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Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
Do you value American lives more than foreign lives?
One tasty little Mini and Zuke is at full attention. He sits, stays, and focuses- ready to learn or just enjoy a healthy treat for being such a good boy.
Like many common food faux pax , most of us kind of know that sodas are bad for usa but we drink them anyway because we don't really know why they're bad.
Saving the land doesn't necessarily mean a return to it. Especially if that means no more fashion...um, no thanks.
Because mangos possess more than 20 vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A and vitamin C, recent studies suggest consumption of the "superfruit" is associated with healthier diets, according to a news release from the Orlando, Fla.-based National Mango Board.
Lately the hottest thing since sliced bread seems to be, well, pretty much the opposite of that.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a rather vague name for a chronic disorder that inhibits breathing and oxygen delivery to the blood.
Vitamin C infused shower heads are believed to reduce chlorine in your tap water, which could result in healthier hair and skin.
Now's the time - late fall through early winter - you'll find vibrant red pomegranates in produce and grocery stores.
For years, many celebrities in the U.S. and elsewhere have been open about being gay.
Supercharging our immune systems with supplements seems to be a national obsession, with 36 million pounds spent annually in the UK on vitamin C alone, according to the NHS.
CHRISTMAS time means mulled wine, mince pies, turkey leftovers, chocolate, and alcohol, plus time off work - it's a bad combination for our waistlines and our motivation, and it's cold outside too.
Eat right, stress less. Sounds like a good deal, right? Especially during the holidays, when the last thing on your wish list is more stress.
One of the nation's most famous alternative health gurus, Dr. Andrew Weil, visited Dr. Mehmet Oz's talk show on December 3 to talk about his favorite health all-stars.
Due in part to the fact that vitamins are not patentable, and pharmaceutical firms have little to gain by paying the considerable costs of randomized controlled trials for existing natural substances, there is a paucity of RCT data regarding these substances.