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Kissing Flu Season Goodbye

If you want to ensure your safety and say goodbye to flu season without a worry in the world of catching a cold or developing an illness, keep these last-minute tips in mind.

Seasonal influenza can be detected at any point of the year in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but it generally lasts from October through May. Thankfully, peak flu months generally only last between December and February, which means we only have a few weeks left to worry about the insurmountable spread of germs. Soon, ...

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Reducing Your Cancer Risk with Healthy Food Choices

Your choice of dietary habits has majority influence over the wellness of your immune system, ultimately heightening or reducing your chances of developing certain cancer.

Cancer may be unpredictable, but there are plenty of ways to reduce your risk before the debilitating condition wreaks havoc on your body and changes your life forever. Improved lifestyle factors, such as exercising, avoiding tobacco and limiting alcohol consumption, have a large impact on your cancer risk. Most importantly, your choice of dietary habits has a major influence on the ...

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Lifestyle Tips for Reducing Your Cancer Risk

Based on the most common risk factors for developing cancer, here are a few lifestyle tips for reducing your risk.

Did you know that World Cancer Day is Feb. 4? It's a global event to unite the population against cancer. It's primary objective is to raise awareness and educate the world about the life-threatening disease, teaching individuals how they can take action toward preventing cancer in the future. An unfortunate 8.8 million people pass away from cancer every year. And ...

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Not All Lung Cancer Patients Were Smokers

You may be surprised to discover that many young, healthy individuals are diagnosed with lung cancer each year.

Is it true that lung cancer patients receive less compassion and support than those who have been diagnosed with other forms of cancer? Though it may be hard to believe, unfortunately the answer is yes. According to a press release from Lung Cancer Canada, 1 in 5 Canadians do not feel as much sympathy for those with lung cancer as ...

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What is the Difference Between Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3?

Learn about the difference between vitamin D2 and D3.

Often called the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is extremely important for the body and its health. As our health experts from Hallelujah Diet explained, research has found that those who have high levels of vitamin D are better protected from a number of modern health concerns and diseases. Today however, most people do not get enough of God's most natural ...

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4 Benefits of Selenium

Start fueling your body with this essential trace mineral to reap the following benefits.

There are plenty of nutrients you rely on for your overall well-being. Vitamins A, B and C, for example, are familiar and play an important role in keeping your body in top shape. But there are other critical nutrients that many people forget about, likely because the body only requires a small dose. Selenium, for example, is key for a ...

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Following a Plant-Based Diet on a Budget

If you’re still worried about embarking on your new and improved regimen because of the price, don’t worry. Here are a few tips for following a plant-based diet on a budget.

People use dozens of excuses for not eating healthy. Some blame it on their co-workers who bring free unhealthy lunches to work every day, while others claim that fruits and vegetables don't last long enough in the refrigerator before spoiling. Another common complaint is price: "Buying healthy options is just too expensive." But making smarter food choices doesn't have to be so ...

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Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day?

Contrary to popular belief, the answer might be an astounding "no," as some research says breakfast is certainly a meal, but it's not as important as you think.

The phrase "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day" is likely ingrained in your mind, whether you learned it from your parents, teachers or the many self-proclaimed "health experts" in the world. The idea of fueling your body after fasting for hours of rest makes sense, but have you ever reconsidered this popular assumption, that breakfast trumps all ...

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Great Recipes for Football Sunday

If you’re hosting the next football Sunday get-together, try some of our favorite snackable recipes!

After church, many enjoy spending their Sunday afternoons huddled around the TV to watch the home team play football. But what's game day without the delicious snacks that come with it? Some people use tasty treats as an excuse to get excited about the big game in the first place! Just because you want to enjoy the football appetizers doesn't mean ...

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