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5 Veggies to Get You Started on a Healthy Noodle Habit By ANNA LAZOWSKI If you’ve gone gluten-free or are just trying to cut down on processed carbohydrates while increasing your intake of fresh veggies,…

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When Iron Strikes

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The most red-blooded of essential minerals has a dark side, and it’s mainly because of the meat By SYD BAUMEL Iron, that most red-blooded of essential nutrients, has a dark side. >And it’s not just…

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Non-Judgment Day

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By KELLIE KAMRYN I’m writing this on the heels of a post I read on Facebook by author Elizabeth Gilbert. She speaks about women judging other women for some choices they make in regards to their…

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Ear-Splitting

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By Marie Sharpe Schnerch A few years ago, after hearing that his cousin had been diagnosed with something called Sleep Apnea, my husband mentioned that he thought I might be suffering from the same condition….

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A Fighting Chance

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By Marie Sharpe Schnerch As I stepped from the house into the cool morning air the other day, my eyes shifted to the sky in an effort to see the geese I could hear so…

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Keep Your Pets Tick-Free

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Those little bloodsuckers are everywhere, and they can spread some serious disease By KATHY SPREEN, MD When the weather is warm and humid, ticks are very active. There is nothing a tick likes more than…

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A Tale of Two Vegans

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Al Gore keeps a low profile while James Cameron gets in your face By Syd Baumel No sooner had Al Gore rocked the world with An Inconvenient Truth than the sniping began. There was an…

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