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  • Understanding Unconventional Medicine

    While many health care providers once snickered at the idea of using yoga or herbs to heal the body, many have warmed to the idea. Complementary and alternative medicine isn’t so out of the ordinary anymore.

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  • Think Extra Pounds Are No Biggie?

    Obesity increases your risk for heart disease, certain cancers, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, stroke, and many other health problems. Now, some research indicates obesity may also affect your brain and your offspring. Find out whether you're in the danger zone.

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  • From Kitchen to Bathroom, Oatmeal's a Winner

    Oatmeal can do more than make for a hearty morning meal. It can also serve as a star ingredient in cosmetics and other personal care products.

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