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Eat Up to Increase Fluids this Summer

Plenty of foods contain plenty of water—and that counts toward the fluids you need to stay hydrated this summer. Add some of these to your diet: Cucumber: 96 percent water Celery: 95.4 percent water...

Consider Collagen

Collagen is a long-chain amino acid, responsible for giving skin its elasticity, strengthening hair, and keeping connective tissue healthy. Collagen supplements are gaining in popularity, but what...

Safety in (SPF) Numbers

Sunscreens that offer protection against both UVA and UVB radiation can advertise “Broad Spectrum and SPF 15” (or higher) on their labels. Sunburn is caused primarily by UVB radiation. Both UVA and...

Summer Pet Care

We aren’t the only ones who love summer. Our pets enjoy the season’s long days and outdoor activities, too. A few simple steps can keep everyone healthy and happy. Cool Pets Start with drinking water...

Prevent Summer Colds

You’ve planned this trip for months. A week by the shore, or a camping trip in the mountains. And then, seemingly out of the blue, it hits you. The dreaded summer cold. And it can be even worse than...

Constipation

Although medically it is considered “normal” to have a bowel movement every three days, it is healthy to have at least one daily. Think about it. You would not want to put chewed-up food that has...

Brain Care 101

Just about everyone in the US has experienced what it is like to alter brain function. Maybe you had a cup of coffee and were suddenly more conversational, or a margarita and you were suddenly more...

A Natural Approach to Prostate Support

A walnut-sized gland in the male reproductive system, the prostate grows early in puberty and then again—continuously—beginning around age 25. This growth may be cause for concern for some men as...

Plant Foods Key to Bone Health

Eating a diet high in vegetables, fruit, fish, and whole grains could boost bone health and prevent fractures in women. A recent study compared levels of inflammatory elements in the diet to bone...

Q&A On Celiac Concerns

Navigating through a sea of information can be tricky. This is especially true when it comes to celiac disease, where there seems to be a constant flow of new studies and research. To help you with...

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