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  • Cut sugar from your diet
    Small ways to cut sugar from your diet
    Guess what! Sugar is not only consumed in chocolate and ice cream! True story. It is hidden in the little things we eat every day too. Reading labels is the best way to find out if what you are eating has sugar in it and if it does how much is in...
  • Patriotic balsamic berries
    The easiest 4th of July food ever--red, white, blue and healthful, too
    It’s the Fourth of July weekend, and you’re thinking red, white and blue. It’s summer, and the living is easy – or so it should be. The heat is on, and guests are in town, and you’ve got some time off, but you&rsquo...
  • Alcoholism eye color study, could you be at risk?
    Alcoholism eye color study, could you be at risk?
    A scientific study has revealed that your eye color could determine if you could be at a higher risk of alcoholism according to a Thursday, July 2 report from Fox News. Scientists have linked blue eyes with alcoholism and stated that the link...
  • Peanuts
    Food allergies and fitting in on field trips
    Parents of kids with food allergies are doubly concerned when field trips come into the picture. Safety is first, of course. Food allergies can be especially difficult in other ways for kids too. It's important for them to fit in with their...
  • Autism may be detectable with a smell test
    Autism is detectable with a smell test
    Children with autism do not respond to odors or a change in smells like other children. This difference may lead to the use the first nonverbal means of identifying children with autism at as early an age as possible. The discovery was reported by...
  • nurse drop newborn baby
    Nurse drops newborn baby, fractures infant's skull
    A nurse drops a newborn baby, fracturing the infant's tiny skull in the process. Now, police want to know exactly how the injury happened, but they don't believe it was intentional. The incident took place atUniontown Hospital in...
  • Study finds statins make women aggressive but not men
    Study finds statins make women aggressive but not men
    The statin drugs that have been used for decades to lower cholesterol levels have had inconclusive research that correlated the use of statins with aggression or death. Dr. Beatrice A. Golomb and colleagues from the University of California at San...
  • CrossFit sex
    Study finds that CrossFit leads to more sex for singles
    According to Match.com's annual Singles in America study, CrossFit's brand of high intensity functional movements lead to more sex for singles compared to singles who do any other form of workout.If you're the type that claims that sex...
  • Fishers
    Fish--a food of the Bible for physical and spiritual health
    FishJesus performed several miracles with fish, and ate fish on more than one occasion in the Bible. There was the feeding of the 5,000 in Matthew 14. Similarly there was a feeding of 4,000 people with just a few fish and loaves of bread in...
  •  Caitlyn Jenner family and friends reveal health concern that could prove deadly
    Caitlyn Jenner family and friends reveal health concern that could prove deadly
    Caitlyn Jenner has family and close friends very concerned about some major health concerns that could cost Caitlyn Jenner her life according to a June 27 report from Radar Online. It is no secret that Caitlyn Jenner has forked over a large amount...
  • Turmeric
    Turmeric is useless unless combined with this spice
    For thousands of years, turmeric has been used for medicinal purposes all over the world and over the past 25 years, over 3000 papers have been published on its medicinal benefits. This bright yellow spice has been used medicinally to treat and...
  • YOGA EVENT: Solstice in Times Square
    Commando workouts? Fitness guru Dolvett Quince shares his expertise
    Dolvett Quince is a best-selling author and a trainer on “The Biggest Loser”. He lent his expertise to Cottonelle during the Solstice in Times Square on Sunday, June 21, to help settle a long-standing debate among yogis and fitness...
  • Homemade spaghetti squash
    Health benefits of replacing pasta with spaghetti squash
    It’s no secret that spaghetti squash is one of the most popular health trends these days, but what exactly are the benefits of replacing traditional pasta dishes with this low-carb vegetable?If you’re looking to cut carbohydrates from...
  • Self-love is all shapes and sizes
    Beautiful at any size: Body acceptance and weight loss, part 1
    Can a woman love herself skinny? This two part series will examine our societal shift towards body acceptance and how negative body images in the media effect a woman’s perspective on the health of her body.Saying that a woman should love...
  • Flu vaccine outsmarted in 2015 by flu mutation
    Flu vaccine outsmarted in 2015 by flu mutation
    The reason that the flu season in 2014 and 2015 was worse than expected is all attributed to a mutation of the H3N2 flu virus. Scott Hensley led a team of researchers from the Wistar Institute in making the discovery and preparing a regimen that...
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