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Last week we looked at eye health and how the nutrients lutein and zeaxanthin help keep one's eyesight sharp and clear late into life.
Many people experience a lack of energy and mild depression during the wintertime.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for staying healthy, and there are several ways for you to get more of it.
What's old is new again may be the simplest way to avoid whiplash when deciding what's good to eat.
College students pulling all-night study sessions chug energy drinks, coffee and have increasingly turned to prescription drugs like Adderall, raising fears about drug abuse.
Chef Kyle Evans and Registered Dietitian Annie Dogali sharing information with interested patrons at the Harrah Senior Center on March 4. The Avenues to Wellness program was launched at the Willits Senior Center on Tuesday, March 4, coinciding with the National Health Calendar designating March as "Nutrition Month."
In light of St. Patrick's Day, it's time to go green! Start the five-day kale challenge, and feel more alive and in control before the week is over.
Are most mainstream newspaper recipes for pie still giving recipes for pie crust that clog arteries and/or contain too many trans fats ? Welcome to National Pie Day which falls on March 14, 2014.
Protein supplements have been trendy for many years with the use of protein powders and bars.
Dryness is a common problem in Autumn. Dryness can manifest as constipation, dry throat, dry skin, dry eyes, dry brittle hair, thirst, and lack of sweat.
Spinach, a dark leafy green filled with protein, calcium, and vitamins, also contains components called thylakoids which help regulate your appetite.
One of the best ways to increase your mental prowess is to maintain a healthy physique.
Dry eye is a common and chronic condition that happens as we age. Dr. Anna A. Shagas shares three easy ways to prevent it.
Other food items you should add to your shopping list are colorful fruits and vegetables, with a special emphasis on blue and purple, which indicates the presence of anthocyanins, a pigment that scientists are looking at as a possible Alzheimer's preventive.
Sleep is an important part of overall health and wellbeing; however, loss of sleep due to insomnia can compromise one's health and well being.