August 2014


thanksgiving170x150.jpgThanksgiving, GratitudeSaid to Boost Emotional Outlook

Giving thanks on Thanksgiving sounds like a cliche. But evidence is mounting that counting your blessings can make you happier. Think of it as an emotional reset button, psychologists say - especially in tough times like these.

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Coffee May Protect Against Endometrial Cancer

Ladies, here's another reason to defend that coffee habit you just can't kick. A new study found that java may protect against endometrial cancer, which begins in the lining of the uterus. It is the most common type of uterine cancer.

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Grateful? Write it down. Think about it. Talk about it. 'Tis the season of thanking, and not only will you spread those positive vibrations to those around you, your health will benefit, too.

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  Sugary Drinks: A Health Risk for Women

Drinking two or more sugar-sweetened beverages a day may expand a woman’s waistline and increase her risk of heart disease and diabetes, according to this study.

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Foods That Make You Glow from Head to Toe


While we want to look good at the beach, it's important to feel good too. Here, experts tell us the best foods to make us glow from head to toe (hint: they'll also help you shed a pound or two!) to make putting on a bathing suit a fun experience.

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  Women More Likely to Have 'Broken Heart Syndrome'

Females are seven to nine times more likely to suffer "broken heart syndrome," when sudden or prolonged stress like an emotional breakup or death causes overwhelming heart failure or heart attack..

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