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What's for dinner? How about this healthy twist on a comfort food fave!

Whether the groundhog saw his shadow or not, many of us are still in winter mode and that means lots of hearty soups. We’ve adapted a recipe from Cooking Light that provides all the comfort food basics without the comfort food fat and calories. This soup features two cruciferous veggie superstars: b...
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How can you lose weight without dieting? Mini-fasts or intermittent fasting is another “old” concept that is “new” again. Think about it this way: Paleolithic man almost certainly did not have access to daily 2,500-calorie diets rich in carbohydrates and fat. For millennia of human history, our ance...
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Most of us are aware of the dangers of excessive sugar such as weight gain and type 2 diabetes. We have cut down on obvious culprits like gooey desserts and sugar-laden sodas. However, you might be surprised to learn this ubiquitous ingredient (under sneaky pseudonyms) can be found in a host of "hea...
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For those avoiding a painful and scary lumbar puncture, a blood test might tell them what kind of neurodegenerative disorder they have.
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Eating foods containing vitamin C has been linked to lower risk of heart disease and stroke. Here are the benefits of loading up on vitamin C.
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Happy Valentines Day! Treat your heart well today...

Heart disease is still the number one killer of both men and women. The good news: It can often be prevented. While keeping your heart healthy is serious business, it can also be fun. In honor of American Heart Month, we’ve put together five surprisingly enjoyable ways for you to show your heart som...
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Alzheimer's is sometimes called Type 3 diabetes. Here's why.
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Tiny air pollution particles -- the type that mainly comes from power plants and automobiles -- may greatly increase the chance of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. Scientists and engineers found that older women who live in places with fine particulate matter exceeding the US Environmental P...
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Closely monitoring your diet is an important part of diabetes management. Here are 11 foods to avoid if you have diabetes or prediabetes.
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Another reason to take Juvenon daily. Here's the science behind L-carnitine and how it can increase lean muscle mass as we age.

Supplementation with a novel L-carnitine formulation may increase lean muscle mass and leg strength in healthy older adults compared to placebo, says a new study.
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Science finds speaking a second language or more may protect the aging brain from Alzheimer's disease.
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Mushrooms may actually protect the brain against neurodegenerative diseases.
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If you’ve read up on chronic inflammation, you know the foods that are the biggest promoters, including sugar, dairy and pretty much anything fried or filled with trans-fats. However, did you know that there are some tasty foods that actually can help? It’s true; researchers have discovered you coul...
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Scientists have identified a gene that may provide a new starting point for developing treatments for Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The USP9 gene has an indirect influence on the so-called tau protein, which is believed to play a significant role in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. This discovery may o...
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New research has suggested that individuals who live within 160 feet of a major road may be at increased risk for dementia later in life.
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Brrr ... how to deal with your toughest winter skin care issues

By Ann Lindemann, Senior Health Writer Depending on which part of the country you reside, this winter has been a cold one and you may be faced with itchy, dry winter skin. It stands to reason that with less moisture in the air, there is less moisture in your skin. And where do you go when it’s cold?...
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