6

May

2013

World Asthma Day: No Obesity, Lower Asthma Risk

¨It is time to control asthma¨ is this year´s slogan. Now you can fight back asthma by controlling what goes into your mouth. Worldwide, people are now celebrating the World Asthma Day. According to the website WebMd, asthma has risen in the United States during the past ...

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19

Apr

2013

National Garlic Day: FAQs About the Cloves

No one really knows who institutionalized April 19 as the National Garlic Day, but we appreciate someone did! On this blog, we want to share with you some answers to frequently asked questions related to garlic, as well as recipe ideas with garlic that you can cook on this ...

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15

Apr

2013

Cheers to a Life with Less Stress!

Since 1992, the Health Resource Network has focused its efforts on raising awareness of the causes and cures of stress. Let’s celebrate this day by relaxing and pampering yourself. You deserve it! Stress is the reason of why so many people feel tired, unhappy, and anxious. ...

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27

Mar

2013

Easter Eggs: 4 Quick and Easy Dyeing Ideas

Dyeing Easter eggs is fun and entertaining, it challenges your creativity, and it is an excellent way to spend time with your kids. The tradition of dyeing eggs is important in any household. Parents gather with their children and dedicate some time to dye eggs using ...

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12

Mar

2013

Eating Habits: Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day

It is the 40th anniversary of the National Nutrition Month! This year’s theme is “Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day”, so let’s start taking care of your nutrition by eating healthy food. You decide the time, the place, and the food type! You know that what goes in your mouth ...

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25

Jan

2013

Less Food Ads, Healthier Kids

Obesity has become a major concern in the US. A total of 16.9 percent of children age 2 to 19 are obese, according to a report published in 2012 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As stated on the Charity Sub website, 1 in 5 children age 6 to 11 are ...

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