It's American Heart Month!

Is Alcohol Good or Bad for Your Heart? What the Science Says2:04

Is Alcohol Good or Bad for Your Heart? What the Science Says

Remember: Wine glasses are not meant to be filled to the brim.

3 Dangerous Myths About Heart Disease in Women2:03

3 Dangerous Myths About Heart Disease in Women

Did you know this is the #1 threat to women’s health in America?

Heart Disease in Women: Subtle Warning Signs You Need to Know3:02

Heart Disease in Women: Subtle Warning Signs You Need to Know

Tell-tale heart disease signs in women may surprise you.

Heart Disease Warning Signs You Can’t Afford to Not Know3:13

Heart Disease Warning Signs You Can’t Afford to Not Know

Some heart disease symptoms are easy to blow off.

Bob Harper’s 6 Biggest Post-Heart Attack Lifestyle Changes2:28

Bob Harper’s 6 Biggest Post-Heart Attack Lifestyle Changes

“It’s a whole new life for me right now.”

Understanding Cholesterol Numbers: What’s Healthy, What’s Not2:13

Understanding Cholesterol Numbers: What’s Healthy, What’s Not

Got your cholesterol checked? Here’s what those numbers mean.

Knowing These 4 Numbers Can Help You Prevent Heart Disease3:27

Knowing These 4 Numbers Can Help You Prevent Heart Disease

These four numbers reveal a lot about your heart health.

“The Lifestyle Change that Saved Me”: 4 Heart Disease Patient Stories1:31
Bob Harper on Exercise After Heart Attack: Gaining Confidence and Strength2:12

Bob Harper on Exercise After Heart Attack: Gaining Confidence and Strength

“You’re never going to be the same, but you can still be a better version of yourself.”

The Silent Heart Attack Warning Signs Bob Harper Ignored1:51

The Silent Heart Attack Warning Signs Bob Harper Ignored

“I broke a cardinal rule of mine: To listen to your body.”

Coping After a Heart Attack: Bob Harper’s Rollercoaster of Emotions2:36

Coping After a Heart Attack: Bob Harper’s Rollercoaster of Emotions

“I’ve been given a second chance of life.”

7 Lifestyle Tweaks for a Healthier Heart3:06

7 Lifestyle Tweaks for a Healthier Heart

Keep your ticker happy with these tips to prevent heart disease.

A Cardiologist’s Most Important Advice After a Heart Attack0:52

A Cardiologist’s Most Important Advice After a Heart Attack

Here’s a key takeaway any heart attack survivor needs to hear.

How to Prevent a Heart Attack, According to Heart Disease Patients1:15

How to Prevent a Heart Attack, According to Heart Disease Patients

“It’s much better to be safe than sorry.”

New + Trending

“4 for Life”: The Best Bodyweight Exercises for Bone Health

“4 for Life”: The Best Bodyweight Exercises for Bone Health

These moves can be done anytime, anywhere—no equipment required.

How Eric Adams Is Advocating for Plant-Based Diets in Brooklyn

How Eric Adams Is Advocating for Plant-Based Diets in Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Borough President is putting health on the agenda.

How a Designer Uses the Runway to Advocate for Metastatic Breast Cancer

How a Designer Uses the Runway to Advocate for Metastatic Breast Cancer

Dana Donofree took her cause to New York Fashion Week.

4 Types of Dietary Fat (and Which Ones You Should Be Eating)

4 Types of Dietary Fat (and Which Ones You Should Be Eating)

Fat falls on a spectrum from “good for you” to “avoid, avoid, avoid.”

Signs of Hyperthyroidism vs. Hypothyroidism: How to Tell the Difference

Signs of Hyperthyroidism vs. Hypothyroidism: How to Tell the Difference

Both are thyroid diseases, but their symptoms are polar opposites.

How—and Why—Thyroid Diseases Disproportionately Affect Women

How—and Why—Thyroid Diseases Disproportionately Affect Women

Thyroid diseases are more common in women—and they cause gender-specific symptoms.

Have a Cervix? This Is How Often to Get a Cervical Cancer Screening

Have a Cervix? This Is How Often to Get a Cervical Cancer Screening

Putting a Pap test on the calendar could save your life.

4 Rules for Exercising Safely with Osteoporosis

4 Rules for Exercising Safely with Osteoporosis

Don’t let fear of fractures keep you from having a healthy fitness routine.

3 Things to Make Your First Pap Smear Less Intimidating

3 Things to Make Your First Pap Smear Less Intimidating

Those cold, metal duck lips are going WHERE?!

Then vs. Now: The Creepy History of Anesthesia

Then vs. Now: The Creepy History of Anesthesia

Imagine being hypnotized before a root canal.

