Women's Advance Directives:  Study
Latest Pregnancy News FRIDAY, April 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Laws in half of U.S. states override a pregnant woman's advance directive if she becomes incapacitated, a new study finds. And most of those states don't reveal this in advance directive forms. ...Read more

Health Tip: Getting Enough Magnesium

Health Tip: Getting Enough Magnesium
(HealthDay News) -- Magnesium is a mineral that is important for regular bodily function, says the Office of Dietary Supplements. Magnesium is commonly found in various plant-based and animal-based foods. Latest Nutrition, Food & Recipes News Foods that are high in magnesium include: ...Read more

How Much Does Your Kid Weigh? Chances Are, You're Underestimating

How Much Does Your Kid Weigh? Chances Are, You're  Underestimating
Latest Healthy Kids News SUNDAY, April 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Parents and doctors often overlook how overweight kids are, which could leave youngsters at increased risk for health problems linked to excess weight, British researchers say. They reviewed 87 studies that included nearly 25,000 children, age 19 and younger, and their parents. ...Read more

For Obese People, Commuting by Car Can Be a Killer: Study

For Obese People, Commuting by Car Can Be a Killer: Study
Latest Diet & Weight Management News SUNDAY, April 28, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Being obese and commuting by car can be a deadly mix, a new study warns. Researchers analyzed data on more than 163,000 adults, aged 37 to 73, in the United Kingdom. The participants were followed for an average of five years. ...Read more

For Kids, Obesity and Mental Health Woes Often Go Hand-in-Hand

For Kids, Obesity and Mental Health Woes Often Go Hand-in-Hand
By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter Latest Healthy Kids News SATURDAY, April 27, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Starting at age 7, kids can get stuck in a vicious cycle of obesity and emotional problems that is hard to escape, British researchers say. Investigators are not sure what triggers the struggle, but new study findings suggest that, over time, youngsters who are obese are likely to develop anxiety and moodiness, while those with emotional problems are more apt to become obese. ...Read more

Study Supports Radiation for Early, Hormone-Driven Breast Cancer

Study Supports Radiation for Early, Hormone-Driven Breast  Cancer
By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter Latest Cancer News FRIDAY, April 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- For women with hormone-driven breast cancer, adding radiation to hormone therapy might keep their cancer from coming back for up to a decade, a new study finds. Breast cancer didn't come back in the same breast for 97.5% of women who had radiation therapy plus hormone therapy compared to just over 92% of women who had hormone therapy alone, the researchers said. ...Read more

How to Perfectly Roast Chicken Thighs Every Single Time

How to Perfectly Roast Chicken Thighs Every Single Time
You have to know exactly how long to bake chicken thighs to get the juiciest, crispiest chicken dinner ever! Taste of Home Poor chicken thighs. While skinless, boneless chicken breast gets all the love, those thighs sit in the refrigerator untouched. It's true that chicken breast is quick and cheap, but it's also missing the wow factor of chicken thighs: flavor! Here's a handful of other reasons to buy chicken thighs instead. ...Read more

6 Missing Person Mysteries That Were Miraculously Solved

6 Missing Person Mysteries That Were Miraculously Solved
Franklin Villca Huanaco Str/Epa/REX/Str/Epa/REX/Shutterstock At ten years old, all Franklin Villca Huanaco wanted was to be back with his mom, who was in jail more than 130 miles away. But the truck the Bolivian boy hid in for transportation didn't go the way he planned, and after a two-day journey, Huanaco found himself in Chile—620 miles in the opposite direction. A local woman took him in and cared for him, and a national news station ran a story about the boy. Huanaco's mom, who was w… ...Read more

12 Things That Up Your Risk of Sun Damage

12 Things That Up Your Risk of Sun Damage
Everyday Wellness Failing to apply sunscreen isn't the only thing that makes you more likely to get sunburned—so can these habits. Certain skincare products LStockStudio/Shutterstock Many anti-aging and acne products work by thinning the outer layer of skin or regulating the production of melanin, a natural pigment that acts as a barrier for sun protection, says Alok Vij, MD, a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Look at the labels: If a product contains retinols or vitamin A, glycolic or sa… ...Read more

