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How to Easily Eat More Fiber by S. L. Posted in: Questions & Answers in Fiber Seekers Team 20 ??? 35 grams of dietary fiber appears to reduce the risk of adults developing various conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, diverticular disease, and constipat ... Read on »
Female Hormones Strengthen the Bones of Men by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in General Medicine New research shows that estrogen, the female sex hormone, is also important for men's health. The estrogen in men's blood appears to be even more closely related to how stro ... Read on »
Improving Your Health Step by Step by S. L. 1 Comment Posted in: General Discussion in Walking Researchers are not entirely in agreement about how many steps an individual needs to take in order to be in good health. In part, this depends on each person's individual f ... Read on »
You're Never Too Old to Reach the Top! by S. L. 2 Comments Posted in: General Discussion in Rock climbing Katsusuke Yanagisawa, a retired Japanese schoolteacher, reached the top of Mount Everest on June 5th, 2007 at the age of 71. This makes him the oldest person ever to success ... Read on »
Java for Your Liver? by S. L. Posted in: Questions & Answers in Healthy Eating Researchers in Sweden have determined that a daily cup of coffee could lower your risk for liver cancer. Last year, another Swedish research group determined that drinking u ... Read on »
Eat your heart healthy! by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Healthy Eating Forget about less being more when it comes to a healthy heart! A new study from Wake Forest University found that eating on average, as little as two and a half servings of ... Read on »
Getting Fit in the Garden! Part 2 - Moderate Aerobic Gardening by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Recreation So, you?ve gotten yourself out into the garden. You?ve realized that since gardening is exercise, you need to do basic and important things to prepare yourself like: ? Take ... Read on »
Every Little Bit Helps, Say LSU Researchers by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Exercise If you are looking to start getting active, at any age, here is some encouraging news! According to researchers based on a study of 464 postmenopausal women at Louisiana State ... Read on »
The Sports Bra Turns 30 - Finding the Best Support For You by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Exercise Happy Birthday! The Sports Bra Turns 30. Women??'s sports bras have come a long way since 1977, when two female athletes sewed together two jock straps to try to get a more s ... Read on »
Finding Your Fit - The Sports Bra Turns 30. by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Exercise Women's sports bras have come a long way since 1977, when two female athletes sewed together two jock straps to try to get a more supportive brassiere. So how do you decide wh ... Read on »
Barley Recognizable! by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Healthy Eating Everybody says they would like to eat more healthily, butsometimes it's hard to figure out where to start. Whole grains are a great choice, and barley is a good grain to st ... Read on »
Think You Know Organic? by S. L. Posted in: Questions & Answers in Healthy Eating Think you know organic? [Other Relaxation Goal] Do you know what "USDA Organic" means on a label? Know how to make organic choices that go beyond the table into the yard and ... Read on »
Look Out For Your Outlook! (1/2) by S. L. Posted in: General Discussion in Stress Management Did you know that by choosing your outlook on life you can reduce your risk for problems such as: depression, poor communication, loneliness, aggression, hopelessness, getting ... Read on »