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How Washingtonians are losing weight—and keeping it off.
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The Sterling studio turns off the lights and turns up the music.
View CommentsJul 23, 2014 at 11:40 AM | By Dora Grote
This registered dietitian proves quick and easy doesn’t have to mean sacrificing nutrition or taste.
View CommentsJul 22, 2014 at 11:45 AM | By Francesca Saunders
Between reporting on food and nutrition and feeding her three children, see how she manages to maintain a healthy diet.
View CommentsJul 15, 2014 at 01:30 PM | By Tanya Pai
Options for every day of the week.
View CommentsJul 14, 2014 at 12:25 PM | By Dora Grote

Special report: Because of nationwide shortages, Washington hospitals are rationing, hoarding, and bartering critical nutrients premature babies and other patients need to survive. Doctors are reporting conditions normally seen only in developing countries, and there have been deaths. How could this be allowed to happen?

How to choose your doctors, websites you can trust, advice from survivors, and other resources to help you or a loved one get through treatment.

Washingtonians aren’t asking doctors to make them look 20 years younger but to do something subtle—take, say, five or ten years off. That, experts say, is easier than ever.

My symptoms included rashes, discomfort, and anxiety. I was surprised to discover the culprit: the gluten in my food.

Features

From major padding to sustainable materials, these new designs pack features that claim to make you a better runner.
Boating in DC will have kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and pedal boats available for rent.
A new study shows a correlation between a plant-based diet and reduced risk of hypertension.
But the company won’t fess up to any wrongdoing.
What causes those annoying dimples on thighs and hips? And what’s really effective in treating them?
Fool even your most fashionable girlfriends with these printed leggings, cozy jackets, and cute tops.