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Cereal Clues
Submitted by: SavageSitUps on September 27th, 2008
Good Carbs, Bad Carbs and The Glycemic Index
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0 commentsTags:   Carbohydrates, Glycemic Index,
Health Care: 20% U.S. Spending in 2016
Submitted by: staff on December 3rd, 2007
U.S. health care spending weighed in at $2.1 trillion last year. By 2016, the figure is projected to jump to $4.1 trillion, according to a government report published in Health Affairs.
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What are the health benefits of fiber?
Submitted by: staff on April 30th, 2008
Tips and links to the true benefits of the inclusion of fiber in your diet. Examples include relief from constipation, prevention of certain diseases, and weight control.
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1 commentsTags:   Diet, Food, Labels, Health Benefits,
5 Lifestyle Steps for Better Bone Health
Submitted by: staff on April 30th, 2008
Maximize bone health and reduce the effects of osteoporosis with these simple steps. Also provided is a list of questions to ask your doctor regarding bone health.
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1 commentsTags:   Women's Health, Health, Health Benefits,
What are the real benefits of green tea?
Submitted by: staff on November 21st, 2006
Headlines announcing a recent Journal of the American Medical Association study linked consumption of green tea with protection from stroke, but not cancer, caught many people by surprise.
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Want to boost your brainpower? Get moving
Submitted by: staff on March 30th, 2007
Working out may help you grow new brain cells, small study shows
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When you hit the gym can impact your results
Submitted by: staff on March 30th, 2007
Early birds get cardio boost; afternoon exercisers can cut down on stretches
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0 commentsTags:   Gym, Time,
Simple Healthy Snacks for Kids
Submitted by: staff on April 30th, 2008
Try these simple snack ideas to keep your children and family going strong.
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0 commentsTags:   Children's Health, Nutrition, Healthy Snacks,
Take Charge of Your Health: A Guide for Teenagers.
Submitted by: staff on April 30th, 2008
Many teens turn to unhealthy dieting methods to lose weight, including eating very little, cutting out whole groups of foods (like grain products), skipping meals, and fasting. These methods can leave out important foods you need to grow. Other weight-loss tactics such as smoking, self-induced vomiting, or using diet pills or laxatives can lead to health problems.
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0 commentsTags:   Teen Health, Diet, Exercise, Obesity,
One in Three Teens Unfit, Study Says
Submitted by: staff on October 4th, 2006
The least physically fit group in the study was boys aged 12-13. Nearly half of them -- 44.7 percent -- failed to meet fitness standards.
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1 commentsTags:   Fitness, Exercise,
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