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August 5, 2022
Three Die in Three Days in Glacier National Park

It’s not always a walk in the park when people go for, well, a walk in the national parks. Three hiking deaths occurred in Glacier National Park in three days.

August 4, 2022
Five Alcoholic Drinks a Week Will Age You

New research has found that five glass of wine or eight pints of beer a week ages the DNA. That, in turn, can lead to age-related illnesses and some cancers.

August 3, 2022
Exercise Can’t Compensate for Your Diet

A new study has found that exercise alone cannot overcome the effects of a poor diet. High physical activity levels cannot undo the harm a bad diet has on mortality risks.

August 2, 2022
Four High-protein, Low-carb, Yummy Vegan Salads

We're sharing four delicious vegan salad recipes. Cheese, eggs and meat are often added to salads to make them a meal with protein, these vegan options use protein-rich veggies and tofu to achieve the same goal.

August 1, 2022
Can’t Sleep? Get Up

We’ve all heard that when you can’t sleep, you should just stay still in bed. But, lying in bed for 15 to 20 minutes can train your brain to associate your bed with sleeplessness and is linked to chronic insomnia.

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July 29, 2022
Recognizing the Signs of Heatstroke

We usually urge you to get outside on Fridays. But parts of the country are sweltering. Heatstroke can lead to death, so it’s essential to avoid it and recognize the symptoms to get help fast.

July 28, 2022
Keto Is Slightly Better for Blood Sugar but Not Healthier than Mediterranean

A new study pitted the keto diet against the Mediterranean. It had mixed results. Keto was slightly better for blood sugar, but there wasn't a clear-cut winner.

July 27, 2022
Vitamin B6 Aids Anxiety, Depression

A study gave participants a placebo, B6 or B12 and then tracked a chemical that blocks stress. People taking B6 had significantly higher levels of Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid and felt less anxious and depressed.

July 26, 2022
Four Avocado Recipes that Aren’t Guacamole

We're celebrating avocados with delicious recipes that are perfect from breakfast to dinner and starter to dessert. We think you’ll love these fun, low-carb options that will help you branch out from guacamole!

July 25, 2022
Alcohol Harms Young People May Help Heart, Blood Sugar in Older People

We hear so many studies about how alcohol aids health that it’s easy to think it’s universally true. But, according to a new study, no amount of alcohol should be considered healthy for people under the age of 40.

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July 22, 2022
How to Hike with Your Dog in Summer

At this time of year, people want to go walking and hiking with their dogs. There are some steps you must take and gear you have to bring to make sure your furry friend is safe and has fun.

July 21, 2022
Exercising on the Weekend Pays Off

Living a sedentary lifestyle contributes to the risk of early death. Being physically active can lower the risks. And research has found that people who were active daily and “weekend warriors” had the same positive results.

July 20, 2022
Less than Seven Percent of People Have Good Heart Health

America is at a critical infection point for heart and metabolic health. Less than seven percent of adults in a large survey had good cardiometabolic health, and the rate is heading downward.

July 19, 2022
Four Recipes for Breadless Sandwiches that Aren't Wraps

Lettuce wraps and meat roll-ups are great. But we want as many breadless sandwich options as possible! When it comes to low-carb alternatives, the sky is the limit. Here are four low-carb breadless sandwich recipes we love.

July 18, 2022
Onions Are Excellent for Kidney Health

Eating well can help you as part of your healthy routine. Today, we’re looking at the health benefits of onions, including how they help heart and kidney health.

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July 15, 2022
Yellowstone’s Flood, Yosemite’s Fire Highlight Threats to Parks

Getting out into the national parks is worth it. But unpredictable weather and fires are becoming more regular. Yellowstone's flood and Yosemite's fire are the most recent but not the first.

July 14, 2022
Reading Is Good for Health

Mental exercise also helps your physical health. Reading literally strengthens your brain. It helps the heart. It can aid longevity. And it can help your social life.

July 13, 2022
Seeing Food Causes Blood Sugar Response

The brain starts a host of actions for digestion. The order for the pancreas to release insulin goes out before you have taken the first bite of your meal because of an inflammatory response.

July 12, 2022
Four Savory Blueberry Recipes You’ll Love

It’s National Blueberry Month. We’ve shared sweet blueberry recipes in the past. Today, for something different, we are looking at tasty, low-carb savory blueberry recipes.

July 11, 2022
Is the No White Food Diet Healthy?

We’re looking at the “no white food” diet. We don’t like it for the name alone. Restrictive diet rules can lead you to quit them and feel like you have “failed.” But, the diet is better than the name implies.

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