In the News

The Wall Street Journal‎
Jul. 12, 2020

“Since COVID hit, I’ve been exercising outside. But in the heat, how can I stay cool while working out?”

Openfit
Jun. 26, 2020

Ever hear of sea moss? While it’s not the type of seaweed you’ll eat in your favorite sushi roll (that’s usually nori), sea moss is found in a surprising number of foods you may eat regularly, including plant-based meat substitutes. It is also used in cosmetics and supplements.

Sweety High
May. 22, 2020

We've always found the idea of vitamins that aid in hair, nail and skin health to be super appealing.

Gear Patrol
Apr. 24, 2020

The author of a brand-new sports training book delves into the game-changing concept of “external focus.”

Openfit
Apr. 7, 2020

In this Coronavirus quarantine, getting outside for any reason at all feels like a treasure. Since gyms and yoga studios are closed to maintain social distance (6 feet between you and others), going for walks or runs outdoors seems to be our only option if we want a little vitamin D with our cardio.

Money Talks News
Apr. 1, 2020

Healthy eating is possible during the coronavirus crisis even when you’re stuck at home and many of your local supermarket’s shelves are bare.

Yahoo!
Mar. 31, 2020

You stocked up early, but now you’ve depleted your supplies. Or you bought just what you could find and it wasn’t enough to last.

Nerd Wallet
Mar. 31, 2020

You stocked up early, but now you’ve depleted your supplies. Or you bought just what you could find and it wasn’t enough to last.

Newswise
Mar. 24, 2020

As local, state, and federal public health officials continue to urge social distancing as the best way to stay safe from the coronavirus pandemic, Americans across the country are hunkering down in their homes and finding ways to adjust to the new, albeit temporary, restrictions on daily life.

Weight Watchers Canada
Feb. 24, 2020

How to get comfy with bumps in the road toward our goals.

Greatist
Feb. 20, 2020

File this under: weird things bodybuilders do to show off their gains. There’s a diet out there called the tuna diet. It’s a short-term, crash diet designed to yield rapid weight loss.

The Everygirl
Feb. 17, 2020

Ask any beauty enthusiast and they’ll tell you that they have easily stumbled across several trendy new hair vitamin brands on social media. Countless beauty influencers (and stars) such as James Charles, Vanessa Hudgens, and the Kardashian-Jenner clan, for example, haven’t been entirely shy about their love of hair gummies. And while the swan song of longer and stronger locks may be calling your name, it’s safe to say that hair gummies easily fall into the controversial category of celebrity-endorsed products.