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Wellness

The Washington Post Wellness section provides coverage and analysis of health, healthcare, nutrition, wellness and fitness news, trends and policy. Post Wellness also includes discussions and blogs about major health issues.

Unfortunately, weight comes off from all over the body, not just from the unsightly parts.
Author: Gabriella Boston
Delaware’s first school-based wellness center for preteens and their families has opened.
Author: Associated Press
Regulation and laws haven’t kept pace with product development, so buyers need to be very aware.
Author: Christy Brissette
New law might help little, while hurting individuals with weight concerns or eating disorders.
Author: Carrie Dennett
CDC's latest warning about lettuce from southwest Arizona urges consumers to avoid any romaine if they don't know where it was grown.
Author: Lena H. Sun
Esketamine, a cousin of ketamine, eased serious depressive symptoms in a few hours, although the effect didn't last.
Author: Amy Ellis Nutt
SAMHSA has notified some contractors that their technical assistance to communities dealing with the opioid epidemic is no longer needed.
Author: Amy Ellis Nutt
Unfortunately, weight comes off from all over the body, not just from the unsightly parts.
Author: Gabriella Boston
Those steaming bowls of protein, minerals and collagen take serious time. But if you make your broth ahead of time, the rest is a breeze.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
Nine things you can do to encourage healthy eating habits
Author: Casey Seidenberg
Add fat, fiber and protein, and trick your brain into thinking a meal is larger than it is.
Author: Jae Berman
Data suggest 45 percent of cancer deaths are because of risk factors we can control.
Author: Christy Brissette
Enjoy your treat, but don’t let advertising mislead you into thinking it’s good for you.
Author: Cara Rosenbloom
To some, food is love — to be given in abundance. To others, it’s fuel, with each nutrient obsessively tallied. Each extreme has its pitfalls.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
The protein, which comes from bones, may provide short-term benefits to counter aging and pain. But more research is needed, and it can be pricey.
Author: Ellie Krieger
Tackle germs, feelings, relationships with the help of simple tips from NIH.
Author: Erin Blakemore
Learn how to distinguish healthy muscle soreness from the pain of injuries.
Author: Gabriella Boston
Studies point to self-compassion as a key factor in reducing stress and adopting good habits.
Author: Carrie Dennett
Running delivers many of the same physical and mental benefits to dogs as it does to humans. But it isn’t as easy as lacing up and getting out the leash.
Author: Jennifer Van Allen
For some, a trip to the gym can feel like a run through the gantlet.
Author: Rebecca Scritchfield
Experts recommend these three strategies.
Author: Amby Burfoot
If you have it regularly it’s bad for your health, but you can recover from an occasional lapse.
Author: Christy Brissette
It requires few dishes and no equipment other than a stove, and it’s as healthy as can be.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
Yes, really. The numbers game works for some people, but most of us need a more personal approach to health.
Author: Ellie Krieger
This News Source Was Added: September 13, 2016
The Content Was Refreshed: 21 Apr 2018 | 04:53:25
Last Modified: January 12, 2018