Many factors put women at risk for diseases that seriously threaten their health. You may be able to avoid heart disease, cancer, strokes and some respiratory diseases if you stick with a healthy lifestyle.
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- Posted on 03/07/11
While some fitness myths, such as "no pain, no gain," are fading fast, many myths about exercise still exist. Here are some common ones - and the truth about themPosted on 03/07/11
Scientists study some pretty cool stuff. Seriously -- they've even figured out what foods have the power to make you feel happier when you eat 'em. Read on to find out what packs the biggest mood-boosting punch -- along with yummy recipes to work more of them into your routine.Posted on 03/07/11
An abundance of food at reasonable prices is something most Americans take for granted. When prices rise, there may be multiple causes, since there are many factors that drive the retail price paid at the market. These include the cost of the raw materials or commodities (farm value), labor, transportation, packaging, marketing, taxes and other miscellaneous costs.Posted on 03/07/11
Every spring Earth Day rolls around, and we're encouraged to be more aware of our impact on the planet. But why limit yourself to one day? Being "green" is a smart strategy all year long. It's good for the environment, and it could also save you money.Posted on 03/07/11
On the sustainable-savvy scale, I'd rank myself fairly high. I recycle my empty bottles, love shopping vintage, and eat a plant-based diet -- locally whenever possible, of course. But, even the greenest of us flub up occasionally.Posted on 03/07/11