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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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What is a “full metal jacket”?

Ask the doctor Q. I heard my cardiologist say to another doctor that I have a “full metal jacket.” What does that mean? A. Cardiologists use the term “full metal jacket” to refer to a long series of stents in one of ...

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SLOW COOKER BAKED BEANS WITH BACON

I first shared this recipe for Baked Beans on Centsless Meals where I am a contributor. Slow Cooker Baked Beans are a delicious and easy made-from-scratch side dish that tastes fantastic next to your favorite burger. SLOW COOKER BAKED BEANS WITH BACON If ...

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Red wine: the unexpected health benefits

Another day, another story about red wine being good for you. Today’s happy news comes from Australia, where a member of the national Wine Research Institute has been extolling the virtues of a drop of red. “People that drink a moderate ...

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What a bad night’s sleep really does to your body

Dr Sara Gottfried is, in her own words, an “under sleeper”. In our over-caffeinated, over-worked and gadget-addictedsociety, she’s far from alone: researchers from Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Manchester and Surrey universities have found people are sleeping almost two fewer hours a night than they ...

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