Check out this health recap from Dr. Oz's book, YOU: Staying Young: The Owner's Manual for Extending Your Warranty.

(From Getting healthy doesn’t necessarily mean turning your whole life upside down. There are simple adjustments that can be made to your daily routine to get you trucking down the road to a healthier, happier you.

(From Fat-free is the healthiest choice. Don’t eat after the sun goes down. Eat a low carb diet. We’ve all been exposed to various “diet tips” over the years and, accurate or not, many of us still live by them. It’s time to demystify six of these outdated and unhelpful rules once and for […]

(From You’ve finally gotten off the couch and into the gym. Now instead of spending hours in front of the television, you’re spending hours at the gym sweating off pounds and conditioning your body. But how are you feeling?

(From When the sun comes up and you begin to stir, what runs through your mind? When your eyes open and your mind and body begin to awaken from a night of sleep, what happens? What does your mind do? What does your body want?


Via: “On the Move To Stop Colon Cancer” Join Us: Saturday, March 6, 2010 Tom Bass Park III, Area Drive Pavilion 5 15108 Cullen Blvd. Houston, TX 77047 3 Mile Walk (Run if you like!) Thank you for your interest in supporting Hope Through Grace, Inc! By registering for our 5th Annual Walk-A-Thon you […]

by Dr. Maoshing Ni a Yahoo! Health Expert for Cholesterol What do you see when you look in the mirror? According to Chinese medicine, your face is a window to your health. Your forehead, nose, chin, right cheek, left cheek: Each of these five face zones gives you clues to what is going on inside […]

(From It’s become so common in our culture to assume we need things – a lot of things. Over-consumption is not only a strain on our bank accounts and environment, it can also be harmful to our health. Whether there’s a warning label or not (usually not), many of the things we buy have […]

(From Almost 400,000 women die of heart disease in the United States each year, and a large percentage of them are black females. In fact, diseases of the heart and circulation, which include heart attacks, stroke, heart failure, kidney disease, hypertension, and diabetes, are responsible for killing more black women than anything else in […]

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