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Heather Finn is the assistant web editor at DrOzTheGoodLife.com. When she's not busy writing and surfing the web (for work, of course), you can find her searching for the best chai in NYC or taking far too many pictures of her pet rabbit, Sandy.

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Want to Eat Less Junk Food? Serve It to Yourself
A new study suggests that dishing up your own unhealthy foods might actually help you eat less of 'em.
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98-Year-Old Yoga Teacher Shares Her Secrets for Healthy Aging
'When you are in touch with the breath, there is no such thing as age.'
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Ad Featuring Plus-Size Triathlete Krista Henderson Is the New Year's Motivation We Needed
'This body is changing the game.'
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Oprah Says Giving Up This One Thing Is What Helped Her Lose 42 Pounds
You're so going to want to steal this simple weight-loss secret.
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20 Ways to Make 2017 the Year You Finally Lose the Weight
Excuses are so 2016.
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23 Totally Achievable New Year's Resolutions
You've so got this.
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21 Cold and Flu Myths You Need to Stop Believing
Get your facts straight and you'll be able to fend off the flu like a pro.
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This Woman's Viral Facebook Post Proves That Pant Sizes Are Pointless
So your pants range in size from a 6 to a 16? That's totally normal.
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Researchers Find Link Between Autism and Vitamin D Deficiency During Pregnancy
It might be time to add more D-licious foods to your prenatal grocery list.
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6 Gifts That Are the Most Likely to Make People Happy
A new study has identified a certain type of gift that's more likely to put a smile on your loved ones' faces.
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Want to Be Happier? Get Creative, Study Suggests
Cooking, crafting, coloring — the possibilities are endless!
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Men Have Biological Clocks, Too — And It's Time They Started Listening to Them
Fertility is ageist, not sexist.
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There Might Be a Way to 'Stress-Proof' Your Memory, According to New Research
It's a trick that helps improve memory in old age, too.
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Rihanna and Prince Harry Took an HIV Test Together on World AIDS Day
Now this is important celebrity news.
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Meet the Bikers Who Deliver Breast Milk to Preemies in Need
This is beyond brilliant.
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This 75-Year-Old Cancer Patient Who Was Given 5 Years to Live Just Finished His 100th Marathon
'There's no such thing as a finish line.'
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Sexist Men Might Be More Likely to Have Mental Health Problems, Study Suggests
Today in Tell Women Something They Don't Know...
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2016's Biggest Health Questions, Answered
From hygge to Zika, 2016 has kept us on our toes.
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Why Spending Time Outside — Especially in the Winter — Is So Important for Your Mental Health
The link between our moods and sunlight may be even stronger than previously thought, a new study suggests.
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What Your Birth Year Might Say About Your Flu Risk
A new study's findings go against what experts have believed for decades.
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