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Mall phobics rejoice: Certain items just make more sense to buy online—either due to significant cost savings or pure convenience.
Sugar substitutes are little packets of subterfuge, playing all kinds of mischief on your taste, your appetite, and even your restraint.
If much to your own chagrin, you've ever accidentally let one (OK, several) rip in public, you're not alone.
Can you sip your way slim? When it comes to weight loss, beverages can be a boon for your diet—or a surefire way to blow it.
Just like death and taxes, stress is one of life's certainties. No one is immune from the occasional stress-eating foray, including high-profile nutritionists.
People tend to enter marriage with a healthy amount of idealism—otherwise it's hard to make a lifetime commitment to someone else.
Power bowls are a common sight on the menus of fast casual chains and trendy restaurants, and they're also super easy to whip up from leftovers at home.
In everyone's diet there tends to be at least one Achilles' heel, a kind of food we gravitate towards that keeps us trapped in an unhealthy cycle of dependency.
Social workers have an emotionally intense job coupled with crushing caseloads and very little supervision and support.
For many women, a diagnosis of breast cancer provokes the fear of physical survival. But hot on the heels of worrying about one's mortality comes the fear of being able to financially survive cancer.
The leaves are changing colors, there's a nip in the air, and you've got your slippers on—but you're still eating the same summer staples.