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Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

California Health Officials Issue Advisory on Cell Phones

California Health Officials Issue Advisory on Cell Phones

Do you sometimes keep your cell phone in your pocket, wear it on your belt, or even store it in your bra? According to the state of California’s Department of Public Health, those would all be a bad idea. The agency has…

Can Your WiFi Router Cause Cancer?

Can Your WiFi Router Cause Cancer?

Recently, the World Health Organization, composed of 180 scientists and doctors from 35 countries, decided to classify electromagnetic frequencies as a Group 2B (possible) carcinogen. In other words, these experts have reason to strongly suspect that EMFs, as they are called, could…

10 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Pounds

10 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Pounds

The holidays are a time for gifts and surprises… But most of us don’t want any “surprises” when we step on the scale in January! Use these ten tips to celebrate wisely, and avoid gaining unwanted pounds throughout the holiday season. Avoid…

A Single Answer to Many Financial Dilemmas

A Single Answer to Many Financial Dilemmas

If you’re like most people, you probably watched members of previous generations retire comfortably after long, stable careers that provided sufficient income for decades. For many of us, such a simple life path seems to be a relic of the past. Today…

The Surprising Factor That Can Impact Your Health

The Surprising Factor That Can Impact Your Health

When we talk about health, most people assume we’re discussing physical wellness. But there is more than one type of health, and they’re more deeply linked than you might believe. Scientists have only just begun to explore the connection between mind and…

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Use Social Media to Get Fit and Have Fun
Use Social Media to Get Fit and Have Fun

It’s easy to imagine that hundreds of years ago, people didn’t have to go out of their way to “get in shape”. After all, most lives were spent farming, hunting for food, or engaged in other forms of physical labor. But these…

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What is Causing You to Lose Sleep?
What is Causing You to Lose Sleep?

You worked a ten-hour day, ran errands after work, cooked dinner and cleaned the kitchen, and got ready for bed. But even though you should feel exhausted, you’re still wide awake. You watch the clock for hours, knowing tomorrow will be a…

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Healthy “On the Go” Snacks
Healthy “On the Go” Snacks

Summer is prime time for road trips and family vacations, but it can be difficult to stick to a healthy diet when you’re traveling. With vending machines and convenience stores around every corner, temptation seems to lurk everywhere! Regardless, you can stay…

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Protect Yourself From This Invisible Carcinogen
Protect Yourself From This Invisible Carcinogen

When you think of protecting your health, or the health of your close family members, what do you picture? Maybe you think of seat belts and car seats, avoiding junk food and fast food drive-throughs, or even protective measures against natural disasters….

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Tweak Your Habits to Increase Your Income
Tweak Your Habits to Increase Your Income

It’s often said that success is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration. So what accounts for all of that perspiration? Generally speaking, it’s hard work, attention to detail… and good habits. In fact, good habits account for everything from work ethic,…

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5 Steps to Ditching Soda
5 Steps to Ditching Soda

If you’re like most people, you might be drinking anywhere from a hundred to a thousand calories per day, via your favorite brand of soda. Or, perhaps you’ve switched to diet soda, but you’re now rightfully concerned about the health effects of…

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Does Sweat Really Equal Weight Loss?
Does Sweat Really Equal Weight Loss?

You’ve just returned from your morning run, breathing heavily and dripping sweat, and you step on the bathroom scale. Hooray! You’ve just lost another pound. Or did you? We often see a difference on the scale immediately after a good workout. But…

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Eleven Alarming Effects of Dehydration
Eleven Alarming Effects of Dehydration

You hear it all the time: Drink at least eight glasses of water every day. And yet, many of us are walking around chronically dehydrated, partially because we ignore this advice, and sometimes because we replace water with other drinks (sodas) which…

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