Table Talk: 5 Strategies for Surviving Thanksgiving Get-Togethers

November has been a month of opposites. Many of us have been alternately pleased by the mild weather and consumed with the recent political election. No matter which side of the issues you find yourself on – there is one thing on which we can all agree – we can’t agree …

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8 Movies That Changed The Way We View Women’s Health Issues

Although it can be argued that Hollywood has been at times a negative influence regarding women’s health issues (body image and weight, anyone?), the movie industry has also played an important role in bringing some other uncomfortable-to-talk-about health issues to light . Movies with topics that people were once afraid …

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Common Chemicals You Need to Nix

You know those products you only buy at the store every so often? Things like shampoo, hand soap, countertop cleaner and other personal care and home cleaning products. Am I the only one that suffers from running out of these items all at the same time? You might argue I …

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Why the Holidays Hurt Our Health

Can you believe it’s October? I feel like this happens every year, the spring and summer are a blur, then it comes time for the holiday season, and now I just so desperately want time to slow down. I want more time to enjoy the dramatic shift in seasons, to …

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“If Only…” – 6 Steps to Preventing a Fall

Did you know September is National Fruits and Veggies Month, Self Improvement Month and World Alzheimer’s Month? And that’s just a few of them. Although these issues should be made aware all year, the awareness months/weeks/days are to serve the purpose of focusing the frequency of conversation to specific time …

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We’re FED UP.

You may have seen some of the buzz on the web, but in case you haven’t we had to tell you: YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS MOVIE. Fed Up is the latest documentary taking on the food industry and shows us how everything we’ve been told about food and exercise …

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