Got 10 Minutes? This Kettlebell Workout Only Has 3 Exercises

This article originally appeared on Life by Daily Burn. It’s time to show up to your workout with bells on — and we’re not just talking about your enthusiasm. Kettlebells deliver a unique and powerful workout that’s hard to mimic with other equipment. Just take it from Dara Theodore, a lead trainer for Daily Burn’s new DB10 program (now […]

One Bottle of This Face Oil Sells Every 20 Seconds

This article originally appeared on InStyle.com.  It's easy to wax poetic over the benefits of rosehip oil—it's jam-packed with antioxidants, can help soothe redness from acne flare-ups, and since it extends the life of your cell membranes, signs of aging slow down at a rapid pace. Plus, it generally just smells fantastic, and the scent […]

Instagram Is Obsessed With Home-Raised Chickens. But Are Their Eggs Really Healthier?

If you spend any time on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed that chickens are trendy. Celebs like Reese Witherspoon, Oprah, and Gisele and Tom Brady keep their own fowl, and the IG tag #backyardchickens has over half a million posts. So what’s the deal? Are farm fresh (or yard fresh) eggs actually better for you? The […]

We Want You!—Here’s How to Become a Health.com Contributor

At Health.com, our goal is to deliver up-to-the-minute news on all the latest trends in the wellness world—and we want your help. We're looking for writers to join our new contributor network. As a Health.com contributor, you'll receive story pitches from our editors straight to your inbox, your byline will appear on Health.com, and you […]

The $16 Sunscreen Jennifer Lopez Wears on Vacation

This article originally appeared on People.com.  If anyone knows how to pair high-fashion pieces with amazing affordable finds, it’s Jennifer Lopez. Jenny from the Block’s been looking really chic as she plays tourist with baseball star boyfriend Alex Rodriguez on the couple’s romantic Parisian getaway, where she’s been wearing everything from Topshop to Gucci. And she […]

50 Ways to Use All of Your Vacation Days This Year

This article originally appeared on Travelandleisure.com.   America has a vacation problem. Or a not-taking-vacation problem, to be more precise. Last year, 54 percent of U.S. workers left an astounding 662 million vacation days unused, according to The State of American Vacation study from Project: Time Off. The reason why all of those days were […]

More People Are Taking Vitamin D Than Ever. Here’s Why That Might Be Risky

[brightcove:4663775862001 default] More people are taking vitamin D supplements today than they were 20 years ago, but that’s not necessarily a good thing. According to a new paper published today in JAMA, more than 18% of the population gets excess vitamin D—and more than 3% takes doses so high they could be dangerous. Vitamin D […]

Why Do I Hate the Sound of My Own Voice?

This article originally appeared on Time.com.  Have you ever recoiled at the sound of your own voicemail greeting, startled by what should be the most familiar of voices—your own? If so, then you’re not alone. It’s common to dislike the way your voice sounds in recordings, experts say. Here’s why. You hear your own voice […]