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The Food Fanatic’s Shopping Guide

Whether you’re the type who thinks Butterball’s a breed of turkey or a fussy foodie who gladly pays top dollar (even when Shaw’s has it […]

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Five Easy Ways to Get More Veggies in Your Diet

How many servings of fruits and vegetables will you eat today? If you’re like the average American, research says only three—which is less than the […]

Wellness

Ten Healthy Low Carb Recipes

Going “low carb” doesn’t have to mean missing out on delicious and decadent food. By adding in hearty substitutions such as olives, greens, and lean proteins, […]

Eat Your Greens and Whites

How Produce can Protect Vascular Health   We all know a good deal more about the health benefits of fruits and vegetables since the time […]

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Where to Eat Before the Boston Marathon

This post was updated on April 11, 2018. Marathon Monday is a major holiday in Boston, celebrated at restaurants around the city in the form of all-you-can-eat pasta […]

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Community Servings Delivers Medically Tailored Meals to Chronically Ill Patients

Following a weight-loss diet is hard enough. Now imagine your doctor has told you that you need to figure out how to manage potassium and […]

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College Students Can Pay for Cabs with Their Student IDs

Students at Emerson and Suffolk can now pay for cabs outfitted with card readers by swiping their student IDs, and unshockingly, they like this feature. […]

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Should We All Go Gluten-Free?

Walk into any grocery store and you’re likely to find an entire aisle dedicated to gluten-free products. You can buy gluten-free bread, gluten-free beer, gluten-free […]

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Massachusetts Makes an Uber Screwup

Photo via Thinkstock Yesterday, in a move highlighting Massachusetts’ breathtaking bureaucratic idiocy, the state decided to shut down a new car service business called Uber. […]

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Study: High-Fat Diets May Raise Cancer Risk

Fat is like a contestant on Project Runway: One day, it’s in, and the next day, it’s out. A new study from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and […]

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Seven Healthy Resolutions You Can Start Right Now

Pushing resolutions off until the new year is a bit like continually telling yourself, “My diet starts Monday.” If you want to make a change, […]

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Real Weight Loss: Jon Khanoyan

Jon Khanoyan was a fit, active kid growing up—until fifth grade. After that, his sedentary lifestyle and poor diet caused the pounds to slowly creep […]

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Harvard Study Finds Western Diet Increases Mortality Rates For Prostate Cancer Patients

The Western diet is defined—somewhat embarrassingly—as a diet high in red and processed meat, refined grains, and high-fat dairy. So it should be no surprise […]

Health and Fitness: Food

On the Menu: There’s a better way to approach meals.

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Why Are So Many Cyclists Dying on the Street?

Photo via Thinkstock Something has shifted. All summer, cyclists and drivers got along pretty well. There was the occasional dust-up, but all in all, it […]