Blog Profile / The Heart Health Blog


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Filed Under:Diseases & Conditions / Heart Disease
Posts on Regator:5039
Posts / Week:11.8
Archived Since:September 28, 2009

Blog Post Archive

Scalp Exfoliation Is the Crucial Step Your Hair-Care Routine Is Missing

Scrubbing your scalp is just as important as exfoliating your face. Find out the right way to do a scalp exfoliation and watch the viral video that started it all.

9 Mocktails and Cocktails You Can Make in a Slow-Cooker

Slow-cooker? More like bartender. If you need to make drinks for a crowd during the holiday season, reach for one of these slow-cooker cocktails and mocktails.

How to Make a One-Pan Chicken Dinner With Whatever You Have in the Fridge

Simple guidelines for delicious weeknights. Turn chicken, vegetables, and grains into a healthy weeknight dinner every time.

A 12-Minute Intense Cardio Workout That’ll Strengthen Your Whole Body

Try this total-body cardio and strength workout when you're short on time. It works your whole body—and has an extra cardio challenge—in just 12 minutes.

12 Indie Lingerie Brands for Large Breasts That Are Super Cute

You’ve probably never heard of these indie lingerie brands for big busts, but there's no doubt they'll be on your radar for future purchases.

Is Taking an Ice Bath After a Run Actually Worth the Pain?

Everyday athletes and runners are starting to use ice baths for recovery. We asked experts if there are actually benefits, or if we're shivering for nothing.

11 Mental Health Tips to Avoid Getting Stressed Out Over the Holidays

Getting stressed out over the holidays seems like a sure thing, but it doesn't have to be. Here are expert tips to avoid holiday stress.

17 Ways to Actually Use Up All Your Herbs for Once

Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. If you can never get through your herbs before they wilt, these herby recipes will help you get the job done.

The Simple Exercise Misty Copeland Does 40 Times Every Morning

Ballerina Misty Copeland does 20 relevés every morning, but even non-dancers can benefit from doing calf raises. Here's why they're a simple, effective move.

15 Sex Toys for Anyone Looking to Show Their Clitoris Some Love

Looking for a new sex toy? These 15 expert-recommended, customer-approved clitoris sex toys from Babeland, Lovehoney, and Adam & Eve are sure to do the trick.

It's Shocking How Few Americans Eat Enough Fruits and Vegetables Every Day

A new report on fruits and vegetables from the CDC, Black Friday and Cyber Monday fitness deals, plus more food and fitness news from the editors of SELF.

4 Important Lessons I've Learned From Working Out Every Day for Almost 2 Years

Working out every singly day hasn't been easy—but it's definitely been worth it. Here's what I've learned throughout this challenging fitness journey.

How to Tell the Difference Between Psoriasis and Eczema

It's easy to mix up psoriasis and eczema. Here's how you can figure out the difference between these chronic skin conditions.

Julianne Hough's Moving 'DWTS' Performance Was Inspired By Dealing With Autoimmune Diseases

Julianne Hough performed a moving dance on 'DWTS' that was inspired by the choreographer's health battles.

Sarah Hyland Gets Real About Dealing With Prednisone ‘Moon Face’

Prednisone is a commonly prescribed synthetic hormone drug, but it can cause a ton of unpleasant side effects.

Pregnancy Boobs: 7 Ways Your Breasts Can Change During Pregnancy

Pregnancy's like a roller coaster for your breasts. Don't be surprised if you experience these seven signs of pregnancy boobs.

Sweaty Hands and Feet Are an Incredibly Common Sign of Hyperhidrosis

If sweaty hands and feet are making you wonder whether you have hyperhidrosis, these expert tips can help you get some clarity.

Should You See a Physical Therapist Even If You’re Not Injured?

Some people use physical therapy as preventive care. We talked to physical therapists and orthopedic surgeons about why—and if it's worth it.

These Weight-Loss and Workout Supplements Contain Banned Ingredients Under Sneaky Names

New research suggests that supplements from four companies contain compounds that are either banned or not approved by the FDA.

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