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Eat This, Not That! - The Hotspots Edition

HEALTH | By Mike Halterman | Jan 9
It's very important to not feel deprived, but at the same time, it's also important to change your eating habits if you want to live a healthier life. Here are a few things you can eat in lieu of your favorites. Try them; I bet you'll like them!

Lumosity to Pay $2M to Settle Deceptive Ad Allegations

PERSONAL TECH | By Matthew Perrone | Jan 7
The developer of Lumosity "brain training" games will pay $2 million to settle federal allegations that it misled customers about the cognitive benefits of its online apps and programs.

What the World's Healthiest Places Can Teach Us About Longevity

HEALTH | By Jeff Taylor | Jan 2
There are certain parts of the world where people live longer than anywhere else. They are known as blue zones.

Chinese Medicinal Herbs Provide Niche Market for US Farmers

CORPORATE | By Mary Esch | Dec 29
Expanding interest in traditional Chinese medicine in the United States is fostering a potentially lucrative new niche market for farmers who plant the varieties of herbs, flowers and trees sought by practitioners.

Chicago Medical Clinic Prescribes Legal Help for Housing

FINANCE | By Carla K. Johnson | Dec 28
Nationally, the medical-legal movement, rooted in AIDS patient activism, now boasts nearly 300 hospitals and health centers in more than 30 states with partnerships helping vulnerable, low-income patients.

Chemicals in Foam Raise Concerns About Baby Car Seats

FAMILY | Dec 22
Limiting a child's exposure to toxic chemicals is a big issue for many parents, but finding eco-friendly products may cost big money.

High Schools Listening to Scientists, Letting Teens Sleep

SCIENCE | By Donna Gordon Blankenship | Dec 20
More school districts around the U.S. are heeding the advice of scientists who have long said that expecting teens to show up to class before 8 a.m. isn't good for their health or their report cards.

The Science Behind the Common Cold

HEALTH | Dec 18
Americans catch a billion colds a year.

How Your Posture Impacts the Mind

HEALTH | Dec 16
Harvard professor and researcher Amy Cuddy explains how posture can affect some of the biggest moments of our lives.

Chemist: New Coffee Offers Same Heart Benefit as Red Wine

SCIENCE | Dec 16
A University of New Hampshire chemist says he's developed a coffee that provides the same benefits to the heart as red wine.

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