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  1. The Health Benefits of Dandelion

    The Health Benefits of Dandelion
    Most people think of the dandelion as a bothersome weed, but this lawn menace may be more valuable than one would think.  Dandelion leaves are used as healthy ingredients in salads, sandwiches and in teas, and the flowers are used for the creation of wine.  They are rich in vitamins A, B, C and D and minerals like iron, potassium...
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  2. The Vitamin Water Trap

    The Vitamin Water Trap
    Calories seem to be hiding just about everywhere, and this includes in all sorts of drinks.  Many people are looking for ways to improve their health and turn to products like Vitamin Water in the process.  While Vitamin Water, of course, has the word vitamin in its name, does that mean that Vitamin Water has an overall net positive effect...
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  3. Work Your Way To A Healthier Winter

    Work Your Way To A Healthier Winter
      Looking for a fun and delicious way to boost your family’s health this winter? Break out the wok and get the whole family involved in a savory, interactive cooking experience. The wok is a healthier alternative to a traditional frying pan because its curved shape changes the way food is cooked. Since food is pushed to the sides of...
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  4. Can PUFAs in Fish Oil Prevent Breast Cancer?

    Can PUFAs in Fish Oil Prevent Breast Cancer?
    While fish oil is purported to help with a host of medical issues, a new report recently published online in British Medical Journal may be of particular interest to women who are concerned about breast cancer.  It turns out that regular consumption of oily fish like salmon, sardines and tuna may help reduce risks for breast cancer due to high...
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  5. Herbal Uses for Pleurisy Root

    Herbal Uses for Pleurisy Root
    A variety of milkweed that grows well in arid and sandy soils, pleurisy root (botanical name: Asclepias tuberosa) is a popular plant in country gardens due to its brilliant orange flowers that bloom from June to September. The plant grows to about one foot in height, and the colorful flowers appear in bunches. They attract insects, bees, moths and butterflies...
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  6. Green Tea Slashes Stroke Risks

    Green Tea Slashes Stroke Risks
    A key factor in stroke prevention may be as near as your next cup of tea, according to a recent study conducted in Japan. The study, which was featured in the March issue of Stroke: A Journal of the American Heart Association, found that drinking green tea may lower overall stroke risk. Study participants who drank at least two cups of...
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  7. The Many Healthful Antioxidants In Strawberries

    The Many Healthful Antioxidants In Strawberries
    Antioxidants  are widely known to be beneficial for health. An antioxidant is any chemical molecule that prevents other chemical molecules from being oxidized. They perform a critical function because although oxygen and oxidation reactions are crucial for life, they can also damage DNA and other cellular structures - which is why all plants and animals maintain complex systems of multiple...
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  8. Lycopene-Rich Tomatoes May Lower Cancer Risk

    Lycopene-Rich Tomatoes May Lower Cancer Risk
    The most common form of cancer among men in the United States is prostate cancer, affecting roughly 500,000 U. S. males each year, and rising.  In fact, in the last fifteen years, the incidence of prostate cancer has risen by 1.7 percent. In the past, patients with prostate cancer have been treated with hormone therapy and radiation, and those with...
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  9. Cell Phones and Cancer

    Cell Phones and Cancer
    Tremendous breakthroughs have been made in cancer research in just the last few years.  While cancer still afflicts millions, the rates of those surviving from the disease go up every year.  Exciting possibilities for treatments, cures and even vaccines populate the news with new discoveries coming at a faster and faster pace. Many people wish to believe that there is...
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  10. Understanding Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease

    Understanding Non-Alcoholic Liver Disease
     The liver is one of the body's most important organs. It is responsible for secreting bile to break down fatty food and has many other important tasks including cleansing the blood of toxins as it passes through the liver. The liver creates important proteins and clotting substances, and it handles nutrients absorbed by the blood. As you can imagine, a...
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