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  •  No Pool, No Problem! | Wellness magazine

    The colder months are the easiest time of the year to fall off the fitness wagon. Here, fitness, nutrition, and weight loss expert Warren Honeycutt offers some tips to help you maintain healthy habits as the weather gets colder.

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    Many people ask themselves why some have better skin than others and why do some people seem to always “glow” while others are so frustrated trying every solution on the market.  It is frustrating to some that no matter how hard they try and invest in expensive treatments there always seem to be an unending battle with our own skin.

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    Papaya is a delicious tropical fruit which has a great taste, mouthwatering flavor and great health benefits. Originally from the tropics of America the taste and its numerous health benefits made it popular in all the continents. 

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    Top U.S. Recreation Centers changing to meet students needs and expectations. Find out how...

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    From kindergartners to collegiates, students can struggle with disproportionate and random sweating that may drench clothing, ruin academic papers, make playing sports and musical instruments impossible, promote hiding and isolation behaviors, degrade self-esteem, and prompt bullying. Find 9 myths and truths about excessive sweating among students...

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  • Shape

    Many people can reduce cholesterol levels simply by changing what they eat. For example, if you are a fan of cheeseburgers, eating less meat (and leaner cuts) and more vegetables, fruits... Here are four steps for using your diet to lower your cholesterol.

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  • Shape

    Pilates was inspired by children’s flexibility, strength and ease of movement to study the phases of child development in which infants develop muscle control and core stability. Joseph Pilates used this knowledge as a basis to design and sequence his exercise program in a manner that parallels a child’s motor development.

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  • Health

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women. Women often experience heart disease differently than men. For example, men have more heart attacks than women, but women have a higher heart attack death rate. 

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  • Health

    Honey could be described as the ‘Nectar of the Gods’ for its historic uses for health, vitality, medicine, and beauty. In its most simple form, it is a healthy and characteristic natural sweetener; it is a widely used alternative to cane sugar. We should really appreciate the level of work put in by the amazing bees that produce our honey worldwide - it is thought that it may take around 160,000 bees to produce just one pound of honey!

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  • Eat well

    Exercise fuels us and energizes us; it provides an outlet for clearing out expired energy as well as keeping us fit and healthy. Fuelling ourselves for exercise means that we adopt the nutrition habits that fully support it and enhance our way of life. Here are a few ways that you can fire yourself up for your workouts and wellness.

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  •  How To Consume More Water By EATING It

    Contrary to popular belief, it is, in fact, possible to have your water and eat it too! In this article, I will show you 5 very easy ways to do exactly that.

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  • Health

    We strive for more of an external beauty in our youth, then as we ‘become’ we realize that true beauty is more of a measure of what is within. That being said, we should always aim to take the best possible care of our external appearance, it all amounts to self-love and self-care something that we should have at the forefront of our minds. How do you promote becoming a better you? Here are a few things to think about on that journey!

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    Fruits and vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. Your local markets carry a wide variety of nutritious fresh fruits and vegetables. As you enjoy fresh produce, follow these safe-handling tips to help protect yourself and your family.

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    Grapefruit juice and the actual grapefruit can be part of a healthy diet. Grapefruit has vitamin C and potassium—nutrients your body needs to work properly. But it isn’t good for you when it affects the way your medicines work.

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    The food supply in the United States is among the safest in the world. However, when certain disease-causing bacteria or pathogens contaminate food, they can cause food-borne illness, often called “food poisoning.” Consuming dangerous food-borne bacteria will usually cause illness within 1 to 3 days of eating the contaminated food. Know the Symptoms.

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    Your knee aches from time to time. Or maybe your fingers don't seem as nimble as they used to be. Is it osteoarthritis?

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  • Health

    Are you thinking about getting a “healthy tan” over vacation? Think again. Any increase in skin pigment (called “melanin”) is a sign of damage. While having fun in the sun, consider these five tips to make sure your trip is a healthy one. 

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    The science of detox is about the science of liver nutrition.  The human body has an amazing ability to cleanse itself of not only wastes created by the biochemical processes within the body but also toxins that originate from outside the body. 

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    As the temperatures rise and we prepare to kick off the 4 of July party and the backyard entertaining season, the bug experts from SC Johnson offer these helpful tips to help you enjoy summer entertaining and stay protected from the mosquitoes. 

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  • Travel

    Whether traveling for business or pleasure, travel can be challenging for your health. With a bit of planning and consciously making healthy choices over unhealthy ones, you can easily make a difference in how you feel when you return home: guilty or healthy.

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