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How to Take Care of Your Mom’s Heart After Menopause

by Skye Sherman    •    April 17, 2023

Chances are, your mom spent a great deal of her life taking care of you. If your mother is aging and going through the natural stages of a woman’s life, it’s time to return the favor and help take care of her.

Can a Plant Based Diet Lower Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer?

by Nicole Sell    •    April 3, 2023

Have you ever thought about how the food on your plate affects your health and well-being? If so, you may have considered exploring plant-based diets for their many touted health benefits. But did you know that following a plant based diet could help lower your risk of colorectal cancer?

In this article, we'll uncover why eating plant based could be one of the best strategies for preventing colorectal cancer.

Are Garbanzo Beans a Secret Weapon Against Osteoporosis?

by Skye Sherman    •    March 20, 2023

Are Garbanzo Beans a Secret Weapon Against Osteoporosis preview
Anyone who has osteoporosis can tell you that it’s not a disease you want to have. This bone degenerative condition can severely affect your quality of life.

Beware the Effects of Gas Stoves on Childhood Asthma

by Natasha Tracy    •    March 6, 2023

Gas stoves have been in-use for hundreds of years and many people are under the impression that gas stoves burn very cleanly and efficiently and thus, they haven’t even considered that they may impact a person’s health.

Can Dancing in the Rain Be Good for Your Health?

by Skye Sherman    •    February 6, 2023

Can Dancing in the Rain Be Good for Your Health preview
Nothing can dampen your plans quite like a rainy day. For many people, an unexpected storm can totally ruin their day.

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