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Boomer Women Prove They Can Dine Out And Still Lose Weight

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It may not be the best strategy to stay up late and cram. A new study finds that when teens don't get the sleep they need, all kinds of things can go poorly. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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High School Daze: The Perils Of Sacrificing Sleep For Late-Night Studying

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Coffee Is The New Wine. Here's How You Taste It

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Got Heartburn? Maybe You Should Rethink Your Drink

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Thriving Gut Bacteria Linked To Good Health

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Nightly Glass Of Wine May Protect Boomer Women's Bones

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Packages of Activa yogurt, which contain probiotics, on a grocery shelf in Chicago. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Confusion At The Yogurt Aisle? Time for Probiotics 101

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Pie-Making 101: How I Overcame My Fear Of Crumbling Crust

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