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5 Ways to Build a Better-for-You Burger

From Memorial Day picnics to Labor Day barbecues, and all kinds of festivities in between, this is the season for burgers. (Which could be why National Hamburger Month is set during May to kick things ...
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6 Ways to Spruce up Your Spuds

Potatoes are an oh-so popular food with many surprising health benefits, but, unfortunately, so many Americans eat them in the form of greasy French Fries or chips, or calorie-laden, ...
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Saving Hal: Training Our Teams for Top-Quality Stroke Treatment

When Hal, a 51-year-old, half-pack per day smoker, came to Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, California with garbled speech and sensation on just one side of his face, the emergency medical ...
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Use Your Head When It Comes to Bike Safety

Bike riding is great for toning muscles and cardiovascular workouts. But when you’re preparing to bike, think head first. That’s right, protecting the head from brain injury should be a ...
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Mother's Day: Keeping the Women in Our Lives Heart Healthy (Video)

Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death among women? To honor the women and moms in our lives, Annette Walker, president of strategy, Providence St. Joseph Health, chief executive, ...
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The 5 Best Skinny Burritos

If you have an affinity for burritos but want to make healthy choices, you need to know what to avoid. Many fast-food burritos are dripping with excessive calories, fat and sodium. While eating these ...
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Top Tips to Fight Fatigue (Video)

Research has shown that up to one in every five of us struggles with “feeling tired all the time,” but while it’s common to feel fatigued often, it may be the sign of a more serious ...
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Removing the Stigma of Mental Illness

In the past few years, prominent celebrities have come forward to talk about their struggles with mental illness. Lady Gaga talked openly about suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome following ...
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Exercise into Good Health: Follow the B.A.S.I.C.S. Fitness Formula

Everyone knows they need to exercise, and most Americans have tried--or at least heard of--a dizzying multitude of exercise techniques. From aerobics to Zumba, there are so many options that ...
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It Shouldn't Hurt to be a Child: How to Prevent, Identify and Report Child Abuse

The tiny baby suffered brutal injuries, including broken ribs and bleeding in the brain. It didn’t take long for caregivers at Covenant Children’s to determine the infant had been severely ...
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