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BURGER KING’S FATTIEST MENU ITEMS

Using data from ESHA and the Burger King Website, the experts at HealthGrove found the 25 most fatty items on the menu. With a name like Burger King, it’s clear that this fast-food chain was never gunning for the spot ...

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THE MOST SUGARY FROZEN DESSERTS FROM 25 CHAINS

HealthGrove found the most sugar-filled frozen treats at 25 chain restaurants. “Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first,” said American author Ernestine Ulmer. There’s a reason why dessert is so universally loved. In the heat of the summer months, there is nothing ...

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Honey Sriracha Meatballs

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HOW AGE AND STRESS IMPACTS OUR SLEEP

As we grow older, our sleep habits and patterns change. Sleeping is directly linked to health and wellness, so it is important you are getting the right amount and the best quality sleep. Here are the best sleeping practices to ...

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CREATING GOOD SLEEPING PRACTICES FOR TEENS

Trying to get your teen to sleep has never been more challenging with smartphones and gadgets distracting. Here are some ways to help create a more productive and rewarding sleep pattern to make sure they get the best possible start ...

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SIX PREGNANCY SUPER FOODS

You know you have to eat well when expecting — this helps help ensure a healthy pregnancy and gives your baby’s development a boost. But which foods pack the biggest nutritional punch? And how can you easily include them in ...

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Microwave Popcorn: Bad for Your Brain?

At the magazine office I work at in New York City, I never know what the day will bring, except for one thing: the late-afternoon aroma of microwave popcorn wafting by my cubbie. Many of my co-workers are fond of ...

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LIFE AFTER AGE 90

Living to age 90 is a worthy goal Americans are increasingly meeting. The number of people age 90 and older almost tripled from 720,000 people in 1980 to 1.9 million in 2010, according to a new Census Bureau report. And the 90-plus ...

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