Sitting Is Bad for Your Health—But Fidgeting Can Help
New research shows that toe tapping might help to counteract the deleterious heart effects of sedentary behavior.
6 Million Americans Drink Unsafe Water. Here’s How to Know What’s in Your Tap
Researchers have found significant levels of dangerous chemicals in water from 33 states. Use this guide to check the safety of your supply.
NY Just Made Free Tampons Available: That’s a Trend We Can Get Behind
New York is hopefully the first of many cities to pass a “menstrual equity” bill.
Is It Really OK to Skip a Period Using Birth Control?
Lots of women use the pill to change the timing of their periods. Here, experts weigh in on whether that's a safe idea.
If We All Did These 4 Things, It Would Cut the Cancer Death Rate In Half
Researchers have identified simple lifestyle factors that could make a huge difference.
The Common Habit That Could Totally Warp Your Body Image
Young adults who engage in this behavior the most could be at a higher risk of developing eating disorders and body image problems, according to new research.
Gym Equipment Has More Germs Than a Toilet Seat—but Don’t Panic
We got to the bottom of the hype.
Pre-Conception Caffeine Intake Linked to Miscarriage—for Women and Their Partners
You might want to think twice before ordering that latte.