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The approach of a new year has many plotting positive change in their lives.
Each year, after all the Christmas festivities are finished but before the calendar officially turns to another year, many Americans make at least one resolution to do better in at least ...
Nothing says Merry Christmas like a nicely roasted turkey.
All holidays have something in common – food! Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or New Year’s all have traditions that include food.
Mistletoe, gingerbread and whiffs of pine may elicit special memories of Christmas, but if you are going through cancer treatment, the thoughts or smells of holiday comfort foods might ...
December 1-7 is Crohn’s Awareness Week. This is an important opportunity to share about a disease that can be very debilitating and very embarrassing for the people who have it.
written by Tanya Zuckerbrot
You are at your company’s holiday party checking out a glorious buffet that’s laden with delicious food.
Besides fighting urinary tract infections and bad cholestrol, cranberries have a compound in them called proanthocyanidine, which help prevent plaque on teeth.
I love the holidays and all the wonderful warmth, cheer and homey scents that go along with it. But did you know those wonderful smells can help enhance our mood and potentially our ...
Do you know your food safety this holiday season? Carefully take food from each holiday event and avoid foodborne illness.
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!