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How often do medical problems lead to bankruptcy?

54 minutes agoHealth : EurekAlert: Health

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology) A new MIT-led study has determined how often medical costs lead to personal bankruptcy.

Have Your Pasta and Eat It Too With This Paleo Spaghetti and Meatballs Dish

56 minutes agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

This baked sweet potato spaghetti and meatballs recipe is a surefire way to curb a pasta craving, sans wheat, via PaleoHacks. Veggie noodles get oven-baked and topped with all your favorite pasta fixings for a Paleo-friendly Italian feast everyone will love. Show More Summary

If You Want a Bigger Butt, You've Got to Stop Believing These 5 Common Myths

57 minutes agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Glutes are all the rage right now, and when you see all the before-and-after pictures on Instagram, it's hard not to wonder whether it's all real or whether you can achieve the same growth yourself. The truth is, anyone can build themselves a bigger booty, but it takes dedication, time, and energy. Show More Summary

2 Trainers Explain Why You're Gaining Weight From Strength Training and What to Do About It

58 minutes agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Most of us have gotten the memo: strength training is a must for women who want to improve their health, feel fit and strong, and lose weight. But lifting weights can be an intimidating thing if you're new to the game. When they first...Show More Summary

Pivotal Results from Phase III Trial Show That the Combination of Ipilimumab and Nivolumab Increases Overall Survival in People with Kidney Cancer

Treating people with advanced metastatic kidney cancer using a combination of the immunotherapy drugs nivolumab (Opdivo(r)) and ipilimumab (Yervoy(r)) significantly increased overall survival versus treatment with sunitinib (Sutent(r))...Show More Summary

Your Closet Needs Every One of These Cute, Functional Avia Workout Pieces

With Spring fast approaching, it's finally time to put away your coats and sweaters and update your wardrobe, including your workout attire. A new workout wardrobe is just what you need to motivate yourself to get back in the gym and achieve your fitness goals. Show More Summary

20+ Stunning Weight Watchers Transformations That'll Make You Want to Start Immediately

It's no wonder why Weight Watchers is Oprah Winfrey's favorite healthy eating program: it's so freakin' effective. We've seen tons of beautiful transformations and heard countless successful weight-loss stories thanks to the program's...Show More Summary

These Workout Clothes Look Expensive, but They're From Forever 21 and Under $28

If it's up to us, you can never have too many workout clothes. Luckily, there's one brand that is impressing us with cool, affordable activewear. Forever 21 has mastered the athletic apparel game. There are so many wish-list-worthy products we need in our lives ASAP. Show More Summary

Sick of Cardio? These Transformations Will Make You Want to Start Lifting Weights ASAP

There is so much advice on how to lose fat and sculpt your body that it can be overwhelming when you're a fitness beginner. Should you focus on cardio alone, start squatting double your weight, or just jump head first into a life of CrossFit? The questions and corresponding answers are endless. Show More Summary

Clarissa's 40-Pound Weight-Loss Transformation Started by Dropping a Toxic Relationship

Do you remember when you were young and had an insane metabolism that could burn through any food you ate? Does that sound familiar? It does to Clarissa Gonzalez, who had always been really active growing up. She had been involved in...Show More Summary

How Orangetheory Fitness Made Me Fall in Love With Weightlifting Again

When I was in eighth grade, I started working out with a personal trainer. Once a week, we would meet at the gym and do a variety of full-body workouts with a mix of weights, machines, and calisthenics. Working out with a trainer made...Show More Summary

These 3 Changes Helped Me Naturally Grow My Butt in Just a Few Months

I used to think that wanting to grow your booty was vain, useless, and quite frankly, a little bit silly. But when I started working with my trainer last year, we talked a lot about the chronic lower back pain I used to experience on a regular basis. Show More Summary

Good News: You Can Still Eat Fast Food Even If You're Keto - Here's How

If you are on the ketogenic diet or have heard about it, you know there's a lot of things you can't have. But that's not important. Let's focus on all the good things you can have - like cheese! And sour cream! And more cheese! Don't...Show More Summary

New Brain Scanner Fits Right Atop the Head

When it comes to observing the inner workings of our brains, there are a few ways we can do it. But, for most, bulky machines and carefully controlled environments are the norm. The traditional trade-off researchers face for a glimpse inside the mind is a mind that's constrained in some fairly unnatural ways. Show More Summary

This Is the App That Helped Dolores "Stay on Track" and Lose 160 Pounds

It all started when Dolores took a bath. When the towel wouldn't fit around her body, she knew she needed to change her lifestyle in order to turn her life around - for her family's sake. From there, she downloaded an app and simply got started on her weight-loss journey. Show More Summary

I Got the Natural Birth I Always Wanted, Despite Every Fear I Had About Being Plus-Size

Post by Kathryn Johnson. This article originally appeared on and is reprinted here as part of a series dedicated to providing support and visibility to plus-size pregnant mothers. To read more stories, visit Plus-Size, Pregnant & Proud. Show More Summary

15 Unique Wedding Guest Dresses Under $75

For under $75, you'll definitely want to RSVP "yes" to each of these wedding guest dresses, from brands like WhoWhatWear Collection, Ganni, Modcloth, and more.

AIDS Researcher Robert R. Redfield Named to Lead the C.D.C.

Dr. Redfield, a Baltimore AIDS researcher and advocate for medication-assisted therapies to treat addiction, will take over the public health agency.

Longtime AIDS researcher Robert Redfield picked to lead CDC

1 hour agoHealth : The Checkup

Redfield heads clinical care and research at the University of Maryland medical school’s Institute of Human Virology.

Middle-aged tooth loss linked to increased coronary heart disease risk

Losing two or more teeth during middle age is associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk. Having fewer natural teeth by middle age is linked to higher cardiovascular disease risk.

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