Expert: Princess Diana died of a tiny injury which should never have killed her
The U.K.’s top forensic pathologist has said that Princess Diana died due to a tiny tear to a vein in one of her lungs, and would almost certainly have survived the 1997 Paris car crash that killed her had she been wearing a seat beltThe Daily Beast Health & Fitness
I got a mastectomy after a genetic test. Then I learned the results were wrong.
I was 18 when I first heard Baz Luhrmann's musical version of Mary Schmich'sessay "Wear Sunscreen." I felt it had a special meaning in relation to mylife, but at the time, I couldn't pinpoint exactly how or why. It simply spoketo me. And, it turns out, the song's lyrics -- "the real troubles in your lifeare apt to be things that never cross your worried mind, the kind thatblindside you at 4 p.m. on some idle Tuesday" ― became all too real for...HuffPost Health & Fitness
This is the best exercise to pump up aging muscles
For decades, competitive athletes have used high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to improve their performance. Now this exercise approach—alternating brief periods of intense exercise with short recovery breaks—has caught on with people of all ages and fitness levels.Mediafeed Health & Fitness
Why rewatching your favorite shows is good for your mental health
There's science behind your "The Office" binges: According to a study published by The University of Chicago, exposing our minds to the same content repeatedly makes it easier for our brains to process what's going on within the series.PopSugar Health & Fitness