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The Secret to Conquering Spring Allergies, Once and For All

Allergies don't have to ruin your spring—here's how to take control.

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8 Easy Ways to Boost Your Heart Health

Take these simple steps to protect your ticker for life.

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The 3 Fastest Ways To Get Rid Of A Cold
Who has time to feel cruddy? Use these tips to get back in action.
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How To Walk Off Fatigue In Minutes
Nip weariness in the bud with this simple routine.
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Pill-Free Ways to Erase Your Pain
Ease every ache quickly and simply.
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4 Experts Share Their Secrets to a Calorie-Burning Metabolism

Learn how to turn a sluggish system into a fat-burning one.

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How to Keep Off Holiday Pounds-Really!
Celebrate the season and still fit into your jeans come January. WD's experts weigh in.
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Healthier Knees Now!
Use these tips to put an end to aches and painsno pills needed!
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5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Diabetes Risk Naturally
Make these easy adjustments to slim down and prevent the disease
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<p>Did you know 88% of women wear shoes too small for their feet? The wrong shoe size is just one of the reasons behind your aching feet. Click through to get to the bottom of your foot pain, and find your way to relief. </p>
3 Ways to Relieve Foot Pain for Good
Help your feet feel better fast
<p>Achy back? Pain relief is only a few steps away. Click through to see what experts say will get you feeling better fast. </p>
How to Beat Backaches
Have a pain-free day with these easy tips
<p>Do you shy away from the free weights at the gym? Thankfully, there a slew of other ways to build your muscles that don't require a pricey membership or bulky equipment. Besides the benefits of toning your body, resistance workouts help improve blood pressure and lower your diabetes risk. Strength training can give you an instant mood boost and help fight depression, much like a brisk walk or jog around the block does. Click through for easy moves you can do at home and on the go. </p>
8 Exercises for Better Heart Health
Be good to your ticker and your body with these easy sweat-free moves
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<p class="p1">The medicine you take, the food you eat and yes, the way you listen to music can all affect how well your ears function. Follow this advice from doctors and nutrition experts to protect your hearing.</p>
How to Improve Your Hearing
Keep your ears in top shape with these expert tips
<p><span style="color: #000000; font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: normal; letter-spacing: normal; line-height: 21px; orphans: auto; text-align: start; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: normal; widows: auto; word-spacing: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; background-color: #ffffff; display: inline !important; float: none;">Feeling anxious? From piling bills to your hectic schedules, a lot can make you uneasy. Start breathing a bit easier because these simple strategies can quiet your racing mind. Ahh, that's better. <br /></span></p>
Natural Ways to Fight Anxiety
Try these remedies to tame your tension and feel calmer
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Solve Your Stomach Problems
Find relief for bloating, constipation, cramps and more
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Keep Your Vision Sharp

Protect your eyes for life with the latest expert advice

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Make Mondays Meatless
Get easy vegetarian meal ideas to reduce your heart disease risk
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How to Treat a Headache
Learn to spot the different kinds and feel better fast
<p>Back ache? Upset stomach? Before you hit the pharmacy or your medicine cabinet, which meds are worth reaching for. Click through to learn what's best to take for pain relief.</p>
The Right Pain Relief for Every Ache
Banish any kind of discomfort with these meds and more
<p>Don't let colds and flu spoil your season. Stop sniffles before they start by strengthening your immunity. Click through to discover the newest germ-fighting tips straight from the experts.</p>
Boost Your Immune System
Stay healthy with this good-for-you advice from the pros
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Pain-Proof Your Day
Get ideas for natural pain relief round the clock
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Have Healthy Breasts at Every Age
Protect and care for your chest with this wise advice
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How to Improve Your Memory
Prevent those I cant remember moments with these top expert tips
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Should I Try a Juice Cleanse?

Learn what experts say about this detox strategy

<p>If you have heartburn more than twice a week, you could have a condition called GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease. With GERD, the muscles in the lower part of your esophagus (which connects your stomach to your throat) don't fully close after you eat or drink, so the food, along with stomach acid, splashes back up into your esophagus. This is what gives you those unpleasant symptoms, including a pain or burning in your chest and/or the feeling that food is stuck behind your breastbone.</p>
<p>Some people also experience a sore throat or coughing, or have trouble swallowing. Over time, stomach acid can damage the lining of your esophagus, which can put you at risk for ulcers and even a precancerous condition known as Barrett's esophagus, so it's important to treat it.</p>
<p>Making some basic lifestyle changes, including quitting smoking and losing weight if you have to, is an important first step. Taking antacids and other over-the-counter medications that neutralize stomach acid can help, but if you're still having symptoms after two weeks of OTC meds, see your doctor. He may prescribe proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) or H2 blockers, which decrease the acid made by your stomach. But keep in mind that these medications may interfere with calcium and B12, so be sure to discuss your entire medical and health history with your doctor.</p>
<p><em>DAVID C. METZ, MD, professor of medicine, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania</em></p>
How to Tame Heartburn
Find out whats behind the painand what can help
<p>The single best way to fire up your calorie burn is with total-body workouts that combine cardio with resistance training. "The goal is to use as many different parts of the body as possible, because the more you move, the more you'll boost the burn," explains trainer Jonathan Ross, author of Abs Revealed. Adding some cardio bursts between the strength exercises also ups the calorie burn while allowing your muscles to recover. The best part: You don't need to leave your house!</p>
<p><strong>How it works:</strong> Do this routine twice, flowing from one exercise to the next without taking a break. You'll need a light (3–5 lb) or medium (8 lb) set of dumbbells.</p>
4 Moves to Rev Your Metabolism
Kick calorie burning into overdrive with this quick full-body workout
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3 Ways to Beat the Blues
Improve your mood with these expert tips on nutrition, exercise and more
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5 Moves to Rev Your Metabolism
Kick calorie burning into overdrive with this quick full-body workout
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6 Surprising Ways to Burn Calories
Discover small tricks to boost your metabolism and lose more weight
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Your Body's Metabolism—Explained
Get insight into how you burn calories day and night
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