Tagged With Health

Chrissy Teigen's trainer reveals her workout secrets


Fat in one part of your body is particularly dangerous for your health — here's what an exercise scientist says you can do about it


We're learning more about which carbs you should never cut from your diet



Here's everything science really knows about how to live a long life


How a harrowing, near-death experience led Aetna's CEO to introduce yoga and meditation for the company's employees


A study of nearly half a million people found that eating certain types of food is linked to cancer — but there's a simple fix



Spending on insurance plans has increased nearly 50% in the last 10 years, as healthcare costs in the US continue to skyrocket


A startup that wants to regenerate human hearts and brains just announced a new chief financial officer — and it could mean an IPO in 2019


A startup that's helping us better understand the bugs that live in us just raised $83 million to start developing treatments for diseases like cancer


3 huge new studies of more than half a million people are casting major doubts on the keto diet


Michael Phelps is speaking up about mental health issues — here's his advice for anyone who is struggling


Never eat the 'clean' part of moldy bread



Fitbit pops after expanding its partnership with health insurer Humana


Fitbit's moving away from a simple step counter into health coaching as it faces competition from the Apple Watch


Anthony Joshua says his strict training regime was inspired by Cristiano Ronaldo, who 'has the body of a 21-year-old'


We tasted the first lab-grown sausage made without slaughtering any animals — here's what it was like



A new report says pharma companies increased drug prices by nearly double during shortages — and it highlights the biggest debate in healthcare today


We tried the first lab-grown sausage made without killing animals. It was smoky, savoury, and tasted like breakfast


The CEO of the Gates Foundation says a wave of progress rippling through China and India could slash poverty in Africa — if women lead the way


Take a look inside Johnson & Johnson's new startup incubator in NYC's SoHo neighbourhood, that feels more like a rustic-chic coffee shop with jewel-toned couches