Caroline Praderio, Prevention Magazine

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Past articles by Caroline:

Spinach Tomato Frittata Recipe

When you're craving breakfast for dinner, this 15-minute baked frittata recipe will become your new go-to dish. Make a double batch and reheat for breakfast. → Read More

Luke Perry died after having a stroke at age 52. Experts say strokes are becoming more common in younger adults.

“Riverdale” actor Luke Perry has died at age 52 after a stroke. → Read More

20-second exercise 'snacks' could actually improve your fitness, according to new research

A new study found that short, but intense, bouts of stair climbing a few times a week made participants fitter. → Read More

The US is in the danger zone for a 'demographic time bomb,' and the high cost of childcare could be partially to blame

A new government report found that the US birth rate fell once again in 2017, and that Americans still aren’t having enough babies to replace the current population. → Read More

A woman in a nursing home gave birth while in a vegetative state. Here's what to know about the condition.

A woman in a nursing facility who has been in a vegetative state for more than 10 years gave birth to a baby last month, prompting a sexual-assault investigation and a cascade of news reports. → Read More

I tried meditating with a $249 headband that gives real-time feedback on your brain activity. Here's what I thought.

I have long been intimidated by meditation. I’m terrible at letting go of thoughts that trouble me and my attention span is tragically short. Even the thought of sitting and doing nothing for a few minutes makes me restless. → Read More

Half of US adults who think they have a food allergy don't. Here's what they could have instead

Food intolerances are not the same as food allergies, but it seems a lot of people mistake one for the other. → Read More

Here's why you shouldn't try to 'detox' your liver with diets or pills in the new year

The idea of a detox is alluring in the first week of a new year. After the holiday onslaught of booze and decadent treats, detox diets and supplements appear to offer a fresh start – a way to erase all traces of overindulgence. → Read More

Bill Gates says we're no closer to eradicating polio than we were in 2017, and it's concerning

On Saturday, Microsoft founder Bill Gates released his annual “What I learned at work this year” letter – a blog post reflecting on a year’s worth of developments in the global issues he works to address. The 2018 edition spanned a variety of topics, from the fight against Alzheimer’s disease to a possible global flu epidemic that could kill millions. → Read More

A lion has escaped from an enclosure at a North Carolina wildlife non-profit and killed one person

A lion has escaped from its enclosure at a wildlife conservatory in North Carolina and attacked and killed a worker, Associated Press reported on Sunday. → Read More

Sorry, but superfood is a 'nutritionally meaningless term'

“Superfoods” are a nice idea. It’s comforting to think that kale or wild blueberries possess unsurpassed nutritional qualities that will improve your health and protect you from disease whenever you eat them. But beneath that comforting concept lies a disappointing reality: The term “superfood” is merely a marketing concept, Dr. Marion Nestle, nutrition and public health professor emerita at New… → Read More

A Chinese researcher claims that the first gene-edited babies have been born, and scientists are disturbed

A researcher in China has claimed he helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies, the Associated Press reported on Monday. → Read More

Pecan Pie, Sugar Cookies, and Other Holiday Desserts That Aren’t Worth the Calories

Whether you want to indulge in a fruit cake or a sugar cookie this holiday season, we consulted a top nutritionist about the best and worst holiday desserts. → Read More

These are the best pimple popping videos of 2018 — so far

Whether you love pimple and zit popping videos or gag even thinking about them, you have to concede that they have got staying power. The trend continues to flourish online, and the genre has even expanded to mainstream TV with the premiere of Dr. Pimple Popper‘s new TLC series earlier this summer. → Read More

We Tried the 5 Best Ways to Perfectly Peel a Hard-Boiled Egg

We tried several methods to peel hard-boiled eggs. Which rose to the occasion and which failed miserably? Find out now. → Read More

Screen time may not be that damaging to your kids' sleep, despite what you’ve been told

Digital devices are often believed to sap quality sleep, but a new study suggests that may not be the case for kids. → Read More

Here are year's best blackhead popping videos — so far

Some pimple-popping videos draw in viewers with the promise of gigantic skin aberrations, like lipomas the size of bowling balls and decades-old cysts as big as grapefruits. → Read More

A viral outbreak has killed 7 children in New Jersey — here's what to know about the illness

An outbreak of viral illness at a New Jersey medical facility has killed seven children and infected 11 more, TIME reported on Wednesday. → Read More

Trump's proposal to make an 'unchangeable' definition of sex based on genitals isn't backed by science — here's why

The Trump administration is considering establishing a legal definition of sex as an unchangeable quality based on a person’s genitals at birth, according to a report published Sunday by the New York Times. → Read More

Breastfeeding rooms are now required in all major US airports, thanks to a new law

Mothers travelling in the US will soon have more spaces to nurse or pump in private. → Read More