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Joe's Crab Shack Still Uses 'Lots' of Trans Fats
Joe’s Crab Shack advertises that it uses "zero trans fat oil,” but a health advocacy group said Wednesday the seafood chain still uses the artery-clogging fats in alarming amounts.
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Many Herbal Remedies Unproven, but Americans Love Them
Many supplements don't do anything beneficial, but Americans still love their St. John's wort.
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Want to Curse Your Spouse? You May Just Be 'Hangry'
To test their theory, scientists turned to an experiment asking married couples to secretly stick pins into a voodoo doll representing their spouse.
Kirstie Alley Is the Face of Jenny Craig (Again)
Kirstie Alley says she “went off the rails” after her much-publicized weight loss with Jenny Craig, so she's joined the diet program again.
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Fittest City? Boulder, Colo.,Tops The List Again
Once again, Boulder, Colo., claims the distinction of having the lowest obesity rate in the nation.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman On New Salt Guidelines
During a webcast Q&A with NBC News' Anne Thompson, Dr. Nancy Snyderman explains why, for some people, the new salt guidelines won't change a thing.
Study: Marathons Might Be Bad for Your Heart
A new and controversial study is raising questions about the health benefits of distance running. KARE's Renee Tessman reports.
Study: It May Be Safe to Consume More Salt
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC News’ chief medical editor, discusses a new study in the American Journal of Hypertension saying that too little salt can be equally as dangerous as too much.
Diet Drinks Linked With Heart Disease, Study Finds
That diet soda may not save your life. In fact, it may do quite the opposite.
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