11 Silent Signs of Mono You Shouldn’t Ignore

11 Silent Signs of Mono You Shouldn’t Ignore
Conditions The virus responsible for infectious mononucleosis (commonly known as mono) affects about 90 percent of the population worldwide, and most commonly strikes teenagers and young adults ages 15 to 30. Knowing what symptoms to look for can help catch the virus—and put you on the path to recovery—sooner. Sore throat CHAjAMP/Shutterstock If you have a sore throat, swollen tonsils, or swollen lymph nodes, especially on the sides of the neck, these could be mono symptoms. Ask your doctor to test… ...Read more

Mould – A Household Health Hazard

Mould – A Household Health Hazard
You might not be the kind of person who thinks of their home as their castle, but at the very least you should imagine that it is a happy, hopeful, and above all healthy place. After all, our homes are the place we feel safe and secure most of all. The last thing we want is health hazards and dangers presenting themselves from the walls around us. Recommended Post What is Mould? Black mould, which is the kind that is generally found, and also the most potentially dangerous, is a type of fungus tha… ...Read more

Bride with Tinted Chashma [A New Age Trend] by Sabyasachi

Bride with Tinted Chashma [A New Age Trend] by Sabyasachi
When it comes to bridal wear then there is no one in the business as classy and trustworthy as Sabyasachi Mukherjee. Undoubtedly he is one of the most loved fashion designers when it comes to celeb weddings as well. And this time Sabya is back in the news because of his summer bridal look. Sabya is the one who has brought pastels and light colored hues back in fashion and these shades are giving a tough competition to red which was known as the bridal color. More and more brides these days are … ...Read more

Sameera Reddy no more Glamorous, has Depression ?

Sameera Reddy no more Glamorous, has Depression ?
Sameera Reddy, Maine Dil Tujhko Diya actress and one of most beautiful Bollywood actresses, said that she was a mess at 102 Kg and she no more felt glamorous, unlike many other actresses who went fat from the fit. Yes, these are the words of first-time mommy who was dealing with post-pregnancy blues. The lady highlighted the fact that all is not good with the delivery of a child. There are innumerable issues which a mother has to take care of. But being a celebrity, she didn't expect that t… ...Read more

This Mom Lives With Multiple Sclerosis and Says Momsomnia Is Definitely a Thing

This Mom Lives With Multiple Sclerosis and Says Momsomnia Is  Definitely a Thing
Prevention.com's Sleep Diaries is a new weekly series where interesting people share their late-night habits. Check Prevention.com every Friday for more. Welcome to Sleep Diaries, a new Prevention.com series where interesting people share a week's worth of late-night habits. They'll tell you, the reader, how they wrap up their day, how they get to sleep, stay asleep or fall back asleep, and how they feel when they wake up in the morning. Why? Because sleep is America's Most Wanted t… ...Read more

YUCK: This Summer Is Going to Be Extra Hot and Humid

YUCK: This Summer Is Going to Be Extra Hot and Humid
If you're already making plans for barbecuing, swimming, and vacationing this summer, hold up for a second. The Farmers' Almanac just released its forecast for the season and it's not exactly a mood booster. Using its "time-tested" 202-year-old weather formula, the publication is predicting an extra sweltering, rainy, muggy, and humid summer in many areas of the United States. And since last summer already ranked as the fourth hottest on record according to the NOAA, this d… ...Read more

23 Jane Fonda Hairstyles That Are Just As Iconic As She Is

23 Jane Fonda Hairstyles That Are Just As Iconic As She Is
When your acting career spans several decades, those years in the spotlight will undoubtedly feature some legendary looks. Whether it was a film festival, a Hollywood premiere, an Oscar-winning role, or a revolutionary fitness class, Jane Fonda's hair evolution has become as iconic as the very movies and shows the now 81-year-old actress has starred in. Now, as she gets ready for the next season of Grace and Frankie , we can't help but look back at her signature styles. From her glamorou… ...Read more

