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    There is no pre-intervention for acne problems despite people's desire to remain acne free. It would be like taking cholesterol medication in case you might have high cholesterol in the future. Or taking painkillers to prevent a headache. Or placing a cast on a leg to prevent a future break. No drugs nor...
     
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    With the end of August inching closer, it is once again time for parents and kids alike to trade long, relaxed summer days for hectic, early school-time mornings. An involuntary bargain, but inevitable nonetheless. Although the summer has its perks from the perspective of a children's health advocate--an abundance...
     
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    Bellucci Premium, a producer of Italian olive oil, wants everyone to enjoy salads a little more than usual by knowing olive oil may just be the best choice of salad dressing when it comes to absorbing nutrients from the vegetables. The monounsaturated fats in olive oil have been shown to increase the absorption...
     
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    Why do many weight loss programs fail? Why are there so many contradicting weight loss approaches presented in the media? From dietary nutritionists to fitness gurus, many have offered their insights and ideas of the best weight loss program to answer today's obesity problem; however, not all have been healthy to...
     
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    Despite the costs of ownership and the proliferation of the unwanted horse population, the horse remains an important part of US culture. Over the past few years, Americans have illustrated their love of horses in a variety of very visible, public ways as sales in the US equine market reached $23 billion in 2013. In...
     
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    Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women and 42 million American women are living with or at risk for heart disease. More women than men have died from heart disease every year since 1984. And women heart patients can become community leaders on this vital health issue by applying for WomenHeart's...
     
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    ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer is hosting 16 run/walk events across the nation during September, Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, to raise funds and awareness to end prostate cancer, a disease that affects one in seven American men. "Thousands are making a choice for a healthy lifestyle and celebrating...
     
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    As the dog days of summer begin to fade into memory and a new academic year beckons, the YMCA of Greater New York reminds the City’s children and families that staying fit and eating healthy is an important part of any back-to-school curriculum. “The end of summer and the start of back-to-school season...
     
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    A long-time favorite of peach lovers everywhere, August 22nd National Eat a Peach Day has historically focused on the juicy pleasures of a just-picked peach or the comforts of a peach cobbler: essentially any and every reason to enjoy one of summer’s most beloved fruits. Yet, thanks to a newly released study by...
     
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     It's time to send kids back to school. But with all of the changes happening in their daily schedule and what is offered in school, they have some choices to make. "Whether it's grade school, high school or college, food choices come into play for our kids—and we aren't there all day to...