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Working Women – 5 Health Tips for 2017

Whether you work from home, stay at home mom, or go into an office, here are 5 things working women can incorporate daily to improve their health in 2017 (and beyond).

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Beware of this Secret Code Word on Your Products, Get Rid of Them Now

It’s industry jargon for a large group of potentially toxic ingredients, even cancer causing toxins, that manufacturers don’t want you to know about. And the problem is, the government approved it decades ago. It may be considered one of the worst human health experiments ever approved in American history. Watch this movie for free until 4/14, […]

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Diet Causes Half of Avoidable Deaths in US

A new study from Tufts University found diet to be the cause behind half of all heart disease, stroke and diabetes deaths. Researchers warn that these dietary habits not only influence many of the risk factors for health, but also pose substantial health and economic burdens.

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Stop Peeling Your Vegetables Health Experts Advise

Nutritionists and dietitians advise that peeling your vegetables actually removes essential vitamins and nutrients needed by the human body. Current data show that keeping peels on gives the most health benefits.

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Two NY Public Schools Go 100% Vegetarian

Improved test scores and longer attention span are just a few of the benefits observed after 2 New York area public schools adopted a 100% vegetarian school lunch menu.

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1 in 8 Women to Get Breat Cancer – Lifestyle is Cause for Huge Rise

Figures show that 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. Scientists blame obesity, alcohol and the growing tendency to delay motherhood for record high levels of the disease.

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Spending Time in Nature Is Linked to Improved Mental Health Study Shows

A recent study shows that people who visit parks for 30 minutes or more each week are much less likely to have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who don’t.

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