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New Research Trial Underway for Crohn's Disease

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Learn about a unique research trial underway that’s investigating SSIs to help treat Crohn’s disease.Do you know of someone with Crohn’s disease? This devastating disease has no known cure—yet. One in

What's On Your Plate?

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March is National Nutrition Month, making it a perfect time to rediscover the joy of cooking, change your eating habits, and make healthy food choices.It’s the perfect time for a food revolution. Marc

Supplement Dos and Don'ts

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For optimal absorption, and for safety, learn how to take your supplements properly with these tips.The use of nutritional supplements has increased significantly over the last decade. But as more peo

Can Hitting the Gym Really Help You Sleep Better?

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Long-term exercise can totally help with insomnia—but don\'t expect results right away.It’s long been thought that exercise can help you catch more Zs, but new research shows that it may take more time

Ashwagandha

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Ashwagandha is an ancient Ayurvedic herb that has many benefits. It not only increases energy levels, but it also reduces stress.Have you ever noticed that stress seems to push the pause button on you

Is Intermittent Fasting a Diet Craze or Legit Health Regimen?

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Is fasting and calorie restriction a safe way to maintain a healthy weight? We decode the research to find out.“Oh, not for me, thank you; it’s fast day.” You may have heard this phrase lately, and yo

The Heart Health Myths You Should Stop Believing

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Many commonly held beliefs about heart health are actually myths. You won\'t miss a beat when we get to the bottom of these 10 common heart health myths.Cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke

Men Should Do This Every Day to Help Prevent Heart Disease

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Want to help your guy lower his risk of cardiovascular disease? Make him laugh.Do you cringe as your guy tells another of his terrible jokes? You don’t have to like them, but they may be saving his li

Can Eating Too Much Salt Trigger Multiple Sclerosis?

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More bad news for salt lovers: not only is excess salt bad for your heart and your bones—it may also be connected to autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis.Though researchers have expressed ca

Nutritious Algae

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Discover two types of nutritious algae used as supplements: spirulina and chlorella.Algae—not a word normally associated with foods known to entice the appetite. But did you know that this ubiquitous
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Osteoporosis and Men

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Osteoporosis - it\'s not just a health concern for women. High salt, caffeine and alcohol intakes are contributing factors. Feed your bones to prevent osteoporosis.Osteoporosis—it’s a term that is more

#2013alive: Get Composting!

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Composting food and yard waste can reduce the amount of garbage going into the landfill by 40 percent.It’s Week 4 of July’s 12 Months of Wellness series. This week we’re continuing to develop eco-cons

#2013alive: Create a Game Plan and Make Your Dreams Reality

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It’s month 4, week 5 of our 12 Months of Wellness, and this week we’re creating a game plan to make our visions a reality.It’s month 4, week 5 of our 12 Months of Wellness, and this month we focus on

#2013alive: Get Ready to Clear Out the Clutter

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We’re preparing for week 2, month 5, of our 12 Months of Wellness - getting rid of the items we’ve sorted.This week, we’ve been busy sorting our clutter using the four-box method. We’ve divided items

#2013alive: Get Ready to Garden!

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We’re wrapping up week 2 of June’s 12 Months of Wellness. Next up: starting a garden - even a small one!For week 2 of June’s 12 Months of Wellness, we spent our lunch breaks outside. Now, we’re preppi