- By Laurel Kelly
Consumer Health: Fitness on a budget
Fitness for less: Low-cost ways to stay in shape
Want to stay fit without breaking the budget? Don't let gym membership costs keep you from working out. There are lots of affordable — and even free — ways to get exercise every day. These ideas can help you get started.
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Energy drinks: Do they really boost energy?
Most energy drinks contain large amounts of caffeine, which can provide a temporary energy boost. Some energy drinks contain sugar and other substances, as well. The boost is short-lived, however, and may be accompanied by other problems. Learn more from Katherine Zeratsky, a Mayo Clinic registered dietitian nutritionist.
Breast milk storage: Do's and don'ts
If you're breastfeeding and using a breast pump to reserve extra milk, it's important to know how to safely handle and store your expressed milk. Consider these do's and don'ts for breast milk storage.
Antidepressants and weight gain
Weight gain is a possible side effect of nearly all antidepressants. However, each person responds to antidepressants differently. Some people gain weight when taking a certain antidepressant, while others don't. Learn more from Dr. Daniel Hall-Flavin, a Mayo Clinic psychiatrist.
Decluttering your space could make you healthier and happier
Extra stuff isn't just messy. It could be holding you back from living your best life. Some research suggests that decluttering can positively affect your well-being as much as your physical space. Here's what you need to know.