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6 Myths about Type 2 Diabetes

6 Myths about Type 2 Diabetes Myth #1 Fruit is too sugary for diabetics. Even though fruit contains carbohydrates and can affect your blood sugar, it can be a very healthy part of your diet, even if you are diabetic. … Continue reading


Strawberry Shortcake Smoothie Recipe

Strawberry Shortcake Smoothie Indulge with this sweet sip that does more than tickle your tastebuds. Just half a cup of strawberries provides more than half of the daily value of vitamin C, a potent antioxidant that boosts production collagen fibers … Continue reading


5 Sleep Mistakes You Might Make

5 Sleep Mistakes You Might Make Tonight You’ve run yourself down and desperately need a night of quality Zzzs. But when you hit the pillow, your mind is racing, you’re tossing and turning, and you wake up feeling sluggish all … Continue reading


Facing Adult Acne

Facing Adult Acne “Adult acne is caused by a combination of oil and dead skin,“ explains Julia McGee, PA-C, a member of the dermatology department at Bingham Memorial Hospital. “When pores become clogged from oil and dead skin, they can … Continue reading


Benefits of Massage Therapy

The need for massage therapists is continuing to grow at a rapid rate. With an expectation for demand to increase 20 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than almost all other occupations, licensed massage therapists are able to find jobs … Continue reading


Picking Leafy Greens

Picking Leafy Greens Are you taking a trip to the salad bar for lunch? You will most likely have your choice of iceberg, romaine, or spinach. When it comes to selecting the healthiest and tastiest salad base, which types of … Continue reading


Sunscreen Answers

Sunscreen Answers Few things are as relaxing as lying under the warm rays of the sun. With the temperature on the rise, and a rapid decline in wearing long sleeves and pants, staying protected from the harmful aspects of the … Continue reading


The Benefits of Cinnamon

The Benefits of Cinnamon Cinnamon tends to be a standard staple in spice racks around the world. The use of cinnamon dates back to 2700 B.C. where it was found in a book on Chinese botanical medicine. It was likewise … Continue reading


Eating For Two

Eating For Two Good nutrition during pregnancy is about helping your baby grow—not satisfying your own cravings, unfortunately. You need to gain weight to nourish your developing baby, but know your limits.  On average, throughout pregnancy, you need about 300 … Continue reading


Baking With Less Sugar

Baking With Less Sugar You wouldn’t dream of altering your secret family recipe for fudge brownies. But should you really consume 600 calories in just three bites? Your baked goods can be sweet delights without the need to add tons … Continue reading

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