Multivitamins May be Key to Better Cancer Prevention

According to Dr. Eliza Perez-Francisco, a nutritionist and family physician, the second Physician’s Health Survey, suggested that multivitamin may help mitigate cancer risk. According to the study, there was “a modest but statistically significant reduction” in cancer among doctors who took multivitamins. Read more…

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5 Simple Food Substitutions to Improve Your Heart Health

Some believe that improving heart health is too difficult, requiring serious changes to diet. While optimal heart health requires lifestyle changes, there are small things you can do to improve your health. Here are a few easy food substituions you an do today. Read more…

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Are Food Trucks Safe?

Food trucks are all the rage in cities across the country. But is their food safe? Do current laws ensure food truck operators meet quality standards? Read more…

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Robotic Bees: A Backup Plan For Colony Collapse Disorder?

“There’s a very real possibility that CCD will decimate our bee populations before a solution can be found.” The Robobee Project is one attempt to curb this problem. Scientific American reports the difficulties of creating such a small robot. Read more…

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Get the Right Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs

Do you know the differences between vitamins, minerals, and herbs? All of them are important for maintaining good health. Here is the essential guide. Read more…

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9 Heart Healthy Super Foods

Heart disease is still one of the top killers in America. Here are some super-foods that can ensure heart health for years to come. Read more…

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Organic Shoppers are LESS Likely to be Helpful to Other People

A study conducted by US psychologist Dr. Kendall Eskine found tha those who buy organic products are less likely to show kindness to others. Organic products make people feel more secure about themselves and thus weaken the urge to act unselfishly. They also tend to judge moral behavior more harshly. Read more…

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5 New Ways to Make Fast Food Healthy

Is fast food redeemable or is it all a threat to your health? According to reports, healthier options are driving sales at fast food chains. This does not mean it is all safe to eat. Here are some helpful tips. Read more…

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What Vitamins Do You Really Need?

It seems like every day there is a new report about which vitamins we need. The Journal of the AMA suggests these vitamins in the following doses. Read more…

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Veggies Meet A Fork In The Road: Heart Health v. Food Poisoning

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that most food born illness outbreaks and caused by fresh produce. Another study from Oxford University found that a vegetarian diet can reduce the risk of heart disease by 32%. Thus, taking care of fresh produce is even more of an imperative than was once thought. Read more…

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