Only 2.7 percent of the U.S. adult population live a “healthy lifestyle”

A new study finds that less than 3% of the population are sticking to a healthy llifestyle.

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Good diet. Moderate exercise. A recommended body fat percentage. Not smoking. Odds are, you're not doing it right.

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Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler just opened a home for abused and neglected girls.

“We wouldn’t be here at all if it wasn’t for Steven and his dream.”

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Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler has a musical legacy that will live on for years to come. But his latest venture might just leave an even bigger impact in the lives of vulnerable young women.

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Artist Hassan Hajjaj creates portraits to support LA’s Skid Row.

Introducing the Heroes and Sheroes postcard campaign.

Best known for his ability to transform his subjects using custom made garments and his relationship to re-imagining contemporary Moroccan culture, artist Hassan Hajjaj has been dubbed the ‘Andy Warhol of Marrakech.’ And for good reason.

Hajjaj’s colorful, unique portraiture draws attention to everyday heroes.

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Why Mister Rogers’ Message Of Love And Kindness Is Good For Your Health

Love and kindness truly are healthful, and people who express them regularly really do lead healthier lives.

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The release of the Mister Rogers documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” calls to mind the essential message of Rogers’ long-running children’s program, “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Fred McFeely Rogers, who died in 2003, was also an ordained Presbyterian minister. Over the course of three decades on public broadcasting, he brought to millions of children what his faith’s General Assembly referred to as “unconditional love.”

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