Why Jillian Michaels Refuses to Back Down on Keto Diet Criticism

Why Jillian Michaels Refuses to Back Down on Keto Diet  Criticism
Trainer Jillian Michaels has reaffirmed that she does not support the keto diet in a recent interview on the #Adulting podcast. The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, low-carb eating plan that has surged in popularity for weight loss. Michaels says the diet is "bad for your overall health and wellness" and believes people can lose weight without the risk of negative side effects. Jillian Michaels has made her feelings about the keto diet very clear—and she's not backing down any time soon… ...Read more

Fatal Drug ODs Surging Among Young Americans

Fatal Drug ODs Surging Among Young Americans
By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Latest Mental Health News THURSDAY, April 25, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- The cost of America's opioid epidemic just keeps rising, with new research showing that overdose deaths among teens and young adults are soaring. The death rate from drug overdoses rose from eight in every 100,000 people aged 15 to 24 in 2006 to nearly 10 per 100,000 in 2015, researchers found. ...Read more

11 Money Rules You Need to Have Memorized Before You’re 40

11 Money Rules You Need to Have Memorized Before You’re 40
Saving Money These simple skills are easier to develop than you think, so you can stop procrastinating and start building wealth today. Pay off your credit cards monthly istock/oatawa The average American has $7,000 of debt, racking up fines on their credit cards, and this is the number one financial mistake people in their 20s and 30s make, says Carla Dearing, a certified financial planner and CEO of SUM180, a digital financial planning service. "Too many people think a little credit card deb… ...Read more

Disney Employees Share the Craziest Thing They’ve Seen at Work

Disney Employees Share the Craziest Thing They’ve Seen at Work
Greed doesn't pay NU sniper/Shutterstock "I was out in Fantasyland/Hub as the Queen of Hearts and there was an Alice and both Tweedles out there with me as well. We were having lots of fun as a unit, with me making people bow/curtsy to me and kiss my hand and the Tweedles causing general mischief while Alice talked to kids. We were over near the Dumbo ride, and there's a small fountain over near the line for the ride that was drained for whatever reason on this day. All of the coins … ...Read more

7 Self-Checkout Secrets Grocery Store Clerks Wish You Knew

7 Self-Checkout Secrets Grocery Store Clerks Wish You Knew
Scan in the order you want to bag KucherAV/Shutterstock If there's a long line at the self-checkout, some people feel anxious and rush through it. This can cause mistakes which need an attendant's help. One thing that can help bagging go smoother is to scan items in the same order you would bag them in. So, boxes, cans and other heavy items first. You'll also want to bag similar items together (like all the frozen foods). Psst:  When you're shopping, fill your cart in bagging group… ...Read more

17 Everyday Things You Didn’t Know Could Be Hacked

17 Everyday Things You Didn’t Know Could Be Hacked
Advice More and more, common items we regularly use are becoming connected, making things more convenient not only for us, but for hackers, too. Here's how to protect your home—and your family. Smart TVs JTaI/Shutterstock A hacked smart TV presents problems on many levels. A prankster could switch channels on you, order movies you don't want, or blast the volume when you least expect it. On another level, a hacked TV can have a direct impact on your security and safety, according to Andrew … ...Read more

Diet for Hypertension: Summer fruits which help you treat high blood pressure

Diet for Hypertension: Summer fruits which help you treat high  blood pressure
Quick Bites Summer fruits can help you manage high blood pressure These fruits will offer other health benefits as well Know all the fruits which you should consume to manage hypertension High blood pressure has now become a common problem due to various factors like work pressure, stress, deadlines, etc. High blood pressure or hypertension is a common risk factor of various serious health conditions. Popping medicines is not the best solution to treat high blood pressure. Simple lifestyle changes … ...Read more

World Health Organisation Issues New Screen Time Guidelines for Kids

World Health Organisation Issues New Screen Time Guidelines for Kids
Quick Bites New screen time norms issued by the World Health Organisation Infants under the age of one should not be exposed to screen  Children under the age of 5 should not spend more than one hour per day Mobile phones, computers, laptops and televisions are everywhere. Everyone is addicted to the screens especially kids. Kids now spend more time on screens than outside. They skip their play time and prefer screen time over physical activity. Television is a compulsory part of almost every kid&#… ...Read more

