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2014/07/31 04:22
2014/07/31 04:22
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During pregnancy, a developing fetus is tuned in to Mom -- reacting to her voice, tasting the food she ate for dinner, feeling her sway as she walks around the block. But Mom influences the health...
2014/07/31 04:22
2014/07/31 04:22
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2014/07/30 23:59
2014/07/30 23:59
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It’s never too late to get heart-healthier, even if you started your adult life as a fast-food-munching couch potato! A new study evaluated 5,000 folks over a 20-year period and found that you...
2014/07/30 09:09
2014/07/30 09:09
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Q. I'm having a hip replacement in the fall (mini anterior), and I'm a bit worried about the surgery itself and about "going under." Am I being overanxious? � Rachel F., Fort Worth, Texas A. More...
2014/07/27 06:23
2014/07/27 06:23
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During pregnancy, a developing fetus is tuned in to Mom - reacting to her voice, tasting the food she ate for dinner, feeling her sway as she walks around the block. But Mom influences the health and...
2014/07/23 18:27
2014/07/23 18:27
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Most of us eat way too much sugar every single day, but are you aware what sugar is really doing to your body? Kristin Kirkpatrick is a dietitian and the manager of Wellness Nutrition Services with...
2014/07/23 18:27
2014/07/23 18:27
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Most people don’t realize the number of calories they consume when they finish their child’s leftovers or lick the frosting off a spoon. Kristin Kirkpatrick is a registered dietitian and manager of...
2014/07/22 11:27
2014/07/22 11:27
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Brussels sprouts, broccoli, beets—yuck! Not so fast. Using a different cooking technique can totally transform the vegetables you thought you hated into mouthwatering sides you'll want to make again...
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2014/07/21 20:58
2014/07/21 20:58
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JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - Congressman Tim Griffin was in Region 8 Monday meeting with business owners at St. Bernards Health and Wellness Institute. He is running for Lieutenant Governor. Griffin said...
2014/07/21 11:50
2014/07/21 11:50
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Q: I'm worried that I'll end up with memory problems, like my mom. I'm 47, and she's 79. What can I do to dodge that bullet? — Francine T., Chicago A: We're sorry your mom has memory problems, but...
2014/07/17 04:22
2014/07/17 04:22
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Heart-shaped leaves and a peppery punch make watercress a foodie favorite in salads, sandwiches and sautes. And recently, this leafy green won the World Cup of the fruit and vegetable world, running...
2014/07/16 09:10
2014/07/16 09:10
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Q. My 10-year-old daughter has Type 1 diabetes. It's been a struggle to stabilize her blood sugar levels. Now I hear they're developing a bionic pancreas that will make things a whole lot easier! Can...
2014/07/10 04:22
2014/07/10 04:22
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Measles is making a comeback, with a 20-year high in reported infections, due mostly to folks who are opting out of the vaccination, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Across the...
2014/07/09 09:09
2014/07/09 09:09
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Q: I read that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to get involved in studying gun violence. Guns aren't a disease. Why would the CDC get involved? � Fred B., Evanston, Illinois A:...
2014/07/09 06:26
2014/07/09 06:26
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If you've just listened to the Sex Pistols' album, "Never Mind the Bollocks," and your head is pounding like a jackhammer, could you say you have a sex headache? Nope. That little understood side...
2014/07/08 19:48
2014/07/08 19:48
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If you have ever wondered whether the food in your refrigerator is safe to eat based on its "sell by", you're not alone. Upwards of 91 percent of consumers have thrown food out based on the dates on...
2014/07/07 06:23
2014/07/07 06:23
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Why is the whiptail lizard, the state reptile of New Mexico, never at risk for getting an STD (sexually transmitted disease)? Because it reproduces asexually through a process called parthenogenesis:...
2014/07/03 18:03
2014/07/03 18:03
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If you’re among the 24 million Americans who take a statin or the 13 million considering it, now hear this: Taking that cholesterol-lowering, inflammation-cooling med is not a license to overeat, gain...
2014/07/03 04:22
2014/07/03 04:22
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Saturated fat's sizzling on dinner tables across North America thanks to bacon mania, record-breaking cheese sales and a recent New York Times op-ed titled "Butter Is Back" (it went viral). But we...
2014/07/02 09:09
2014/07/02 09:09
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Q. I've heard that there are individualized cancer treatments that may make chemo obsolete. How do they work? � Kathleen C., Lexington, Kentucky A. The latest breakthrough in creating individualized...
2014/07/02 02:48
2014/07/02 02:48
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Tourism & Our Future Part 2 As we embark on the beginning of the summer, tourism has been, is and will continue to be an important part of our Adirondack economy. Going forward though should it, and...
2014/07/31 04:22
2014/07/31 04:22
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