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Alcohol: Toxic or Tonic?
The health effects of alcohol have been debated for hundreds of years. The consensus today is that alcohol can be either beneficial or damaging depending on how it's used.
Alcohol: When Enough Is Enough
About the only thing that alcohol abusers have in common is that they are all, in some way, damaging their lives. Here's how to recognize a drinking problem.
Preventing Cancer with Food
No single food or nutrient will remove the risk of cancer, but following some guidelines can reduce your chances of developing certain types of cancer.
Tap Water Or Bottled: Which Is Better?
Nutritionists are often asked, “Which is better: tap water or bottled water?” Surprisingly, very little objective, credible research exists to answer this question. This means that deciding which water to drink, be it tap or bottled, involves personal principle and an effort to find out what’s in your water.
Halting Hypertension With a Healthy Diet
Some people have blood pressure that is almost but not quite in the high range. This is called prehypertension. By adopting healthy habits, particularly eating right, you will help to stop prehypertension from moving to the next stage.
Defensive Drinking: Alcohol and Your Health
If you take a look at the scientific studies about the potential health effects of alcohol, you'll likely find your head spinning as if you just polished off an entire bottle of Merlot. Defining alcohol's role in a balanced lifestyle is not clear-cut.
Organize Yourself For A Healthy Lifestyle
Knowing how to make great choices is essential for lasting lifestyle change, but sometimes the hard part seems to be maintaining those choices every day. You know what to do — sometimes it's just hard to do it!

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Heart-Smart Eating
Why 'Fat-Free' Isn't Trouble-Free
Lower-fat foods sometimes contain more calories.
Folic Acid: Time to Supplement?
Folic acid is an important vitamin for women planning to become pregnant.


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