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[RECIPE] Lemon Chicken-February 2014

After a brisk walk in the winter air, satisfy your appetite with this deliciously healthy baked chicken. With the delightful tang of lemon, this dish is sure to impress your whole family. 1½ pounds chicken breast, skinned and fat removed ½ cup fresh lemon juice 2 tbsp. white wine vinegar ½ cup fresh sliced lemon […]

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Protect Your Health – February 2014

When you’re sick, you have to deal with visits to the doctor’s office or the hospital, bottles of medications and days in bed recovering. Wouldn’t it be easier to just stay healthy in the first place? If you’re not a fan of medication schedules and wasting days weakly lying in bed, you should consider the […]

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One Step at a Time – February 2014

Whether meandering from the couch to the refrigerator for a snack or cruising around the block as part of an exercise routine, almost everyone includes some walking into their day. Walking is a great form of exercise for achieving better health and burning calories. But do you know the recommended amount of walking to achieve […]

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[RECIPE] Savory Squash Soup-January 2014

Start the new year off right with this nourishing soup made from fresh, cost-effective seasonal winter vegetables. This delicious dinner will taste extra savory when you know that healthy eating and bargain buys are among the best decisions you can make over the next 12 months. 1 tbsp. olive oil 2 chopped onions 2 chopped […]

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Groceries on a Budget – January 2014

It’s no secret that you can eat for less money by making your meals instead of dining out. But did you know you can also save money through smart shopping? Plan. Set aside a certain amount of money each week or pay period and do go not over what you budget. Consider buying a gift […]

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Health Benefits of Yoga – January 2014

Yoga is a mind and body practice with origins in ancient Indian philosophy. Like other meditative movement practices used for health purposes, various styles of yoga typically combine physical postures, breathing techniques and meditation or relaxation. In the United States, yoga is the sixth-most commonly used complementary health practice, according to a 2007 National Health Interview Survey, […]

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Get Screened for Cervical Cancer – January 2014

Cervical cancer is a cancer that starts in the cervix, which, early on, may not exhibit any signs or symptoms. In advanced stages, it may cause abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge. It is often caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Cervical cancer is highly preventable in the United States because of screening tests and an […]

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Winterize Your Skin – January 2014

While many people think of summer as the prime season for skin damage thanks to the risk of overexposure in the hot sun, winter can also be brutal for skin. The dry winter air can cause flaking, cracking and itchy skin as well as chapped lips. Even worse, the problem is exacerbated once you step […]

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