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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Treatment That Works

Trauma is more common than you may think. In the U.S. 60% of men and 50% of women have experienced at least one highly traumatic or terrifying ordeal in their lifetime. It can be due to sexual assault, suffering any serious injury and witnessing violence and fighting in the military, just to give... View Full Post


13 Tasty Cinco de Mayo Recipes

Planning a party for Cinco de Mayo? You can enjoy guacamole, margaritas and more without blowing your diet. Check out our full day’s worth of Mexican-inspired recipes, filled with smart food swaps. They’re still packed with authentic flavors — but fewer calories and less... View Full Post


Unhappy in Bed? Your Partner Can Tell

At those times when it’s just not happening for you in bed, “going along to get along” might seem like the right thing to do. But if you think you’re fooling your partner by faking it, maybe you should think again. Research shows that women (and men) in long-term... View Full Post


Autism and Food Aversion: How to Help Your Picky Eater

Our 6 tips can help you combat the food aversions common in children with autism, and cope with the picky eater in your house. View Full Post


America’s Top 10 Most Stressed-Out Cities

Chronic stress can take a serious toll on your health. In our report based on data from the RealAge®Test, we reveal the cities where residents need to chill out -- plus tips for taming tension. View Full Post