As we say goodbye to 2012, here’s a look back at the most popular health stories of the year from the One Medical blog. These are the stories you emailed, tweeted, liked, pinned, and talked about most. We’ve enjoyed sharing these stories with you, and are grateful for your support. We love to hear input from our readers. If you have feedback on what kind of health news coverage you’d like to see in 2013, please leave a comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From all of us at One Medical, best wishes for a healthy 2013!
10 Healthy Reasons to Drink Coffee
10 Healthy Eating Rules from Our Nutritionist
5 Surprising Sources of Sugar
5 Nutrition Lessons We Can Learn from Olympians
10 Everyday Superfoods
6 Convincing Reasons to Keep Carbs in Your Diet
6 Foods That Help Protect Your Skin
7 Steps to Mindful Eating 6 Benefits of Staying Hydated
8 Spices That Are Good for Your Health
5-Minute Breakfast Recipes
10-Minute Breakfast Recipes
4 Nutrients You Might Not Be Getting Enough Of
Can Going Gluten-Free Boost Athletic Performance?
Are Organic Foods Really Healthier?
Healthy Cooking Oils Buying Guide
Post-Holiday Purge? The Bottom Line on Detox Diets
Stress and Anxiety
How to Cope with Anxiety
Advice, Please: How Long Should I Be in Therapy?
5 Reasons to Start a Morning Meditation Practice
The Power of Breathing: 4 Pranayama Techniques Worth Practicing
Mild Psychological Distress May Shorten Your Life
Singing the Sunday Blues: How to Cope with Work Stress
Exercise and Fitness
5 Types of Yoga to Try Now
7 Reasons to Switch Up Your Workout
4 Fitness Lessons We Can Learn from Olympians
Stretch Yourself: Yoga for Back Pain
How to Exercise Safely During Pregnancy
Barefoot Running: The Debate Continues
Work Out at Work: 8 Mini Workouts You Can Do on the Job
Tips to Prevent and Reduce Jet Lag
Can High Heels Hurt You?
6 Tips for a Clear Complexion
6 Stretches to Combat Repetitive Stress
How to Lose the Pregnancy Weight: A Doctor’s Perspective
Green Guide to Spring Cleaning
What’s the Deal with Popping Joints?
Your Eyes After 40: What’s Normal and What’s Not
How to Soothe Dry Eyes
Hair Removal Guide: Which Method Is Right for You?
Health Headaches: Why Do We Avoid Our Doctors?
Does Alcohol Increase Your Risk of Breast Cancer?
Prostate Cancer Screening: Is It Worth the Risk?
New Guidelines for Cervical Cancer Screening
Rape and Pregnancy in the News
Bath Salts: A New Epidemic of Drug Use
Why Your Doctor Doesn’t Want to X-Ray Your Back
Does Terror Lurk in Your Neti Pot?
Marijuana Usage May Affect IQ in Teens
Preventing HIV Infection with Truvada
The Skinny on the New Weight-Loss Drugs
The New Outbreak of Hantavirus: No Need to Run for Cover
Baby Boomers and Hepatitis C
FDA Approves At-Home Test for HIV
The Link Between Blood Type and Heart Disease
Do Multivitamins Fight Cancer?
Quirky Questions: Why does coffee make me poop?
Quirky Questions: Can sugar really make kids hyperactive?
Quirky Questions: Why is yawning contagious?
Quirky Questions: Are deodorants and antiperspirants unhealthy?
Quirky Questions: Does biting my fingernails cause them to grow faster?
Quirky Questions: How much body heat do I really lose through my head?
Quirky Questions: Do we really only use 10% of our brains?
Quirky Questions: Do stinky feet signify a health problem?
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