Articles by Hobson, Katherine
To protect health, vitamins and nutrients closer to their natural state sound appealing but lack proof.
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Susan Love and Alice Domar's new book, 'Live a Little!,' says being 'pretty healthy' is just fine.
Author and fitness pro Rachel Cosgrove says hours on the treadmill are not going to do much good.
'Tis the season to buy a little something for yourself, too, like a Y membership or a bottle of wine.
A lack of sleep and disruption to your biological clock can have harmful effects.
Research suggests another avenue by which exercise guards against heart disease and cancer: telomeres.
Taxpayers can tap the expertise at the country's best hospitals, even from afar.
There's little debate about screening women ages 50 to 74. So why do so many slip through the cracks?