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  1. Losing weight? Be sure to pack a healthy, satisfying lunch

    Losing weight? Be sure to pack a healthy, satisfying lunch
    One of the most effective ways to lose or maintain weight, according to researchers, is to avoid going out to restaurants for lunch. Experts including Dr. Oz and Dr. Weil agree that for all but the most iron-willed patrons, restaurants tend to be minefields of diet disaster. For those of us who work in office jobs, this can be a...
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  2. Buy Organic: Avoid these “Dirty Dozen” Fruits and Veggies

    Buy Organic: Avoid these “Dirty Dozen” Fruits and Veggies
    We’re all doing our best to eat more fruits and vegetables these days, but it’s no secret that the cost of food is a real concern in this tight economy. In an ideal world, every piece of fresh produce we buy would be organic. But for some large families or seniors on fixed incomes, this isn’t always possible. Thankfully, the...
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  3. The challenge of making happiness last

    The challenge of making happiness last
    One of the hallmarks of being human, it seems, is that tendency to always want more – no matter how much we have. Now scientists studying this phenomenon have found that the stronger it is, the more fleeting is our ability to find, and maintain, happiness as a state of being. Think of the adage, “Happiness isn’t getting what you...
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  4. Tell Us Your Healthy Living Story

    We want to hear about how you live a natural healthy lifestyle. Tell us about your favorite vitamins or supplements, how you first learned about health supplements, why you are a fan of IVL Products, how you love Yoga.....etc. Your stories will be reviewed and may be edited based on the following rules: No claims. The FDA and FTC have...
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  5. Foods Which are Good for You, Bad for Your Pet

    Do you like to share your dinner with your pet? Does your dog look forward to the table scraps at the end of your meal? Feeding “human” foods to pets can be healthy for them and a fun way to bond. But there are certain foods that, while they’re good for us, they can be extremely harmful to our pets...
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  6. Healthy Recipes: Tomato Barley Soup

    Healthy Recipes: Tomato Barley Soup
    Here is a tasty, healthy soup that will warm you from the inside out on a cold winter day. It’s low-calorie (only 129 calories per serving) and loaded with nutrients! Ingredients 1 cup chopped onions 1 cup chopped celery 1 cup chopped carrots 2 teaspoons minced garlic 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 1/2 cups water 2 tomatoes, diced 1 (14.5...
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  7. Video Blog: Exercising: Getting In Shape With These Simple Steps

    Video Blog: Exercising: Getting In Shape With These Simple Steps
    Exercising: Getting In Shape With These Simple Steps
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  8. Brain Injuries in Preterm Infants

    Brain Injuries in Preterm Infants
    LOW BLOOD AND OXYGEN FLOW DISRUPTS MATURATION OF DEVELOPING BRAIN CELLS In a recent study published online, physician-scientists at Oregon Health & Science University Doernbecher Children's Hospital have challenged a view long held by pediatric neurologists about brain injury in the preterm infant. They report that ischemia or reduced blood and oxygen flow to the developing brain do not cause...
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  9. Prostate Health: How to Make Those Nighttime Bathroom Trips Disappear for Good

    Prostate Health: How to Make Those Nighttime Bathroom Trips Disappear for Good
    Best Nutrients for Prostate Health: If you’re one of those guys who is up and down all night long emptying your bladder, you’re not alone. These all-night bathroom crawls are practically a national pastime for men over 40. I bet you grumble about it, but you put up with it. After all, an enlarged prostate is basically a fact of...
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  10. Natural Energy Supplements for Chronic Fatigue

    Natural Energy Supplements for Chronic Fatigue
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