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The Biggest Loser coach Dolvett Quince talks with RH about motivating people to overcome their physical challenges, lose weight and get fit.
Dolvett Quince tells how to drop the pounds in 3-1-2-1.
Jennifer Esposito knew something was wrong with her, but it took almost 20 years to find the cause of her declining health and mysterious symp...
Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity are not the same thing.
Before you hop on the gluten-free bandwagon, you must understand one key point: This special diet isn’t designed for everyone.
Want to grow longer tresses? Popular wisdom says protective hairstyles are the way to go--but some claim they may do more harm than good.
Ditch the protective styles and grow longer tresses with these popular low-maintenance looks.
A roundup of the latest, must-have finds for hair, skin, health, beauty and more. These products are worth every cent.
A study followed men and women older than 90 to determine what variables led to a long life and how we can boost our chances of sticking aroun...
Most scientists agree that global warming drives climate change and that it affects not only the environment and economics, but also our physi...
Meds can affect each of the sexes differently.
New blood pressure goals raise questions, especially for men.
Hep C raises your risk of type 2 diabetes, and diabetes can worsen hepatitis.
When claims of HIV cures grab headlines, it’s okay to be skeptical.
Why some favor targeted HIV prevention in specific areas
How to get fit with these heavy-metal alternatives to free weights
Staying active may lower the risk of Alzheimer’s
These types of meds can kill your sex life.
Dorothy Horton, PsyD, answers your questions in her latest Ask Doctor Dee column.
Say what? A blogger got companies to stop putting azodicarbonamide in their food.
Energy drinks surge in popularity. Is that a concern?
Here’s one easy way to cut back on sodium.
Now’s the hard part: Make amends and forgive yourself.
Some ways we forgive ourselves are much healthier than others, says researcher Juliana Breines, PhD.
How one man finally said “I forgive you” to himself.