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New Study Results on Older Women and Vitamins

by Kimberly Hays August 25th, 2016
Many of us take a multi-vitamin to supplement our diets because we are on the go so much we don’t always take the time to have balanced meals. It can be very confusing to decipher the information on what vitamins we should take and what ones we should avoid.
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Another Path to Better Health

by Lori Sciame August 18th, 2016
Who does a man trust when he has questions about life?  In most cases, he values the opinions of his parents, his spouse, his adult children, and his best friend.  But what about when it comes to his health?  How does he know what information should be trusted?  Of course, well meaning family members and friends may know exactly what to do for a specific health concern, and a health professional is surely the expert; however, there is an
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Money and Relationships

by Lori Sciame August 11th, 2016
Most people understand that money will factor into a marriage.  How a person handles his or her money, how generous he or she is with it, and even how much money a person earns each month, will all affect the quality of a relationship.  Some statistics proclaim that 7 out of 10 married couples regularly disagree over money, and even if the number isn't that high, this issue still warrants discussion.  Here are two cases where money ruined a
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  • Get the Buzz on this Superfood

    by MPK August 4th, 2016
    The term superfood is popular currently.  Although it can have slightly different meanings, typically it is used in reference to foods that have great nutritional value.  Some superfoods contain antioxidants; others are known to positively affect one's health.

    This week on our sister publication, Health Eagle, bee pollen was discussed as a superfood.  Containing a great amount of vitamins and antioxidants, it is a unique food to add to your
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  • The Food and Relationship Connection

    by Lori Sciame July 28th, 2016
    Most readers understand the overwhelmingly good feelings that correspond with finding a a special someone to love.  Even if one has been in a relationship for quite a while, he or she will surely remember the first few months after meeting his or her soul mate. Remember how falling for someone changes everything? Although seemingly cliche, it's a fact that while falling love, colors seem brighter, life seems easier,
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  • When Not to Worry

    by Lori Sciame July 21st, 2016
    In today's hyper vigilant society, people often overreact when it comes to health concerns. For instance, have a pounding headache? Don't automatically assume it's a brain tumor. For the most part, many health issues end up being just a normal part of living. Read this post to find out when there's no need to worry about a particular symptom.

    My Head Aches!

    Most headaches do not signal a brain aneurysm or
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