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    As party planning gets underway for the Big Game, it's so tempting to "take the day off" from your weight loss resolutions in the name of good times and party foods. An estimated 40 percent of Americans make new years resolutions—weight loss and exercise being among the top improvement goals. Of...
     
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    A relaxed mind can go a long way toward helping to reduce the risks of respiratory infections
    With flu season in full swing, Health Net, Inc. is working to increase awareness of not only standard flu-fighting basics such as habitual hand washing, but also of the strong connection between stress levels and susceptibility to respiratory infections, including flu. The American Psychological Association (APA...
     
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    Autism organizations concerned that autism diagnostic changes will jeopardize services, impair tracking, and disrupt research around the globe. Proposed changes to the diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorders in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders...
     
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    Charities to Receive $1,000 for their Work in US Communities
    ProPhase Labs, Inc., the makers of Cold-EEZE Cold Remedy, has announced the October, November and December winners of its "Share Your Cause Not Your Cold" Campaign. The contest, which sheds light and provides financial aid on charitable work in US communities, has awarded each of LuLu's Rescue of Point...
     
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    Caroline J. Cederquist, MD, a board certified physician in the field of healthy weight management, and the founding physician of BistroMD, the weight loss program that provides delicious meals for a lighter, healthier you, explains why encouraging children to help with meal prep is crucial to teaching them healthy...
     
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    Well-nourished cancer patients tend to have better clinical outcomes and lead better quality lives, according to studies published by nutrition and metabolic support experts at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). However, reports from the National Cancer Institute indicate that 20-40 percent of cancer patients...
     
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    10-year forecast reveals snacking will eclipse traditional mealtimes
    Despite decades of difference, women ages 19 to 59 all have one thing in common: during the next ten years, snacking will drive their food intake and become an accepted nutritional practice in their daily life. This forecast comes from The Power of Snacking: The Next Decade of Women’s Changing Nutrition, the...
     
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    Leading Supplement Company NATROL provides a way for Sundance goers to “ENHANCE YOUR SUNDANCE”
    As the entertainment industry invades Park City, Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, visiting gifting suites and attending parties has become just as popular as seeing the films themselves. With so many people constantly on the go in the freezing cold, it was clear that the one product everyone needed to survive...
     
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    Dean Foods Company today commends the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for recognizing the importance of dairy in the revised nutrition standards for school lunches. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recognized milk products as a key contributor of three of the four "shortfall nutrients...
     
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    New Standards Will Double Fruits and Vegetables Served to 32 Million Students
    The United Fresh Produce Association applauds the release of new nutrition standards for school meals. First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack celebrated the new school nutrition standards yesterday at Parklawn Elementary School in Alexandria, VA. The new standards will double the amount of...