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What you eat may help fight disease and possibly save your life
Now it may be possible to have healthy food, and enjoy it!
Healthy At Home
(NAPSI)—With proper planning, returning home from a hospital stay need not result in unexpected challenges for seniors. Currently, one in five Medicare patients is readmitted to a hospital within 30 days after discharge. Studies have shown that nearly half these readmissions are linked to social problems and lack of access to community resources.
Keeping kids healthy on Halloween
What your child eats may impact their body mass index, a new study finds
Healthy Tailgating Tips”
If you’d like to score a touchdown at your tailgate parties, you have to put together a good game-plan, which includes healthier options.
Go NUTS For Healthy Snacks
(NAPSI)—Eat nuts as a healthy source of protein, according to research published by the Harvard School of Public Health.* Researchers looked at the diets of more than 37,000 men and 83,000 women to see if they could find a link between diet and increased risk of death from heart disease or cancer. They found that replacing one serving of red meat with one serving of nuts was linked to a 19 percent lower risk of premature death or total mortality. The study reinforces the role of nuts as an important part of a healthy diet.
Healthy, Shiny Hair For The Holidays
(NAPSI)—What do women really want? According to a survey conducted online by Harris Interactive on behalf of Neutrogena in July 2011 among over 1,000 U.S. women, nearly 90 percent said they would be willing to give up anything from dessert, to social networking, even television for two weeks to have healthy, shiny hair.
Lean, Sweet And Healthy
(NAPSI)—For a late afternoon snack, fruit is always best.
Fast, Healthy Lunches
(NAPSI)—A big step toward eating better lunches can be to fill half your plate with fruits and veggies. Here are hints on how:
Baby's Healthy Future
(NAPSI)—Expectant parents are learning of a special way to protect the health of their new baby and his or her relatives.
Exercise for healthy aging
(ARA) - Sixty-year-old Ester Kurz does a lot of things, but taking prescribed medicine isn't one of them. While most people her age take a pill for one thing or another, Kurz, from Baltimore, self-prescribes exercise for healthy aging.
(StatePoint) While you’re probably already accustomed with conventional ways of looking and feeling your best, this winter, consider more natural approaches to health and wellness.