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Should You Take a Multivitamin?
Can a daily pill make up for a less-than-balanced diet—and, more important, stave off disease? Two experts weigh in.
5 Strategies to Cope with Seasonal Allergies
Pollen counts are on the rise. Luckily, relief is closer than you think.
6 Ways to Celebrate International Women's Day
On March 8, choose from these six great ways to participate, educate and celebrate.
How Doctors Stay Healthy Through the Winter
Experts answer four common cold weather questions.
Dispatches From Dreamland
Sexomnia, creative breakthroughs and mental dress rehearsals: The author of a new book on sleep pulls back the covers on the weird and wondrous things that happen when your head hits the pillow.
We asked a survival expert what every woman should carry on a summer adventure—whether it’s a hike up a peak or a picnic in the meadow.
No Pain, and No Gain
Three insanely simple ways to improve your diet and make every morsel count.
Fire dancer Cynthia Carvajal and her burning passion
Home Economics PDF
If gas and electric costs are leaving you cold, you can move into a futuristic heat-harnessing new home—or buy a $4 tube of caulk.
Looking for an Eco-Resolution? PDF
Find an eco-friendly promise you’ll actually keep
Medical mess-ups happen every day. Two industry insiders share crucial tips for making your healthcare more careful.
Sugar Shock: The Bitter Truth Behind Our National Sweet Tooth
A fitness expert—and prediabetic—exposes how America's love for sugar helped lead to a national epidemic.
The Air Out There
Damage caused by air pollution reaches much farther than the lungs. How to protect yourself—no face mask required
The Next Nobels
4 teen geniuses from the new book Science Fair Season
A designer draws inspiration—and electricity—from nature.
Reeling in the Years
An extraordinary 80-year study has led to some unexpected discoveries about long life.