• If You Have These 2 Popular Seasonings, Throw Them Out Now, FDA Says

    Let's face it—your spice cabinet probably has quite a few old bottles of seasonings you never touch. But a new recall posted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on July 27 will likely have you taking stock of what's on your spice rack—and maybe even throwing a few bottles away. McCormick&Company, Inc., one of the most trusted brands in the world of seasonings and spices, announced that it's voluntarily recalling two very popular products and they say you need to throw them away ASAP.

  • The One Thing You Should Never Drink After Working Out, Experts Warn

    A good workout is one of the best things you can do for your body. After you finish exercising, you'll want to continue to nurture your body in a healthy way—and that means eating and drinking right. Deciding what to put in your body after you've just worked up a sweat can be a challenging decision to make, and sometimes the foods we think of as healthy are actually not ideal. In fact, experts warn that there's one common drink many people enjoy after a workout that can do more harm than good. R

  • If You Drink Your Coffee Like This, Your Cancer Risk Could Skyrocket, Study Says

    For many people, the day doesn't officially start until that first cup of coffee has been poured. Unfortunately, while many people may savor this morning ritual, if you're taking your coffee in one particular fashion, you could be significantly increasing your cancer risk, researchers say. Read on to discover if your preferred preparation of that morning pick-me-up could be putting your health in jeopardy and how you can keep yourself safe.RELATED: Eating This One Thing Can Cut Your Cancer Risk

  • Never Grill Your Meat or Chicken Like This, USDA Warns

    When you're having a big group over for a barbecue, it can feel overwhelming to get all your burgers, hot dogs, chicken, and other side dishes ready and still be able to enjoy time with your friends and family. But if you were thinking about taking one shortcut in particular to try to get a head start on the barbecuing this weekend, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has a warning for you. Read on to find out what they say you never do next time you're manning the grill.

  • I'm an Olympian and semi-professional athlete. Here are 16 things I always buy at Costco for myself.

    I'm a Ghanaian track and field Olympian and semi-professional athlete who loves Costco for its protein, produce, sauces, and more.

  • How Paralympic Athlete Brad Snyder Stays Healthy and Motivated

    Find out why the swimmer and triathlete says being uncomfortable is the pathway to growth—plus learn about his fitness and fueling routine leading up to competing in the Games this August.

  • Exactly What Simone Biles Eats in a Day to Stay Fit, Fueled, and Olympics-Ready

    The gold medalist always enjoys her favorite food after a competition.

  • This Everyday Habit Can Double Your Heart Disease Risk, Study Says

    There are a number of factors that are known to raise your risk of developing heart disease, from eating too much salt to drinking too much alcohol. But that's just scratching the surface. With heart disease still the leading cause of death in the U.S., it's important to be aware of all of the risks, not just the biggies. With that in mind, researchers for one recent study say they uncovered an "often overlooked cardiovascular risk factor" that many people do every single day. Read on to find ou

  • Heart disease affects men and women differently — do you know the signs?

    There are some big differences in the way men and women experience heart disease. And doctors say knowing and understanding those differences could help save your life.

  • Heart Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore, According to Doctors

    If you are having a heart attack, symptoms are usually strong and will arise suddenly. Unfortunately, when it comes to heart failure, the symptoms aren't so obvious, and usually don't develop overnight. In fact, if your heart is failing, you might not experience any symptoms at all.One of the most important ways to take care of your heart health is simply knowing the signs and symptoms—whether they are incredibly subtle or extremely obvious. Eat This, Not That! Health spoke to several of the nat

  • 6 Tips for Healthy Aging, According to the CDC

    While none of us can stop time and prevent the aging process from occurring, there are a few simple things we can do to stay as healthy as possible as we get older. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion has compiled a list of six actionable tips that will help improve longevity and be the best version of yourself as long as you possibly can. Read on to learn about how you can age gracefully—and to ensure your health a

  • Over 60? Here Are the Best Foods To Eat Every Day, Says Dietitian

    Whether you just turned 60 or you're well into your golden years, it's important that you're eating foods that keep your heart and mind healthy.As Angie Asche MS, RD, CSSD owner of Eleat Sports Nutrition and author of Fuel Your Body tells Eat This, Not That!, cardiovascular disease is at the top of the list of health concerns for this age group. While consuming a healthy, well-balanced diet is key for staving off the disease, getting plenty of physical activity should also be prioritized."This i

  • Drinking coffee every day lowers the risk of an irregular heart beat, study suggests

    The popular pick-me-up may mistakenly be linked to 'flutters'.