Alone Time vs. Isolation: How to Find the Balance

Alone Time vs. Isolation: How to Find the Balance

“Me time” is a form of self-care, but being alone can have a dark side.

3 Things to Make Your First Yoga Class Less Intimidating

3 Things to Make Your First Yoga Class Less Intimidating

No, you don’t have to be flexible to try yoga.

These 5 Heart-Healthy Swaps Are So Good, You Won’t Miss Cheese

These 5 Heart-Healthy Swaps Are So Good, You Won’t Miss Cheese

Jazz up your meals with these flavor-packed condiments.

Conquering Ulcerative Colitis: How a Colectomy Changed One Woman’s Life

Conquering Ulcerative Colitis: How a Colectomy Changed One Woman’s Life

After most treatment options failed, Chelsea Freeman found relief through surgery.

Patient Education Centers

Ulcerative Colitis Patient Education Center

Ulcerative Colitis Patient Education Center

UC is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation in the colon.

Leukemia Patient Education Center

Leukemia Patient Education Center

Leukemia is a type of blood cancer that affects blood cells in the bone marrow.

Psoriatic Arthritis Patient Education Center

Psoriatic Arthritis Patient Education Center

PsA is an autoimmune disease that affects healthy tissue, such as the joints and the skin.

High Cholesterol Patient Education Center

High Cholesterol Patient Education Center

High cholesterol is when you have too much cholesterol in the blood.

Patient Education Center: Preventing HIV

Patient Education Center: Preventing HIV

HIV is a virus that weakens the immune system by destroying cells that fight disease.

Ankylosing Spondylitis Patient Education Center

Ankylosing Spondylitis Patient Education Center

AS is a form of arthritis that primarily affects the spine.

Multiple Sclerosis Patient Education Center

Multiple Sclerosis Patient Education Center

MS is an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system.

Cold + Flu: Protect Yourself

4 Innocent Reasons You Always Catch Colds1:03

4 Innocent Reasons You Always Catch Colds

Always reaching for the box of tissues? This could be why.

Can Chicken Soup Really Treat a Cold?0:47

Can Chicken Soup Really Treat a Cold?

True or false: You can slurp away the sniffles.

Can Whiskey Help You Beat a Cold?0:53

Can Whiskey Help You Beat a Cold?

Booze up to bust a cold? Not so fast.

Sleeping with a Bad Cold: 5 Home Remedies that Help0:55

Sleeping with a Bad Cold: 5 Home Remedies that Help

How can you rest if you can’t even breathe?

5 Foods You Should Always Eat When You Have a Cold1:17

5 Foods You Should Always Eat When You Have a Cold

Fight the common cold with these soothing foods.

9 Things You Don't Know About Tamiflu (but Should)1:29

9 Things You Don't Know About Tamiflu (but Should)

To Tamiflu or not to Tamiflu: Do you need an antiviral to fight the flu?

Is Antibacterial Soap More Effective Than Regular Soap?0:34

Is Antibacterial Soap More Effective Than Regular Soap?

Suds labeled “antibacterial” may be overrated.

Is It a Cold or Seasonal Allergies? Key Ways to Tell the Difference2:34

Is It a Cold or Seasonal Allergies? Key Ways to Tell the Difference

Colds and allergies can share similar signs. Here’s how to tell them apart.

The Critical Signs Your Kid’s Flu Is Serious0:59

The Critical Signs Your Kid’s Flu Is Serious

How to know if your child’s flu has taken a turn for the worse.

Ask a Trainer

Ask a Trainer: Is It Bad If I Hate Burpees?

Ask a Trainer: Is It Bad If I Hate Burpees?

Please, please, please let there be an alternative.

Ask a Trainer: Is It Bad to Do the Same Workout Two Days in a Row?0:59

Ask a Trainer: Is It Bad to Do the Same Workout Two Days in a Row?

“Your body thrives on variety, not speciality.” —Holly Rilinger, Nike master trainer

Ask a Trainer: How Many Times a Week Should I Work Out?1:29

Ask a Trainer: How Many Times a Week Should I Work Out?

Yes, there is such a thing as working out too much.

Ask a Trainer: What’s the Best Cardio: Bike, Treadmill, or Elliptical?1:26

Ask a Trainer: What’s the Best Cardio: Bike, Treadmill, or Elliptical?

Nike master trainer Holly Rilinger talks about what exercise machines give you the most cardio bang for your buck at the gym.

Ask a Trainer: How Many Times a Week Should I Strength Train?1:07

Ask a Trainer: How Many Times a Week Should I Strength Train?

Because an effective workout routine needs more than just cardio.

