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  • Ticked off! @vitamins, hair

    I'm ticked off at the idiots who smoke outside the entrances and exits of buildings. There should be a law that requires that there is not any smoking allowed at the entrances or exits of buildings. I have to hold my breath to not inhale the foul stinking...
  • Guard your eyesight with a diet rich in the protective nutrients

    No food is more synonymous with good vision than carrots. We've been told since childhood to liberally munch these orange vegetables if we want to protect our sight. The carrot-vision connection is not just a tale. Carrots are packed with vitamin A, which...
  • EatingWell: Food labels can be misleading

    Food labels can guide you toward healthier choices. Or they can lead you astray. Consider this: "Organic" doesn't always mean low-calorie, but consumers tend to link the two, according to some research. And even a true label claim may influence you in...
  • Providing baby with adequate vitamin D difficult without a supplement

    Providing baby with adequate vitamin D difficult without a supplement
    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Do babies need vitamin D supplements? I have three children and am pregnant with my fourth. I've never been told until now that I should plan to give the baby vitamin D. ANSWER: Research has shown a noticeable rise in the number of...
  • Should I be feeding my toddler organic foods?

     
    Q: Many of my friends are feeding their toddlers only foods that are labeled “organic” or “whole.” These foods are very expensive, and I wonder if they are worth the additional cost. I don't feed my 2-year-old son junk foods and...
  • Five Reasons to Fall for The Lehigh Valley

    Five Reasons to Fall for The Lehigh Valley
    Healthy ideas to feel your best this autumn 1. GET OUTSIDE The fall season brings with it plenty of cool, crisp air and vibrant fall foliage – making it the perfect time for outdoor activities. The comfortable temperatures make it ideal for a...
  • Food makers' health claims are hard to swallow

    A few years ago, Kellogg Co. embarked on an ad campaign to convince parents that eating Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal would make star students of their children, with higher levels of attention and memory. "Clinical studies" — a revered term —...
  • Vitamins don't make Girl Scout cookies healthful

    Vitamins don't make Girl Scout cookies healthful
    Fortified foods aren’t exactly new. In 1941, the makers of Wonder Bread first started adding vitamins to their highly processed white bread. Post Golden Crisp cereal gets more than half its calories from sugar, but darned if it isn’t fortified...
  • Think green

    ┬áRaw and cooked leafy greens are an important part of a healthful diet. You’re in the majority if your definition of leafy greens is limited to salads made with iceberg lettuce. On the plus side, your salad is low in calories —about 14...
  • Fruit juices and smoothies: Dangerous for your health?

     Fruit juices and smoothies: Dangerous for your health?
    The marketing for freshly pressed and blended juices promises instant energy, weight loss, a flood of vitamins and minerals — all in a single, portable, gulpable serving. Health-minded consumers seem to have bought the claims — and with...
  • EatingWell: 12 superfoods to help you eat healthy for $1 or less

    Every few months, it seems, there's hype about the latest, hottest superfood. But lots of ordinary foods, many of which are stocked in nearly every grocery store in America, are "superfoods" brimming with various disease-fighting nutrients, usually...
  • FDA raises alarm about 'natural' sex supplements

    FDA raises alarm about 'natural' sex supplements
    The dietary supplement Rock-It Man was touted as a potent, all-natural solution for the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, one that promised results in just 25 minutes. But when it was tested in a federal lab earlier this year, Rock-It Man turned out...