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Vampire Craze Inspires Teen Biting Trend

Parents and Twi-Hards, LISTEN up! Fans of Twilight and The Vampire Diaries can’t get enough of the vampire craze, but they may be taking their love of the supernatural beings a little too far. A new trend shows that teens are now biting each other to show their love and affection. A new report shows that […]

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Steak Not Linked To Heart Disease, But…

Bacon Is! From the MEMORIAL DAY COOKOUT NEWS : There’s some good news and some bad news for meat lovers out there. A new study has found that red meat is NOT linked to heart disease, strokes or diabetes — unless it is salted or cured. So, steaks are good for you… but bacon and […]

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Broccoli Is A Great Sunscreen!

The hot new ingredient in sunscreens may be –broccoli. Inflammation and redness are key measures of future skin cancer risk. Researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine are finding out that not only is broccoli a potent cancer-fighter when you eat it, applying a smear of an extract found in broccoli sprouts to skin reduced […]

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SINUS ISSUES? COULD BE SECOND-HAND SMOKE

Cigarette smoke could be to blame for much of the chronic itchy, runny nose and sinus woes — also known as rhinosinusitis — that plague one in every six US adults. New research (Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario) shows if you’ve had a history of chronic rhinosinusitis or if you have sensitive nasal passages […]

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Catch Phrases You Should Quit Saying

Catch phrases you should quit saying according to Men’s Health: “I meant to…” — Translation: “I thought of you, and then immediately thought of something better.” It’s not always the thought that counts. “I’m sorry you feel that way.” — An apology doesn’t need to be long or repetitious. You just need to mean it, […]

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WHY COFFEE’S OKAY

While we’re well aware of the cons to drinking coffee, we’ve learned that the positive benefits can sometimes outweigh the negative effects. So why have older studies given coffee such a bad rep? The reason is quite simple — studies that had previously linked coffee consumption to cancer were inadvertently studying coffee drinkers who were […]

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Live Broadcast, Jackpot Machine, and YOUR health?

The first Spring Health Fair from Mark Twain St. Joseph’s Hospital starts at 7:00am this Saturday morning at Ironstone Vineyards. Til Noon you can have a free health screening, get a blood analysis, look into senior services, get bone density screenings, nutrition information, fitness information, food, music, and FUN with our Jackpot machine, dolling out […]

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HOME CURES THAT ACTUALLY WORK

Prevention magazine says these home remedies actually work. Comment on this blog and let me know if you’ve ever used any of these remedies. Apples for whiter teeth Apples and other crunchy fruits and vegetables act as natural “scrubbers” on the teeth, a natural cleansing action that helps fight stains on enamel. Listerine for blisters […]

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CHRISTMAS PERILS

Christmas tree fire – How often does that happen? Christmas trees account for about 200 fires annually, resulting in six deaths, 25 injuries and more than $6 million in property damage, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Prevention? Make a fresh cut to remove at least half an inch of wood from the base of […]

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Consider this..Holiday Eating No-No’s

Consider this fact presented by Women’s Health magazine: The average American eats 600 additional calories per day between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. Translation: That’s an extra six pounds. Yikes! But if you know which foods are the worst culprits for your waistline, you can battle back more effectively: Worst Classic Holiday Drink: Eggnog — At […]

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