Ask a Trainer: What’s the Secret to Getting Rid of Back Fat?1:53

Ask a Trainer: What’s the Secret to Getting Rid of Back Fat?

Nike master trainer Holly Rilinger talks about what works—and what doesn’t—when it comes to losing back fat.

Ask a Trainer: What Foods Should I Eat Before and After a Workout?1:50

Ask a Trainer: What Foods Should I Eat Before and After a Workout?

“Post-workout nutrition is basically the most important meal of your day.” —Holly Rilinger, Nike master trainer

Ask a Trainer: Is It Better to Do Cardio or Strength Training First?1:04

Ask a Trainer: Is It Better to Do Cardio or Strength Training First?

Nike master trainer Holly Rilinger clears the air about this fitness head scratcher.

Ask a Trainer: If I Only Have 20 Minutes to Work Out, What Should I Do?1:52

Ask a Trainer: If I Only Have 20 Minutes to Work Out, What Should I Do?

Nike master trainer Holly Rilinger reveals how to get the most bang for your buck during a short workout.

Ask a Trainer: Should I Use Free Weights or Machines?

Ask a Trainer: Should I Use Free Weights or Machines?

Nike master trainer Holly Rilinger talks about the pros and cons of these forms of strength training.

HealthiNation Original Series

Ask a Nutritionist!

Ask a Nutritionist!

You wondered, we answered. Here, nutritionists shed light on your biggest healthy eating dilemmas.

Eating Out With Diabetes

Eating Out With Diabetes

Can you dine out with diabetes and still stick to your healthy diet? Here, registered dietitian Sharon Richter explains how to make nutritious choices while dining out.

Nail the Move

Nail the Move

Perfect your form at the gym as certified trainers Jennifer Jacobs and Armond Jordan demonstrate the correct technique for popular strength-training moves.

Charles Chen In The Kitchen

Charles Chen In The Kitchen

Wellness expert Charles Chen lost 100 pounds by changing his entire approach to food. Here’s how he did it.

Flow

Flow

In this fitness series, yoga instructor Elise Joan leads 10-minute yoga routines, each with its own focus and benefits. Find yoga routines tailored to boost your balance, strength, confidence, and more.

To Eat With Love

To Eat With Love

Trendy diets may come and go, but the Mediterranean diet is a long-time favorite among health experts.  In this series, nutritionist Fiorella DiCarlo, RD, CDN, cooks up easy, healthy recipes from all over the Mediterranean region.

Chef Tips

Chef Tips

Think you can’t cook as well as a pro? Think again! In this series, Chef Jason Fullilove reveals the restaurant secrets for making fresh, flavorful dishes that look as great as they taste. With these chef tips, you might develop a new love for the kitchen

Kitchen Tips

Kitchen Tips

Improve your skills and save time in the kitchen with these simple tips and tricks!

Just Get Started

Just Get Started

Trainer Rob Sulaver has created beginner, low impact workouts to help you Just Get Started. Rob adds some creativity and fun, using items in your home like the couch, your bed and the laundry detergent. You are officially out of excuses!

HIIT This

HIIT This

Trainers Rob Sulaver and Kara Liotta take you through High Intensity Interval Training. Each workout is a blast of energy you can do at home. Rob and Kara focus on all parts of your body, emphasizing correct form to take you from beginner to advanced.

Eating by Heart

Eating by Heart

Embrace a diet that consists of less fat, sugar and sodium… without denying flavor and enjoyment. Learn to make a variety of heart healthy dishes that includes salads, tacos and chicken recipes. Bask in the lighter side of eating well.

Kickstart Workouts

Kickstart Workouts

Certified trainer Holly Rilinger kicks you into shape with workouts you can do at the gym or at home! This new fitness series of instructional video workouts will target all areas of your body - working on your abs, legs, arms and beyond.

Clean Eating

Clean Eating

Clean eating is all about finding healthier alternatives to your favorite indulgent food. It’s not about limitations, but a lifestyle where you add healthy foods in. Join nutrition expert Arielle Haspel as she guides you through her Clean Eating favorites

Happy Belly

Happy Belly

Enjoy dietitian approved dishes for conditions that are easy on the belly. Get easy and delicious recipes, and tips on foods to avoid.

Diabetes Bites

Diabetes Bites

Registered Dietician Fiorella DiCarlo guides you through classic recipes healthy for a diabetic diet

Gluten Free Tasty

Gluten Free Tasty

Come explore the world of gluten free foods as our chefs share their diverse visions and backgrounds to create easy-to-prepare versions of your favorite foods.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Have you ever wondered if common health myths are actually true? Join our Chief Medical Editor Dr. Preeti Parikh as she debunks these myths and shares the medical facts in our new illustrated series "Did you Know?"

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