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Vitamin G: How Being Grateful Affects Our Health

Vitamin G: How Being Grateful Affects Our Health

‘Tis the season for spending time with loved ones, reflecting on the past year and setting intentions for the next one. If improving your health is at the top of your resolution list, scientists say you can start by getting enough Vitamin G—Gratitude. “Gratitude is affirming the goodness in one’s...

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The Future of Nutrition: Why Multivitamins are Essential

The Future of Nutrition: Why Multivitamins are Essential

Eating the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables each day can be a challenge, and recent studies have found that the future of our nutrition is in danger. As carbon dioxide levels increase on Earth, the crops we eat are losing their nutritional value. Human activity such as fossil-fuel burning...

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Easing Arthritis Symptoms with OPCs found in Pine Bark Extract

Easing Arthritis Symptoms with OPCs found in Pine Bark Extract

Arthritis affects one in five adults, and with those odds, it’s no wonder the month of May is dedicated to arthritis awareness. The Arthritis Foundation says this disorder is the leading cause of disability among adults and is among the top five most costly disorders. One-third of working-age people with arthritis have...

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7 Tips for Managing Your Stress

7 Tips for Managing Your Stress

April is National Stress Awareness month—a time to rethink the way that we deal with everyday stress, and make necessary changes to ensure we are living and feeling our best. Stress is often unavoidable, but we can manage it positively to avoid feeling overwhelmed. “Stress is how the brain and...

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What You Should Know About Colon Cancer and OPCs

What You Should Know About Colon Cancer and OPCs

The month of March was dedicated by President Clinton in 2000 as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month—shedding light on the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that 1 in 22 men and 1 in 24 women will develop this cancer, and the U.S....

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