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Can fasting help you lose weight?

Let’s face it. There are about a million and one options for weight loss on the market. Social media, magazines, books, and infomercials are advertising the next best way to “lose fat ...
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Instant Pot tips and recipes for healthy cooking

Pressure-cooking helps maintain foods natural taste, texture, and nutrients. Pressure-cooking may help reduce the risk of diseases like type 2 diabetes. Instant Pot meals are safe, healthy, fast ...
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Why you shouldn't skimp on your post-workout stretch

Stretching after a workout can help you avoid injuries. Stretching helps restore your body, posture, and muscles to their natural state. Stretching reduces post-workout recovery time, stiffness and ...
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Don't wait until it's too late to think about cord blood donation

Cord blood is found in the umbilical cord and placenta The blood is rich in stem cells that are beneficial in fighting diseases Cord blood can help a relative with an inherited disease, or donated to ...
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Understand zoonotic disease before getting a pet reptile or amphibian

Reptiles and amphibians carry germs and bacteria that may cause serious illness in humans. Always wash your hands with warm, soapy water after handling any reptile or amphibian. Reptile-associated ...
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What would the Sisters say about #MeToo?

An open letter to the caregivers of Providence St. Joseph Health One of the things that called me from corporate America to Catholic health care was its long history of working toward achieving social ...
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Colorful ways to enjoy corn this summer

Most corn sold today is known as sweet corn and has high starch and sugar content. Dark colored ears of corn contain higher levels of protein and beta-carotene. People with diabetes and high blood ...
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Keep safe as you savor summer

At last, summer is upon us. It is a time to revel in the words of Keats: “The poetry of the earth is never dead: When all the birds are faint with the hot sun, And hide in cooling trees ...
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Stubbed your toe? It may be more serious than you think

It’s hard to believe that a bone as a small as the one in your toe could cause so much pain when broken. Often referred to as a toe fracture, broken toes are most commonly the result of trauma ...
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Delicious dairy-free desserts for a slimmer summer

Approximately 65 percent of the world is lactose intolerant. Dairy products can be healthy; however, overconsumption may pose health risks. Milk and other dairy foods are generally considered healthy ...
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