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The Best Sunscreen for Your Workout

Here, dermatologists share their go-to brands of sunscreen for avid exercisers.

What Happens When You Cut Out Alcohol for a Month?

The physical and mental benefits of cutting out alcohol, both in the short and long term.

What Are Melatonin Supplements—and Are They Right for You?

Sleep deficiency is real, and problematic, as it can lead to slowed thinking, a reduced attention span, poor memory, lack of energy and risky decision-making. Can melatonin help?

Are Food Delivery Apps Changing Your Eating Habits for the Worse?

It’s never been easier to access whatever food it is that you’re craving at pretty much any given time thanks to the bevy of on-demand food delivery apps and services available right at our fingertips, but what impact are they having on our health?

Is It Better to Juice or Eat Whole Fruits and Vegetables?

Juice is all the rage, but what do you sacrifice nutritionally when you choose juice over whole fruits and vegetables?

Can You Get A UTI From Working Out? Here’s What Happens

If you do get a UTI, there are steps that you can take to make recovery faster and easier, such as letting your body rest for a few days and ensuring that you practice good hygiene.

How to Prevent Chafing During Your Workout

Use these tips to help eliminate the discomfort of chafing, leaving you feeling fresh and ready for your workout.

How to Tell How Much Arch Support You Need

It may seem like a small thing but a foot arch is incredibly important to your foot health.

Is it Possible to Drink Too Much Water?

But is it possible to overdo it on water and drink too much? You might be surprised to learn that, yes, it is possible to drink too much water, however, it’s very unlikely.

What is Exercise-Induced Asthma and How to Get Diagnosed

Learn more about exercise-induced asthma, how it impacts your ability to exercise, and how you can to treat it or prevent it.

7 Healthy Ways to Fight the Winter Blues

While we can’t do much to change the weather, there are other changes that you can make in your life that can lessen the symptoms of the winter blues so that it can make getting through winter all that much easier.

Which Is Better: a Sports Drink or Water?

While it’s true that most sports drinks contain electrolytes that can help replace the minerals lost during exercise, most fitness pros agree that they’re no better at hydrating you then plain old water.

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