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  • Wellness.com - Women Over 35: Choosing the Right Moisturizer by Wellness EditorAre you using a moisturizer? It not only keeps skin smooth, but also prevents it from drying and cracking - not to mention, it reduces the look of fine lines and wrinkles. The challenge can be finding the right type of moisturizer for your age and skin type - especially when it comes to your face. Not just any brand off...

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  • Wellness.com - This Cancer May Be One Step Closer to a Cure by Wellness EditorMelanoma: It’s notorious for its low survival rate. It is considered a skin cancer, but it is really a cancer of pigment cells, which is why it can travel quickly all over the body, including the brain. Once considered a death sentence, advances have been made in recent years to extend the lives of those stricken with it...

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  • Wellness.com - 5 Simple Ways to Lower Cold and Flu Risk by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.Are you being bombarded with reminders to get a flu shot? Welcome to fall and winter. Whether you decide to get a flu shot or not is a personal decision that depends on your risk of complications from influenza, but regardless of that decision, there are other strategies to employ that will offer protection against illnes...

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  • Wellness.com - One More Reason Not to Use a Tanning Bed by Wellness EditorWith increasing knowledge about sun tanning being a major cause of skin cancer, the use of tanning beds has been on a - decline. However, a decent size of our population is still putting themselves at risk, and many of them might actually be addicted. Yes, you read that right... A - recent study - showed over 20 percent of w...

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  • Wellness.com - Life With a Schizoaffective Teen by M PucketteSchizoaffective disorder is a complex combination of schizophrenia and mood disorders, and difficult to diagnose because of overlapping symptoms. Each child’s symptoms are unique and morph over time. A parent must recognize the symptoms and discover how to reduce their impact… and distinguish them from typical troubled teen behavior. I r...

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  • Wellness.com - Period Bloat? Could Be What You’re Eating by Wellness EditorOf all the many side effects of having your period, one of many women’s least favorite is bloating. It can make you feel uncomfortable and even look like you’ve gained weight. For some women it’s even painful. While this PMS symptom is largely hormones causing water retention, what you eat can either help or make it worse. ...

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  • Wellness.com - 5 Leadership Suggestions from the Back Seat by Robyn BenincasaI'm a full time firefighter for the City of San Diego. And I have been for 19 years. In those 19 years, I’ve had an annual evaluation each and every year.  But I have yet to be asked what I think about my Captain and his/her leadership performance. As someone who spent the first 10 years of my professional life in field s...

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  • Wellness.com - Find the Time to Raise Healthy Eaters by Mia MoranWhy is it that we moms spend hours, weeks, months researching the best schools and summer camps, finding the best Christmas presents and birthday gifts, scoping out the best flat screen TVs, but we want to cook dinner in a quick 20 minutes. Think about it: we sign our children up for multiple activities when they are small so they ca...

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  • Wellness.com - 4 Tips on Surviving a Divorce by Sharon PopeDivorce is a loss. It is a loss of a relationship, of course, but it is also a loss of a dream you once held. It may be a loss of an identity. You may lose friendships and you’ll certainly lose money. But one of the other surprising things you lose in divorce is your sense of real clarity in your life. It’s like a fog has rolled in and you...

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  • Wellness.com - Breast Health -- Are You Aware of This? by Wellness EditorWhen it comes to breast health, it’s important to go far beyond what meets the eye. Breasts have 3 main parts: lobules, ducts, and connective tissue that can either be soft and fatty or dense and fibrous. If you have more fibrous tissue you may be diagnosed with dense breasts by your doctor, but what does that mean? - The Ins...

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  • Wellness.com - Catching a Cold? Having Sex Might Help! by Wellness EditorIt’s that time of year again - when the weather gets cooler, the leaves change, everything starts coming out with a pumpkin spice flavor, and everyone around you starts sniffling. Catching a cold or battling the flu is as much a part of Fall as Halloween decorations and tailgate parties. But it doesn’t have to be. “How?” you ...

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  • Wellness.com - The Social Media Drug and How it Affects You by Wellness EditorWe seem to be glued to our electronics. Where would we be without our computers and cell phones? Everywhere we look people are looking down at their phones. And many wonder why our kids are always wanting to be on our (or their own) phones, or on their tablets. Through all these electronic devices, social media has made ...

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  • Wellness.com - 3 Ways to Stay Safe in Emergency Situations by Wellness EditorHurricane season is upon us, and whether you live in an at-risk area or not, it is important to always be prepared in an increasingly unpredictable climate. One of the biggest issues first responders run into during disasters is that people fail to plan. This can turn minor problems into major and potentially life threate...

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  • Wellness.com - Forgetful? Science Says That Could Be Good News by Wellness EditorDo you frequently forget where you put your keys? Do you remember people’s faces but have a hard time remembering their names? Do you often walk into a room and forget why? Rejoice! It might make you smarter and more efficient! - Most of us associate the ability to remember facts, names or details with intelligence. R...

