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Friday November 28, 2014

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Decrease in Daily Salt Intake Linked to Lower Mortality Rates?

Decrease in Daily Salt Intake Linked to Lower Mortality Rates? Fewer deaths from stroke and heart disease due to lower sodium intake.

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The Power of Orange!

Arugula, Fennel, and Orange Salad Taste the sun with this juicy citrus fruit.

6 months ago

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Protect Your Brain With the Right Exercise

Protect Your Brain With the Right Exercise Aerobic exercise is identified as best for slowing dementia.

6 months ago

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All Natural May Not Be All Good When it Comes to Medications

All Natural May Not Be All Good When it Comes to Medications Patients are urged to use caution when combining natural supplements and medications.

6 months ago

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Doctors Questioning Widespread Use of Statins

Grilled Sirloin Steak with Mushroom-Wine Sauce Statin drugs may not prevent heart disease, but more meat and less sugar might!

6 months ago

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Cupcakes, The Perfectly Portioned Dessert!

Ricotta Lemon Cupcakes with Almond Skip the slicing and portioning, bake up a batch of these individually-sized little cakes today!

6 months ago

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Is There One Perfect Diet?

Is There One Perfect Diet? There is no specific diet that works best for everyone, and following a healthy lifestyle is the most important habit!

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Mentally Stimulating Jobs Protect Your Brain from Aging!

Mentally Stimulating Jobs Protect Your Brain from Aging! People who actively use their brains are less likely to experience cognitive decline as they age.

6 months ago

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How to Read the Label Right

How to Read the Label Right What are the labels on your favourite foods really telling you?

5 months ago

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Stay Young By Playing Tai Chi

Stay Young By Playing Tai Chi Tai Chi may lead to fountain of youth.?

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Avocado, The Creamy, Rich, Buttery Fruit

 Avocado Relish There is more to avocados than guacamole!

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Spit Out Your Chewing Gum

Spit Out Your Chewing Gum Before you unwrap that next stick of gum, think about the damage it could do to your health!

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Boost Your Energy by Chewing Food More!

 Boost Your Energy by Chewing Food More! Taking the time to chew your food thoroughly can boost the absorption of nutrients and even help you lose weight!

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Risk of Stroke Slashed with More Fruits and Veggies!

Risk of Stroke Slashed with More Fruits and Veggies! Simple dietary changes can have dramatic effects on your overall health.

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Busting Myths about Vitamin Supplements!

Busting Myths about Vitamin Supplements! Are vitamin supplements good for you?

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Heart Disease Risk and Aspirin Therapy: New Developments

Heart Disease Risk and Aspirin Therapy: New Developments Aspirin therapy may be indicated for more cardiac patients.?

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Why should You Eat More Chickpeas?

Star Anise and Date Masala Spiced Chickpeas Learn how to give your dishes a low-cost, high-quality protein boost with chickpeas!

7 months ago

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Reduce Stress with Self-Compassion

Reduce Stress with Self-Compassion How can being more compassionate toward yourself help you be healthier?

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Thinking of Skipping Breakfast to Cut Calories? Think Again!

Thinking of Skipping Breakfast to Cut Calories? Think Again! People who skip breakfast in an attempt to cut their daily caloric intake may be in for a big surprise when they realize that this bad habit only makes them more likely to overindulge throughout the day.

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Need to Eat Less Salt? Use Herbs and Spices!

Need to Eat Less Salt? Use Herbs and Spices! How can herbs and spices help you lower your sodium intake?

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Recipe Review

Oatmeal-Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

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These cookies were crispy on the outside, slightly soft in the inside, the kind of texture I love. I used 1 cup of each whole wheat flour and oat. Cranberries, chocolate chips and pecans made these cookies amazingly delicious, and I am glad that I added some pecans, which really gave the cookies some nuttiness and another layer of texture. Made them two days ago, and they were almost gone. Next time I will double the batch :)