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As we bustle about our busy lives, we don’t always have a choice in the factors that cause us stress; however, we do have the choice to reduce any negative contributions towards them. When our physical body is taxed, its ability to cope with external pressures is lessened, which can cause a heightened state of […]

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A Common Challenge Millions of employee productivity hours are lost each year due to physical ailments that range from the common cold to life-threatening diseases. This is a costly predicament for many employers who face the threat of lower financial gains while also paying wages for sick employees. It is estimated that billions of workplace […]

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Our world is comprised of billions of people who come in all shapes and sizes, from the very short to the very tall, the pear-shaped, apple or hourglass body types. There are no two people whose bodies are exactly alike. Lifestyles preferences, personal habits, genetics or time limitations and financial resources can all play key […]

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November is Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month—a great opportunity to address some misunderstandings surrounding this topic. The difference between Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity still remains a great mystery to many. As the prevalence of these conditions increases there has become a greater awareness of them; however, since many individuals have adopted a gluten-free diet by […]

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Breast cancer is currently the most common cancer type for women and a leading cause of death in the United States. In 2017 alone, the American Cancer Society estimates that a staggering 250,000 new breast cancer cases were diagnosed in U.S. women. Additionally, the death rate was estimated to be over 40,000. Early detection is […]

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Every Kid Healthy is an annual celebration of school health and wellness, and schools across the country are getting ready to celebrate by creating healthier learning environments for kids. Observed April 23-27 this year, Every Kid Healthy Week recognizes the link between nutrition, physical activity and learning.   Good nutrition at school is more important […]

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March is National Nutrition Month, and this year the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is encouraging Americans to “Go Further with Food.” Whether it’s starting the day off right with a healthy breakfast or fueling up with a healthy snack to get through work or school, a little meal planning can go a long way. […]

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