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Gum, bottled water and pizza bagels want to be called 'healthy'
NEW YORK — Pizza bagels, chewing gum and bottled water want to play a starring new role in our diets: foods that can be called healthy.
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Head of Healthy Living Center in Norfolk focuses on high rate of diabetes among African Americans
Dr. Olivia Newby's program is one of only five in Virginia that has achieved full recognition for diabetes prevention by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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7 Relationship Maintenance Tips for Healthy Couples
The question of what makes a healthy couple has been the subject of much research, writing, and theorizing. Through her years of experience as a couple therapist, Dr. Ellen Wachtel has come up with the seven qualities that she believes make for the kind of relationship we all strive for, or wish we had. The following seven tips have been adapted from Wachtel's book, The Heart of Couple Therapy: Knowing What to Do and How to Do It. Tip
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: Aim to make your partner feel good about themselves. It's not the responsibility of one partner to build up the other's low self-esteem or lack of self-worth, but for those with a generally healthy sense of self it's important to engage in behaviors that build one another up. Being mindful of how often you're criticizing your partner, and aiming instead to engage in positive reinforcement and authentic compliments can go a long way. Criticism is likely to slip out every so often, but it shouldn't be the dominant form of feedback you're giving or
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Technology Needs to Make Healthy Food Scalable and Affordable - ReadWrite
Many have been calling the healthy and organic food category the next trillion-dollar industry. With allergen-free foods experiencing 30 percent sales growth in the U.S. and healthy snacks alone estimated to top $138 billion by 2020, it’s not surprising that 88 percent of consumers say they’ll pay more for access to healthy foods. The demand …
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