If you’re on social media, chances are you’ve scrolled through your feed and compared yourself to your friends, who all just look so happy all the time.
If you’re lacking the motivation to hit the gym or reach your health and fitness goals, we definitely just found the inspiration you need. Janice Lorraine is a 74-year-old former school counselor who recently retired and needed something to fill her days and give her purpose. “I had no one telling me when to go to work, when to stay at home, no praise,” she said on the Today show. Lorraine found her purpose where she had least expected it: the gym. Check out more of Lorraine’s story, and meet other superfit grandmas who are taking life’s second act by storm.
Now, the American Heart Association (AHA) warns that this supposed miracle oil is not as healthy as many think. On Thursday, the AHA updated its advice surrounding saturated fat, which makes up 82 percent of the fat in coconut oil, instructing that saturated fat is known to raise “bad” (LDL) cholesterol, which can be deposited on arterial walls and cause plaque buildup and blockages that lead to heart attacks and stroke. Instead, the AHA recommends eating no more than 6 percent of total daily calories in saturated fat for those who need to lower their cholesterol.
Catching a cold can seem pretty random: If you’re in the vicinity of someone with a cold, you might get it … or you might not, and the reasoning isn’t always clear. Now, scientists say how well your parents got along when you were a child may be a factor in your susceptibility.
A gynecologist says actress Gwyneth Paltrow is reportedly spreading false medical information in Paltrow's health and wellness website Goop.
You may enjoy following fitspo, food porn, and celeb accounts, but your own posts of poorly lit meal photos could make the best use of your time on Instagram, according to a small new study.
In moments when I did feel worn down ... I focused on SoulCycle superstar instructor Stacey Griffith and her welcoming look of approval.
"Take a Break" isn't just a song in Hamilton, it's also excellent advice for anyone—including celebrities!—who need to take a minute in order to focus on their mental or physical health. Take a cue from these seven celebrities who recognized they needed to spend some time caring for their health—and were much better for it.
Following the release of its inaugural skin care line, Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand, Goop, launched Goop Wellness, a series of vitamin regimens, today. The collections are designed for women and their specific needs.
Laura Rosales lost 90 pounds. Weight-Loss Win is an original Yahoo series that shares the inspiring stories of people who have shed pounds healthfully. Laura Rosales is 35 and currently weighs 150 pounds.
When life throws you lemons, it’s time to squeeze some time in for more self-care. Whether you are stressed from work or just need in a physical reboot, you owe it to yourself to sit down, get still, and blow off some steam — in the most delightful way possible. Yes, an elaborate day at the spa sounds like a no-brainer cure-all fix, but that also can cost a pretty penny. On the bright side, there are more ways than one to treat yourself all in the comfort of your own home. The best day of the week? Probably, Sunday. ...
Known for being one of the first black supermodels to break barriers in the beauty and fashion industries, Veronica uses her experiences as a model, health and fitness enthusiast, lifestyle blogger (Webb on the Fly), mother, and wife to exclusively report on what’s trending in beauty.
Whether they take home Oscars or not, the 25 top nominees at the Academy Awards will be gifted with outrageously expensive swag bags.
Christie Begnell illustrated her inner thoughts to show people how anorexia feels. After a bad breakup at 19, Christie Begnell’s depression spiraled into suicidal thoughts, and she started to use food as a coping mechanism. Christie Begnell was dangerously ill.
"It's not about our size — it's how we look at ourselves and how we feel about ourselves."