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Make time for fitness..

“I’m too busy” is the most common excuse we make for missing a workout. Keeping up with jobs, school work, family―after a long day it’s hard to feel motivated to work out, but a busy schedule doesn’t mean you can give up on your fitness r..

Plan an active Valentine’s Day..

This year, why not plan a healthy and unique date with the one you love? Skip the clichéd fancy restaurant dinner, which probably has more calories than a home-cooked meal, and try something new. One-third of all new cancer diagnoses in the United S..

Cancer-associated viruses are a thr..

Cancer-associated viruses, such as human papillomavirus (HPV) and hepatitis C, are especially dangerous for people living with HIV. HPV causes more than 90 percent of cervical and anal cancers diagnosed each year, while hepatitis C causes nearly half..

Falcons fans, don’t eat your ..

While the New England Patriots head off to Disney World as Super Bowl champs, the Atlanta Falcons—and their fans—are spending today licking their wounds. And when our spirits are low, a strange thing happens; we eat more. You have probably heard..

Win your Super Bowl party with heal..

On Sunday, Americans will gather in front of their televisions to watch the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons compete for the title of 2017 Super Bowl Champions. Or maybe—like me—you’re there to watch the commercials and catch up with fr..

Roast cauliflower soup..

There’s nothing like a warm, creamy soup for dinner on a cold winter night. Soup is also an easy way to incorporate cancer-fighting foods into your diet in a flavorful way. Research has shown cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussels sprou..