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Boston and San Francisco Most 'Active Living Cities' in the U.S., Report Finds
To combat the growing obesity epidemic in the U.S., cities across the country have been promoting more physical activity among city residents with bike paths, sidewalks and green spaces. Cites in various parts of the country may pride themselves on having the "best" bikes lanes, public
After The View: September 15th, 2016
The View co-hosts debate how long you should date before marriage after actors Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski announce engagement after dating 6 months.
Notable Precedents for Presidential Candidates' Health Disclosures
Hillary Clinton 's pneumonia diagnosis has highlighted the lack of consistency when it comes to candidates’ health disclosures. The Federal Election Commission requires a personal financial disclosure form for presidential candidates, but there’s no such requirement when it comes to health
Florida Family Claims Samsung Galaxy Note7 Phone Set Their Jeep Ablaze
It is time for football and it's time for our big board. Our team of insiders standing by live for more on this morning's top stories. Dr. Richard Besser, good to have you back with us this half hour. His story is coming up but first let's start with that smartphone warning. A Florida man's jeep
Can Staring at Your Phone Lead to a Healthier Lifestyle?
It may seem like a surefire way to become unhealthy, but new research suggests that such behavior can sometimes help people stay healthy.
Arizona Man Loses Hundreds of Pounds by Walking to Walmart
An Arizona man who threw out all of his food and committed himself to walking to the local Walmart and back every time he wanted a meal has lost more than 300 pounds. Pasquale “Pat” Brocco, 31, began to change his life three years ago when he was warned by his doctor that his 605-pound weight of
Study Reveals New Medication to Fight High Cholesterol
That was fantastic. Health headline now for the 70 million Americans with high cholesterol. A new kind of drug may help lower the cholesterols of those who can't take statins because of the side effects. As many as 1 in 5 people who take statins will stop because of mussel pain or weakness. They
How Government Dietary Guidelines Have Changed Over the Years
Since 1980 the U.S. government has released dietary guidelines every five years aimed at helping Americans stay healthy. While the core tenants of a healthy diet (lots of vegetables, fruits and lean meats) have not changed, guidelines for how much added sugar, cholesterol, sodium and saturated fats
Jump-Start Your 2016 Weight-Loss With 'Fat-Burning Machine’ Diet Tips
With the New Year just days away, it may be time to jump-start your 2016 with the number one New Year's resolution: losing weight . Mike Berland, who authored "Become a Fat-Burning Machine: The 12-Week Diet: Lose the Belly, End Sugar Cravings, Gain Energy, Overcome Metabolic Syndrome " along with
'Fashion Santa' Goes Viral
Model Paul Mason has become an online hit for his shock of white hair and svelte Santa Claus look.