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Growing a Greener Garden

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March is National Nutrition Month, and there’s no better way to round out a healthy diet than with fresh vegetables. While frugal herbivores can save big on grocery bills by growing their own produce, many of us weren’t born with a green thumb, making it difficult to grow and maintain a vibrant garden. Thankfully, aspiring … More

Take a Weekend to Spring Clean—for Your Health!

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To prepare for their new year, many Chinese believe spring cleaning their houses from top to bottom removes bad luck that’s accumulated during the year to make room for good fortune instead. While this is only one of a few possible origins of the concept of “spring cleaning,” we know that the benefits of thoroughly … More

Enjoy Spring Break Without Breaking the Bank

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Whether you’re desperate for a way to entertain the kids when they’re off school for a week or you simply have cabin fever from being cooped up all winter, you’ll want to make sure that your spring break is full of fond memories—not regrets and debt. Thankfully, a little planning can help you and the … More

Eating Disorders and Treatment Methods

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Eating disorders reach all segments of society, affecting over 10 million Americans today. Eating disorders are psychological conditions characterized by a persistent pattern of abnormal eating or dieting. These disorders are associated with a great deal of physical and emotional distress, and without treatment, can be life altering or even deadly. Two of the most … More

Easy Mardi Gras Recipes

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Marking the end of the carnival season, fat Tuesday falls on Feb. 28 this year and is a great opportunity to enjoy last day of Mardi Gras celebrations. Even if you don’t live in New Orleans, you can enjoy the tastes of the Crescent City by making your own Cajun-style food at home. Jambalaya You … More

The History of National Donor Day

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Feb. 14 is normally associated with Valentine’s Day, but it also happens to be National Donor Day, an observance meant to encourage people to become organ donors. The day was originally designated in 1998 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a way to raise awareness for organ, eye, tissue, bone marrow … More

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5 New Workouts to Spice Up Your Exercise Routine

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Of the people who so eagerly committed to regular visits to the gym at the beginning of the year, only about 20 percent will remain committed by the end of February. If you’re one of the 20 percent who are less than enamored with your exercise routine, consider trying one of the trending workouts listed … More

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6 Oral Hygiene Habits to Share with Your Children

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A smile can make you trust someone, make you feel loved or brighten up a person’s face—but, some smiles can make you feel uncomfortable or leery of a person. Sometimes, the difference between a good smile and a bad smile is the quality of a person’s teeth. That is why it is important that you … More

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How to Recognize Drug Overdoses

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Many people mistakenly believe that overdoses only occur with narcotics or other illicit substances. However, an overdose can occur whenever a person takes any substance more than the medically recommended dose. Additionally, some people can be more sensitive to certain medications and more susceptible to overdoses. For these reasons, it’s important to always stay on … More

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