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  • Tips to Manage Holiday Stress

    The holidays are my favorite time of year.  I love the cooler days, evenings by the fireplace, warm candlelight dinners, and giving gifts to the people I care about.  But for most people, the holidays can also be an exceptionally stressful time, and if we aren’t careful, we can let...

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  • Organic relief, it’s in the bag

    Recently, we launched 4 new USDA Organic bagged lozenges that come in two varieties: TheraZinc – we were the first company to launch zinc gluconate lozenges, and now we have extended our successful TheraZinc line to include USDA Organic Elderberry Raspberry and Blood Orange flavored bagged lozenges.

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  • Lack of Exercise More Deadly Than Obesity, Study Suggests

    Posted January 16, 2015 HealthDay Being sedentary may be twice as deadly as being obese, a new study suggests. However, even a little exercise -- a brisk 20-minute walk each day, for example -- is enough to reduce the risk of an...

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  • 8 Things to Know About Mosquito Bites

    Not all mosquitoes bite There are about 170 different mosquito species in North America (and 3,500 worldwide),  but not all of them bite humans. Of those that do, it’s only the females who are bloodsuckers—they use the protein to produce eggs. There are two species responsible for spreading disease in...

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  • Eye Tests Might Help ID Alzheimer's, Studies Suggest

    Eye Tests Might Help ID Alzheimer's, Studies Suggest (from HealthDay News) -- Eye tests could be used to identify people in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, two new studies suggest. In one study, early results...

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  • Gluten-Free Diet May Lift the 'Fog' of Celiac Patients, Study Says

    (From HealthDay News) -- The "brain fog" experienced by many celiac disease patients seems to improve as their intestines heal after adopting a gluten-free diet, a small new study suggests. Australian scientists found that banishing gluten -- a protein found in wheat, barley and rye that causes intestinal inflammation...

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  • Oil Pulling: Is There a Kernel of Truth? « WebMD Newsroom

    Oil Pulling: Is There a Kernel of Truth? By Arefa Cassoobhoy, MD, MPH In a short time, I’ve gone from wondering ‘what is this crazy new fad of oil pulling?’ , I’ve gone from wondering ‘what is this crazy new fad of oil pulling?’ to respecting the research going on...

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  • Latest Updates: Global Reaction to the Death of Nelson Mandela - NYTimes.com

    Desmond Tutu, the Anglican archbishop of Cape Town from 1986 to 1996, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 for his battle against apartheid, reflects on Nelson Mandela’s “moral courage.” The essay begins: Never before in history was one human being so universally acknowledged in his lifetime as the...

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  • Sun Damage and Lip Care

    Sun Damage and Lip Care.

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  • Eating junk food makes a bad mood worse: Study

    Eating junk food makes a bad mood worse: Study Unhealthy eating behaviours could cause women already in a bad mood to feel even grumpier, according to new research. Led by researchers from Penn State in the USA, the new research found that women who were concerned about their diet felt...

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