Health & Wellbeing

Apple Cider Vinegar Cures: Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

April 8, 2018

  Apple juice vinegar cures a ton of ills. It’s a disgrace a great many people don’t have the foggiest idea about that. That is the reason I’m here to disclose to you the advantages of drinking apple juice vinegar. Illnesses, for example, joint pain, stoppage, skin break out, gout, sore throats, hypertension, weight issues […]

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Taking a standard prostate cancer drug with food boosts impact, lowers cost

April 2, 2018

By taking a high-cost drug with a low-fat meal — instead of on an empty stomach, as prescribed — prostate cancer patients could decrease their daily dose, prevent digestive issues and cut costs by 75 percent, according to a new study in the March 28, 2018, issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO). Abiraterone […]

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8 Ways To Get Fit Without Joining A Gym

March 31, 2018

RyanJLane via Getty Images If you want to ramp up your fitness, joining a gym probably seems like the obvious solution. But while that method works for some people, it’s certainly not the only path to better fitness ― nor is it the most convenient, efficient or cost-effective option for everyone. “Many people can’t afford […]

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The Best Morning Routine Based On Your Body Type

March 30, 2018

There are some universal rules that apply, no matter your shape (don’t skimp on sleep!). But your body type can also hold surprising clues as to the right exercise and diet habits for you. By Jessica Migala Oprah.com Credit: Oprahcom Ectomorph Your body type in a nutshell: You’re naturally lean and have trouble putting weight on. […]

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What South Korea Can Teach The World About Living Well

March 30, 2018

Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters The culture that dreamed up K-pop, kimchi and taekwondo has a lot to share with the rest of the world about prioritizing the mind and body. In fact, South Korea is home to some of the best health care, entertainment and wellness wisdom in the world. Below are a few things the 2018 […]

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Better fitness in pre-pregnant women linked with less risk of gestational diabetes

March 29, 2018

Expectant mothers who were more fit before pregnancy are at lower risk of developing gestational diabetes, according to a new study from the University of Iowa. The findings illustrate the importance of improving fitness before a woman becomes pregnant. Gestational diabetes, a condition in which women develop diabetes during the last half of pregnancy, affects […]

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Stephen Colbert Gets ‘Stupid Strong’ In Epic Workout With Ruth Bader Ginsburg

March 29, 2018

By Lee Moran There ain’t no workout like an RBG workout. Stephen Colbert tried out Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s fitness routine on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Late Show.” It’s fair to say that what Colbert lacked in gym etiquette and technique, he more than made up for with enthusiasm — and gags. “Let’s […]

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USDA expands focus on program integrity across all nutrition programs

March 28, 2018

As part of Agriculture Secretary Perdue’s strategic goal of ensuring that our programs are delivered efficiently, effectively and with integrity, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) announced Thursday an enhanced focus on program integrity today, that will include renewed attention on transparency, payment accuracy, fraud and waste prevention, and improved […]

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