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Healthy Lunch and Breakfast Keep Students Alert
Studies have shown that children who eat healthy, balanced breakfasts and lunches are more alert throughout the school day and also earn higher marks than those who have an unhealthy diet...

Heart Disease, Alzheimer's Linked by Common Risk Factors
Some risk factors for heart disease may also be linked with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia, a new study reports.
Big Swings in Blood Pressure Could Spell Trouble
Wide blood pressure fluctuations may signal an increased risk of heart disease and early death, researchers say.
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  Its spring time again, the time of year to think of renewal and new beginnings, a time to improve our health and reach new goals. With that in mind, here is a simple health quiz to assist in making new or renewed healthy decisions to reach the healthiest you possible. This is a quiz designed to improve our thinking and our mind and the suggestion herein can be easily incorporated into any lifestyle.
 1. Which fats may improve mood by supporting your brain’s grey matter?

  One of the reasons breakfast is the most important meals of the day is due to the opportunity it presents to give a gift to the heart.  Heart health is a topic that interests everyone at some point in their lives. Whether directly or through a loved one, everyone is touched by the specter of looming heart disease, especially here in the U.S. Heart disease is the number one killer in the U.S. and the unmitigated effects create quality of life issues for Tens of millions of Americans.

Tom Hanks, in an Oscar worthy performance, spoke the now iconic words “stupid is as stupid does”. This famous movie line, an instant classic, stated clearly that we are what we do, or unfortunately what we don’t do. Recently, in more somber tones, this famously funny actor revealed he has been diagnosed with type II diabetes. He also stated that his doctor told him that if he loses 25 pounds and exercises regularly, he will erase the disease from his body.

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More fiber = healthier breasts
Women who consume high-fiber diets have a 30 percent reduction in breast cancer risk compared to women on a low-fiber diet. For protective benefits, try to consume 25 to 30 grams of fiber a day. Some good sources of fiber include beans, oatmeal, high-fiber cereals and breads, and of course, lots of fruits and veggies.

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