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A fresh spin on Caesar salad with Brussels sprouts, sardines
A fresh and healthy spin on a Caesar salad using Brussels sprouts instead of romaine, a little mayo instead of raw egg, sardines as croutons and no anchovy paste
Pros and cons of plant-based milks: Is a plant-based milk right for you?
There is no shortage of non-dairy milk alternatives on the market these days, from soy to almond, cashew, coconut and even peanut milk. One thing to get clear: These aren’t really “milks” but rather liquids that mix ground nuts and water and can substitute for cow’s milk. Soy milk is the most
What parents can do to help prevent the spread of flu
Dr. Jennifer Ashton shares advice and busts some popular flu-prevention myths on "GMA," as many parents are scrambling to protect their children during this year's deadly flu season.
How to eat right when you are feeling stressed
Let’s face it: When we’re stressed, we’re more likely to make unhealthy decisions, reaching for sweet, salty and fatty foods. That’s why health coach and holistic nutritionist Kelly LeVeque recommends to her clients the virtues of eating three clean and balanced meals a day to help manage stress
Elizabeth Olsen on playing Scarlet Witch, social media and her sisters' support
On ABC News' "Popcorn With Peter Travers," Olsen discusses her latest roles in "Wind River" and "Ingrid Goes West."
New book explores breakthrough medical stories
The author of "The Other Side of Impossible" opens up about how she refused to give up in the face of her son's daunting medical challenges, and looked outside the box for treatments.
A real-life 'Limitless' pill? Silicon Valley entrepreneurs pursue brain hacking with nootropics, or 'smart drugs'
From late nights out to early mornings on the job, 30-year-old entrepreneur Erin Finnegan says she has a secret boost that keeps her going. She uses “nootropics,” also called “smart drugs,” or supplements claiming to boost brain function, helping to improve memory, focus and maybe even make you
Josh Basile was going to visit that goddamn cigar factory. In the dozen years since a wave knocked him to the ocean floor and cracked his C-4 and C-5 vertebrae, leaving him quadriplegic, Basile, 31, has learned how to make things happen for himself. It took awhile to find the blend of resolve,
'Living With No Excuses': Noah Galloway's Journey From Soldier to 'DWTS'
In a new memoir, Galloway describes how he rebuilt his life after losing two limbs in an IED explosion while serving in Iraq.
Olympic Boxer Claressa Shields' Long Fight for Gold
The Michigan native turned to boxing after a rough childhood and now she could make Olympics history if she wins her second gold medal.