Become More Aware of What Goes Into Your Body
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Become More Aware Of What Goes Into Your Body

The saying “You are what you eat,” is often said as a reminder that eating badly or otherwise ingesting harmful things usually includes a cost. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to “become more aware of what goes into your body” and smarter about your diet and any

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5 Intimate Care Tips for Women
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5 Intimate Care Tips for Women

By Allegra Gallian – This post is sponsored by Lubrigyn, your ultimate ally for intimate care. Taking good care of your body is important. Regular exercise strengthens your muscles and bones. Reducing stress levels helps you stay healthy and happy. And bathing keeps your skin and hair fresh and clean.

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If You Have Lipedema, Weight Gain is a Disorder and Not Your Fault
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If You Have Lipedema, Weight Gain is a Disorder and Not Your Fault

By Joy Stephenson-Laws and the pH professional health care team – If you’ve ever felt like no amount of dieting and exercise works on your bottom half, read on. There’s a relatively common fat disorder called lipedema, often mistaken for simple obesity. It is estimated to affect 10 million to 17

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How Vitamin B12 Helps Prevents Memory Loss As You Age
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How Vitamin B12 Helps Prevent Memory Loss As You Age

By Joy Stephenson-Laws and the pH professional health care team – Did you know vitamin B12 is critical for brain function? When you don’t have enough of this essential vitamin — found in foods such as beef, fish and dairy products — you may start to experience mental decline, such as

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Tips to Stay Healthy During Cold Season
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Tips to Stay Healthy During Cold Season

By M’lou Walker, CEO, Matrixx Initiatives – This time of year, colds can be as unpredictable as the weather. Whether taking public transportation, shaking hands at business meetings or taking care of under-the-weather family members, it seems impossible to avoid a run-in with the notorious cold virus. As a CEO

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Reversing Heart Disease Naturally
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Reversing Heart Disease Naturally

By  Michelle Honda, Ph.D., D.Sc. – Cardiovascular disease ranks the number one killer in North America above all other diseases. Regardless of your age, whether you are 25 or 95, heart disease is reversible and preventable. The heart has basically become ill and needs to be restored – just as

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5 ways to make healthy habits last
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5 Ways to Make Healthy Habits Last

We’ve only kicked off 2017 and most people have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions. Healthier habits always look good on paper and sound good like good ideas, but they are typically easier said than done. Who doesn’t want to lose weight, improve spending habits or get more

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Creating a Life that Matters
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The Best Mobile Apps for Health and Fitness of 2017

By David Smith─ You don’t need to be a fitness junkie to take advantage of the array of health and fitness apps available to us. Especially so in the new year while those resolutions are still fresh, you will want to keep things going! We have looked at a few

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Healthy Meal Prep Ideas to Free Up Your Time

So you want to start eating healthy? Well, let me tell you a little a secret – preparation is the key to healthy meal eating. As Man’s Fitness reports, a recent study of more than 1,300 US adults published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine suggested that spending time

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3 Exercises That Keep Your Heart Young

By Demmy James— Are you over the age of 50 and wondering how you can improve your heart health through more than just a careful diet? If so, you are part of a large and growing number of women and men eager to discover new lifestyle routines that can support

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Bonnie Carroll

Healing Prevails Through 1941 Saturday Evening Post Story

By Bonnie Carroll— If we are lucky we have had amazing women in our family who loved us, taught us and inspired us to become the women we are today, and I am a member this lucky generational sorority of women sharing their truth. The Joyce girls who preceded me

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A Simple New Year’s Resolution: Fine Tune Your Attitude
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A Simple New Year’s Resolution: Fine Tune Your Attitude

When the New Year rolls around, most people set lofty goals—to lose weight, find a better paying job, finish a languishing project, but one way to fulfill many New Year’s resolutions is to start with a simple one: fine tune your attitude, says Dr. Noelle Nelson, author of The Power

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Resolving to Work Out More this Year? Follow These Tips to Stay Safe
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Resolving to Work Out More this Year? Follow These Tips to Stay Safe

By Dr. Charles Vega in partnership with McNeil Consumer Healthcare – It’s time for New Year’s resolutions. A physical fitness regimen is a perennial favorite among resolutions, which is wonderful. Exercise not only reduces body weight and burns fat, it can also lessen the stress and anxiety we feel. The

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Neutral Running Shoes
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Who Should Wear Neutral Running Shoes?

Choosing the right running shoes involves a lot more than simply walking into a store, trying on a few pairs, and buying the ones that fit the best. There are numerous options available that are designed to suit a wide range of foot types and running activities. If you’re serious

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6 Essential Vitamins You Should Start Taking After 50 Years Old
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6 Essential Vitamins You Should Start Taking After 50 Years Old

At the age of 50 and above, your body starts demanding for a tailored combination of minerals and vitamins in response to the changes that occur as a result of aging. Ideally, you can get these essential vitamins from your eating but again as a senior to maintain a healthy

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Five Tips for Boosting Your Immune System This Flu Season
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Five Tips for Boosting Your Immune System This Flu Season

By Dr. Kerri Miller – Stay hydrated: This is one of the most important steps to take in preventing and relieving cold and flu symptoms. Hydration is a key component to your body’s ability to create healthy cells and a strong immune system. Often times, when you’re experiencing cold and

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Kathy Carlton Willis
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Kathy Carlton Willis

The Quest for My Best Me

I like to joke that I’m the poster child when it comes to having all the obstacles to pursuing wellness through diet and exercise. Frequently, those who read about my weight-loss success say they wish they could achieve the same outcome, and then they offer up reasons (or are they

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