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  • Wellness.com - Does Caffeine Help Diabetic Women Live Longer? by Wellness EditorWhile a diabetes diagnosis can come with a scary and long list of don’ts, it turns out that for women, tea and coffee should not be on that list. According to a new study-, caffeine intake has surprising benefits for diabetic women. A Fine Cup Of Coffee  - The results of the research show something very surprising. Wo...

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  • Wellness.com - The Top 4 Cancers That Affect Women by Wellness EditorWhile both men and women can experience cancer of many varieties, it is said that on average, 1 in every 3 women will develop some form of the disease in their lifetime. It is important for all ladies to know what kinds of cancer they are especially at risk for, so that they may spot the signs if any arise in the future. Breast C...

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  • Wellness.com - 5 Foreplay Secrets to Spice Things Up by Wellness EditorDo you struggle with foreplay in the bedroom? Perhaps you don’t even talk about it. After all, this wasn’t something you learned in sex ed class. It almost seems like it is something we should all just “know.” But, let’s be honest, most of us simply aren't born with mad skills in the bedroom. The truth is that countless men and...

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  • Wellness.com - 5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Weight Loss by Wellness EditorIf you are unhappy with what you see when you look in the mirror, you are not alone! The health and fitness industry in the United States generates almost $26 billion a year, and you’re probably not the sole contributor to that number (if you are, we need to talk!). Every month, there seems to be a new activity (such a...

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  • Wellness.com - 5 Ways to Save Your Husband’s Life by Armin BrottIn case you hadn’t noticed, men have a pretty lackadaisical attitude toward their health—an attitude that contributes to the fact that they’re about 50% more likely than women to die of heart disease, 20% more likely to die of a stroke, and 15% more likely to die of cancer. And the situation is getting worse, with women outliving men ...

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  • Wellness.com - The Most Effective Approach to Reverse High Cholesterol and Hypertension by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.Have you had a blood test recently and were surprised to learn your cholesterol was high? Are you concerned at how elevated your blood pressure reading was at your last doctor’s appointment? Sure, you say to yourself, your diet isn’t perfect. And those numbers have been creeping up lately, ...

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  • Wellness.com - 5 Foods That Fend Off Hunger by Wellness EditorThe idea of eating to suppress appetite is more than a little appealing, and it makes sense. Of course, when you think about it, we do in fact eat to remove hunger. That sounds like an oversimplification but sometimes keeping it simple works out for the best. Since many people reach out to food in times of stress, anxiety and depression...

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  • Wellness.com - How A Nutritionist (me!) Lost 20 Pounds and Kept it Off for Good by Heather Carey, MSHere is a true confession that I don't include in my bio on my website.  In the not so long ago past I had been carrying an extra 20 pounds on my not so large 5'4" frame.  How much I weighed doesn't matter. It was too much for me, my height, my age and my body type ( I was not a body builder so I ha...

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  • Wellness.com - 3 Ways to Think Like Einstein and Attract New Love by Andrea GoegleinHas finding lasting love made you feel insane? Have you found yourself attracting the same type of mate and suffering through the same painful prolonged breakups? Have you vowed never – and I mean never – to date or fall in love again? Supposedly, one far wiser than I am, Mr. Albert Einstein himself, said, “Insanit...

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  • Wellness.com - Alternative Answers for Panic Attacks by Andrew PacholykWe all have fears and worries but when they begin to dominate our life and our behavior, and become the focal point in which everything revolves, that's anxiety. Many factors can contribute; trauma, chemical sensitivity, caffeine, heredity, drugs, alcohol, lifestyle choices....If you cannot change the situation that is the foc...

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  • Wellness.com - How Sleep Can Help You Avoid Junk Food by Wellness EditorIf you’ve ever had a bad day and resorted to a bag of chips or a pint of ice cream to feel better at the end of a long day, you’re not alone. There’s just something about junk food that sounds so appealing when you’re frustrated or sad. Nevertheless, too much junk food isn’t healthy and, while sometimes it can make you feel be...

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  • Wellness.com - This Popular Vitamin Increases Your Risk of Lung Cancer by Wellness EditorCompanies selling B vitamins have made all sorts of claims. They say that B vitamins can boost your health, metabolism, energy, and more. While this is true, it is only true if a person is deficient in B vitamins. The average person may not need an additional supplement. Despite this, around 50% of Americans t...

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  • Wellness.com - My Thoughts on Veganism: One Week After Eliminating Animal Products by Robert ParmerMy first week as a vegan was surprisingly easy and I owe it all to one thing: proper planning! I planned out what I would buy at the grocery store, and thought of simple, delicious vegan recipes ahead of time to keep me on track. In my - last Wellness article - , I explain the rationale behind choosi...

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  • Wellness.com - How to Build Muscle and Be Vegan by Dayton UttingerBeing or becoming healthy is a conscious, continuous process. We have to constantly be aware of what we’re putting into our bodies, how we’re using them, and if we’re getting enough rest. Everything from breakfast to bedtime is a health decision, and now that we have more access to information than ever, there really aren’t very man...

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