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Cherries for the Heart

Cherries for the Heart

The tangy taste of tart cherries might deliver more than a treat for the taste buds.

September 2008
Yoga Helps Prevent Falls

Yoga Helps Prevent Falls

A new study suggests that certain Iyengar yoga poses also improve balance and stability and help prevent falls, a leading cause of nonfatal injuries and hospital admissions for trauma in the elderly.

September 2008
Can Money Buy Happiness?

Can Money Buy Happiness?

A recent study suggests that money can buy happiness, so long as you spend it on others.

September 2008
Calcium Supplement News Update

Calcium Supplement News Update

A recent study suggests that calcium supplements may actually increase the risk of heart attack.

August 2008
ADHD Alternative

ADHD Alternative

A study of children with ADHD suggests that homeopathy works as well as Ritalin--perhaps better.

August 2008
Hemp—a new superfood

Hemp—a new superfood

Reports are saying that hemp seeds are set to take health food aisles by storm.

August 2008
MSG by Any Other Name

MSG by Any Other Name

Cousins of monosodium glutamate (MSG) continue to lurk in our food, often under innocuous-sounding names.

August 2008
Safe Play Makeup for Kids

Safe Play Makeup for Kids

Whether they’re wannabe glamour babes, action heroes or jungle cats, sooner or later, most kids ask to play with makeup. Keep dainty divas and intrepid explorers safe by just saying no to the following.

August 2008
Energize Body and Mind

Energize Body and Mind

When a sedentary lifestyle leads to complaints about listlessness and fatigue, consider engaging in regular, low-intensity exercise.

August 2008
Mercury Rising

Mercury Rising

Recent Food and Drug Administration tests found the average mercury level of canned albacore tuna to be at least 35 times higher than the level in canned salmon.

August 2008
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