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Is Exercise Making You Feel Sick?

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We’ve been cooped up all winter, and now that the weather is warming up it’s time to be outside riding bikes, walking, running and playing with the kids. But with the beauty of spring comes the misery of allergies. “As a pharmacist and long-time allergy sufferer, I’ve discovered how using natural remedies and lifestyle measures can help alleviate allergy symptoms so that you don’t have to hide indoors or suffer with drug side-effects,” says Sherry Torkos. Read More »

When Is It Time For A New Toothbrush?

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Like most things in life, toothbrushes eventually wear out with use. But how do you know if it’s time to throw your brush in the trash and invest in a new one? The following tips can help you recognize when it is time to replace your toothbrush to maintain a healthy, beautiful smile. Read More »

8 Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy and Sharp

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The brain is the body’s most complex organ. It’s also the most important one. That’s why keeping it healthy is critical, especially as you age. Every day, scientists are discovering how closely our minds and bodies are connected. As it turns out, the things that you do to keep your body and heart healthy may also be good for your brain. Read More »

Top 10 Places for an Active Vacation

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We all know vacations are for relaxing and forgetting about the real world, but your waistline doesn't know that! And when you take kids out of their normal active lifestyles, they'll be fine for a day, but just like wild horses, they need to run! Here are a few favorite spots to stay active on vacation without making it feel like actually working out! Read More »

How healthy is your smile? You’d be surprised

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That healthy smile may not be so healthy. Twenty-one percent of children and 91 percent of adults have caries (commonly referred to as tooth decay) in their permanent adult teeth, according to a recent National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHNES). But a recent breakthrough is available to help support oral health–in a sugar free chocolate flavored soft chew. An ... Read More »