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Obesity is a leading preventable cause of death worldwide, with increasing prevalence in adults and children, and authorities view it as one of the most serious public health problems of the 21st century

What's The Big Deal About Tiny Houses? (Infographic and Video)

Tiny homes are my latest obsession. The average American home is 2100 square feet. The average tiny home is a mere 186 square feet. I am constantly reorganizing, paring down, and defining my essentials. Knowing exactly what I have and where it is establishes mindful living. I’m better able to reuse, recycle, and repurpose. I'm more grateful for what I have and less attached to all the "stuff". Simplified living evolv...

Western science confirms that turmeric is a first rate anti-inflammatory herb. It contains at least two chemicals, curcumin and curcuminoids, that act to decrease inflammation much like NSAID COX-2 that inhibit the production of prostaglandins which are linked to arthritic inflammation. This anti-inflammatory effect may be why consumption of turmeric is......

LOOK: How Stress Affects The Body

INFOGRAPHIC: How Stress Affects the Body via @Laura Jayson F. Huff Post Healthy Living | Stressed? Click the photo for ways to relieve stress!

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Divorce In America [Infographic]

LOOK: How Your Job Is Slowly Killing You

Occupational stress is so pervasive that we accept it as a fact of life, but the truth is that demanding jobs do more than make us unhappy -- they can also spur some serious health consequences.

Eating the right kind of fat can lower your risks for obesity and chronic diseases. Yet most Americans eat too much of the wrong kind of fat and not enough of the right kind. America needs an "oil change" to address our skyrocketing rates of obesity and diabetes (diabesity), high blood pressure, heart disease and other chronic illnesses.

Eating the right kind of fat can lower your risks for obesity and chronic diseases. Yet most Americans eat too much of the wrong kind of fat and not enough of the right kind. America needs an "oil change" to address our skyrocketing rates of obesity and diabetes (diabesity), high blood pressure, heart disease and other chronic illnesses.