  • This Specific Type Of Running Is (Actually) Fun And Super Beneficial

    Mix up your training with fartleks.

  • Sure Signs You May Be Developing Heart Disease, Doctors Say

    We all know the classic symptom of heart disease—chest pain. But a serious disorder like heart trouble can also show up with symptoms that are unusual, slight, or ambiguous. These are seven sneaky signs of heart disease that experts say should have you on red alert, including precisely what kind of chest discomfort you should look out for. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long" COVID and May Not Even Know It. 1 A New Symptom That H

  • One Major Effect of Eating Whole Grains, New Study Says

    As if you needed a reason to slice into a healthy loaf of whole grain bread, a new study has revealed how powerful eating a healthy amount of whole grains each day can be to your health. We've got the exact amount the researchers suggest you should eat, with the intriguing mechanism behind this physiological effect.For a new study published this past week in the peer-reviewed Journal of Nutrition, a team of nutrition epidemiology researchers from Tufts and Harvard universities analyzed the diet

  • 71 Percent of Women Notice This a Month Before a Heart Attack, Study Says

    You may think all heart attacks come with chest pain or discomfort in your left arm, but over the years, research has shown that what Hollywood shows you when it comes to a heart attack may not be close to reality. Studies have found that not only are these symptoms not hallmarks for all patients, but women experience different heart attack symptoms than men. And in many cases, red flags can crop up weeks before the actual cardiac event, if you know what to look for. Landmark research from the A

  • This Can Lead to "Fatal" Heart Attack, Say Doctors Now

    "One Love! One Heart! Let's get together and feel all right," sang Bob Marley. But without a heart, one can forget about love or frankly — anything else. The good news is that if you manage to avoid certain mistakes and adopt a couple of simple rules you can keep your heart in mint condition for years. Love your heart and you will feel all right. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long" COVID and May Not Even Know It. 1 You're Not M

  • Are you at risk for heart failure? Here are 3 warning signs to look out for

    Would you know the warning signs of heart failure if it was happening to you or someone you love? Experts say these are the signs to pay attention to.

  • Eating This 3 Times a Day Can Boost Your Heart Health, New Study Says

    While everyone may require a different plan of attack when it comes to maintaining their heart health, there's at least one universal truth: Everyone should be keeping an eye on their risk of cardiovascular disease. After all, about one in every four deaths in the U.S. is caused by heart disease, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). But besides getting plenty of exercise and staying active, there may be other diet tricks that can help you maintain a health

  • The One Breakfast Food To Eat To Lower Your Cholesterol, Says Dietitian

    Did you ever wonder why Cheerios is always bolstering itself as a heart-healthy breakfast? The iconic cereal is pictured on the front of each box inside a red heart-shaped bowl, and the box may have an extra banner that says how good it is for your heart, or even how it can help lower your cholesterol. But did you ever wonder why cereal is a good heart-healthy breakfast? That's because Cheerios are made from 100% whole-grain oats, and given that oatmeal is considered the best breakfast food to e

  • Feeling Super Stressed and Tight? These Yoga Apps Were Made for You

    You'll be relaxed and able to touch your toes in no time.

  • Heart Disease Risks You Didn't Know About, Say Doctors

    Eat right, get regular exercise, avoid tobacco, limit alcohol—by now, you're probably familiar with the keys to preventing heart disease. But recent studies have highlighted some other, lesser-known behaviors and situations that can be just as harmful to your heart as subsisting on Big Macs and puffing away on a pack a day. Chances are, you haven't heard about them—until now. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long"