Life After Hearing Aids

Life After Hearing Aids
Have you ever noticed that you don't hear everything you used to hear? Have you ever been inside a noisy restaurant and couldn't hear the person across the table? Imagine someone trying to whisper something to you before entering an important meeting, and you walked into the meeting feeling ill at ease because you weren't sure what they said. If these or similar things have happened to you, then you are probably a lot like I was. I hated to go to any place where there was the least b… ...Read more

The Very Famous Non – Political Interview

The Very Famous Non – Political Interview
Twitterati became active when Akshay Kumar on April 21 tweeted that he is entering into unknown territory. No one knew that he was going to interview one of the most important men of present times. Yes, the Khiladi of Bollywood interviewed the political Khiladi Narendra Modi. The nation got hold of the complete interview on 23 rd April 9 PM and since then the highly viral Non-political interview has it's an equal share of hilarious moments. Recommended Post 1. Let's begin with one of my mo… ...Read more

Retinol Newbie? Here’s How to Get Started

Retinol Newbie? Here’s How to Get Started
Melissa Greer Expert advice on the benefits of retinol and how to get started if you're new to this powerful anti-aging ingredient. Retinol benefits for newbies What's the secret to youthful skin? Ask any skin expert and chances are they'll say retinol (in addition to sun protection, of course). Retinol is a form of vitamin A and you've likely seen it listed as an ingredient on night creams, overnight masks and even acne treatments. The reason so many experts swear by it is because… ...Read more

A Pesto Linguine Too Pretty Not to Make For Guests

A Pesto Linguine Too Pretty Not to Make For Guests
Abbey Sharp This elegant comfort-food classic switches up the typical basil-and-pine-nut combination for earthy beet greens and almonds. Paired with blistered tomatoes, salty olives and a double dose of those antioxidant-rich greens, this perfect pasta is easy enough to pull off for weekday meals. Beet Green Pesto Linguine Print Recipe ...Read more

Fatal Medical Emergencies on the Rise Worldwide: Study

Fatal Medical Emergencies on the Rise Worldwide: Study
Latest Prevention & Wellness News WEDNESDAY, April 24, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Injuries, heart attacks, lung infections, strokes and other medical emergencies caused about half of the world's 28 million deaths in 2015, a new study reports. Such deaths are on the rise, and rates are much higher in poor countries than wealthy ones, the researchers said. ...Read more

13 Things You Need to Know About Sex in Your 40s

13 Things You Need to Know About Sex in Your 40s
Everyday Wellness Think your sex life is over after 40? Hardly—you're just getting warmed up. Here's what to expect when you're getting it on in your fourth decade. You may need to put a little more work into it Jacob-Lund/Shutterstock You can thank declines in hormone levels for the fact that you may not be ready to go at a moment's notice. If you're really missing desire, check out ways you can improve your sex life in just one day. "Both men and women deal with hormone c… ...Read more

How Long Do Car Batteries Last?

How Long Do Car Batteries Last?
BACHTUB DMITRII/Shutterstock Anyone who has ever found themselves stranded in a car that won't start has surely wondered if there's a definitive answer to how long car batteries last. The short answer? It depends. "I've had some customers go ten years without any problems," says Thomas Piippo, mechanical division director for the Automotive Service Association and owner of Tri-County Motors in Rudyard, Michigan. "Yet other customers, their batteries only last three to f… ...Read more

7 Bugs You Should Never Kill In Your Garden

7 Bugs You Should Never Kill In Your Garden
Gardening Not all bugs are created equal. Some pollinate the crops or feed on destructive pests, while others are simply passing through. Here are some bugs you should be happy to have in your garden. The Praying Mantis Lightspring/Shutterstock The largest and most formidable of garden insects is the praying mantis. This "faithful" insect features a large triangular head with bulging eyes and a long body in which they conceal their wings. Mantises have enlarged forelegs used for catching … ...Read more