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Quiz: Are You a Time-Hacker?

Who doesn't want to save some time? Take this quiz to see if you're a professional or an amateur time-hacker! 

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What Is Insulin Resistance, and How Can It Affect Your Health?

Chances are you’ve heard about diabetes and its precursor, prediabetes. But have you heard of insulin resistance? Sometimes referred to as a silent blood-sugar problem, the condition involves invisible metabolic changes that start to happen in your body — which, if left uncorrected, can eventually lead to Type 2 diabetes.1 But the good news is that even if you do have insulin resistance, you can delay the onset of diabetes or perhaps even prevent it altogether by taking some simple steps to protect your health.2

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Fact or Fiction: Does Drinking Water Help You Lose Weight?

When you’re looking for tips to lose weight, it might be tempting to try anything from a celery juice cleanse to the keto diet. But to try one of the best tools for healthy weight loss, look no further than your kitchen sink. This natural weight loss aid is sugar-free, calorie-free and can be found right in your home: Water. 

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Tips to Stay Healthy and Vibrant in Your 30s

As you enter your 30s, you may be finding yourself busier than ever, with an ever-growing list of demands competing for your attention. Work, school, family, parenting: Any or all of these may be at play in your daily life — and they may be keeping you from taking top-notch care of yourself. At the same time, you may be noticing other changes — like a metabolism that seems a bit more sluggish, or how you seem to gain weight more easily than you did in your 20s. But fear not: there are more than a few ways you can keep yourself healthy now — and for future years. 

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Jenny Craig: One of the Best Weight Loss Options for Breastfeeding Moms

When Jenny Craig approached me about trying out one of their award-winning weight loss programs, I was immediately excited but also a bit apprehensive.

 

I had just given birth to my second child seven weeks prior and was ready to focus on my health goals, but I was also exclusively breastfeeding and planned on continuing to do so. With that in mind, I knew that I needed to strike a fine balance that would allow me to safely lose the pounds I wanted, while also helping my body continue to produce an abundance of breast milk to nourish my growing, always-hungry baby boy.

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The Ultimate Self-Care Guide for Dads

Back when the west was still wild, hardscrabble cowboys – the kind played by John Wayne – enforced civility within their communities. Through sheer grit and self-sacrifice, they prevented outlaws from pilfering horses and cash registers from local ranches and saloons. 

 

But fellas, times have changed. Times have softened, and the tough-guy schtick is no longer necessary. It’s now safe to relax, and you’d be wise to do so.

 

When many guys think of self-care, they often think of bubble baths, pedicures, and other, typically feminine indulgences (and there’s no reason you shouldn’t enjoy those, too). Another way to think of self-care is as routine maintenance for your mental health. Self-care is a simple matter of doing what you enjoy and reaping the health benefits, while at the same time becoming a better husband, dad, or friend to the people around you. 

 

This Father’s Day, think about what you can do for yourself. And not just for the day: How can you treat yourself better from here on out? We've compiled five science-backed self-care strategies to get you started.

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