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Wake up, people: You're fooling yourself about sleep, study says

Sandee Lamotte, CNN  |  Posted Apr 16th - 1:54am

Hey, sleepyheads. What you believe about sleep may be nothing but a pipe dream.

S. Korean babies born Dec. 31 become 2-year-olds next day

Hyung-Jin Kim, Associated Press  |  Posted Apr 12th - 9:04am

Just two hours after Lee Dong Kil's daughter was born on New Year's Eve, the clock struck midnight, 2019 was ushered in, and the infant became 2-years-old. She wasn't alone, though it happened for her quicker than most: Every baby born in South Korea last year became 2 on Jan. 1.

Interviewing for a new job? Here's the best time to bring up salary

Kathryn Vasel, CNN Business  |  Posted Apr 11th - 8:38pm

When interviewing for a job, you want to enthusiastically spout off your skills and the value you can bring to the company.

Dietitians' favorite desserts: A lesson in being flexible with your food

Rose Mattson, Contributor  |  Posted Apr 10th - 8:40pm

Why is it important to be flexible with your food choices? A diet that supports overall health and wellness is flexible. Decreasing stress, increasing sustainability and enjoying your food are all important aspects of well-being.

Coach Kim: How to handle homework meltdowns

Kim Giles, Contributor  |  Posted Apr 8th - 7:01am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares tips to help kids who may struggle with school succeed.

An hour of activity may keep disability away, new research shows

Denise Powell, CNN  |  Posted Apr 7th - 9:06pm

Losing the ability to move and perform the activities of daily life can lead to a loss of independence and even be deadly, so researchers are focusing on preventing conditions that can lead to disability.

Study: Poor diet behind most deaths worldwide

Sandee Lamotte, CNN  |  Posted Apr 5th - 8:41pm

Which risk factor is responsible for more deaths around the world than any other? Not smoking. Not even high blood pressure. It's a poor diet.

What is oat milk and is it healthy?

Brittany Poulson, Contributor  |  Posted Apr 4th - 8:39pm

What is oat milk? Is it healthy and should I be drinking it? We did a little digging to find out more about the latest plant-based beverage and how it might fit into your diet.

Forget kibbles: US sales of fresh pet food are soaring

Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press  |  Posted Apr 4th - 10:12am

Kibbles for Fido? Nope. These days he's getting diced chicken with sweet potatoes and spinach.

Eat these nutrients to support your thyroid

Elise McVicar, Contributor  |  Posted Apr 3rd - 8:38pm

The thyroid is a small gland that makes and stores key hormones that affect metabolism, mood, energy levels, heart rate and bone health. Nine key nutrients are explained to help support a healthy thyroid and recipes included to boost your intake!

Ogden's Restaurant Week is coming up; here's what you need to know

Nakisha Rigley, KSL  |  Posted Apr 3rd - 8:55am

The week to celebrate Ogden's local and independently owned restaurants is coming soon! Here is all you need to know about Ogden Restaurant Week this year.

Coach Kim: How to cope with a very difficult boss

Kim Giles, Contributor  |  Posted Apr 1st - 7:01am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim shares some techniques for making work more bearable when you have a difficult boss.

FDA proposes changes to mammography standards for first time in more than 20 years

Debra Goldschmidt, CNN  |  Posted Mar 31st - 7:42pm

The US Food and Drug Administration announced proposed changes to mammography standards last week.

Gluten-free diet not healthy for everyone

Lisa Drayer, CNN  |  Posted Mar 31st - 3:44pm

There was a time when gluten, a mixture of proteins found in wheat, rye and barley, was something of a foreign term. Not many people had heard of it, and the few who needed to avoid it found meals to be extremely challenging.

How to buy budget friendly produce and eat it before it goes bad

Danielle Billat, Contributor  |  Posted Mar 28th - 8:40pm

It can be so frustrating to buy produce only to see it go to waste because you forgot about it or didn't have any idea how to prepare it. Here are some easy tips to help you save on produce and make sure you use it before it goes bad.

Calories in vs. calories out: Is there more to that equation?

Emily Fonnesbeck, Contributor  |  Posted Mar 27th - 8:34pm

For years, health professionals have tried to boil nutrition down to calories in and calories out, particularly when discussing concerns about weight. It seems appealing to make it that clear-cut but is it accurate?

To glam or not to glam soon after giving birth

Leanne Italie, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 26th - 8:15pm

With another royal baby on the horizon, the debate over perfection during labor and just hours after giving birth looms large for some women, especially on social media.

Physician groups call for taxes and regulations on kids' access to sugary drinks

Jacqueline Howard, CNN  |  Posted Mar 25th - 8:17pm

Physicians' groups have long taken a stand against high consumption of sugary drinks in the United States — and now they are calling for several policies to limit access to sugar-sweetened beverages among children and teens.

Coach Kim: Is your ego driving your behavior?

Kim Giles, Contributor  |  Posted Mar 25th - 7:01am

In this edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim explains what ego is, how it functions and how not to let it drive your life.

Kale joins the ranks of the annual 'Dirty Dozen' pesticide list

Denise Powell, CNN  |  Posted Mar 21st - 8:36pm

Kale, that popular green of the health conscious, has joined the ignoble list of 12 fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residues, according to the Environmental Working Group. The last time kale was on the list was in 2009 when it was ranked eighth. Strawberries and spinach took the top two spots again this year, respectively, followed by kale.