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Silent Heart Attacks Pose Serious Health Risks

As part of a study designed to explore the health risks of atherosclerosis (plaque buildup in the arteries), researchers at…

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National Study Aims to Unlock the Secrets of Microbes

All those microscopic organisms living in and around our bodies play an important role in keeping us healthy. And just…

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Taste for Life Magazine Honors Ultimate Flora™ Women’s Complete Probiotic

For May, the folks at Taste for Life magazine focused on the best health and beauty products for women, and…

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Want a Healthy Heart? Focus on the Right Foods, Study Says

With so many studies out there telling us what not to eat, we sometimes forget to focus on those foods…

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What is Living Digestively?

If you happened to catch our new commercial, you may already know what it means to live digestively—and there is…

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How is Your Liver Tied to Your Sweet Tooth?

There may be a reason you want that cookie—and a second cookie, and a third cookie, and you get the…

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Too Much Fructose Harms the Brain, But Omega-3 DHA May Help

The standard American diet is loaded with fructose. And not the healthy, high-in-fiber, straight-from-the-fruit kind, but the heavily processed kind…

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Study Finds Antibiotics May Increase Infection Risk

The next time your doc prescribes a round of antibiotics, here is something you may want to think about: a…

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Toxins in the News: 3 Studies Making Headlines

Most days we give little thought to the thousands upon thousands of chemicals that surround us in our daily lives,…

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Are Happiness and Health Connected? Harvard Researchers Aim to Find Out

“We’re going to be trying to see if the old adage that happiness makes you healthier is true,” says Professor…

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U.S. Childhood Obesity Rates Still Rising, What it Means for Our Future

Despite reports of improvement in some areas of the country, it turns out our childhood obesity problem as a whole…

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Take this Study with a Grain of Salt… or a Twist of Lime

Following a recent study, researchers at Oregon State University have reason to believe that hops—one of the key ingredients in…

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Seniors: Why Avoiding these Medications May Benefit the Brain

Researchers at the Indiana University School of Medicine believe they may be one step closer to determining why a widely…

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Why is there Weed Killer in Your Breakfast?

Good question. And one the nonprofit group Alliance for Natural Health USA was asking after it tested about two dozen…

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Green Spaces Linked to Longer Lifespan, Better Mental Health in Women

A walk in the woods. A stroll through a city park. How often have you lost yourself in nature and…

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