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  • Family Fitness Activities

    Family Fitness Activities

    With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, it’s a good time to get the family outdoors for some fun and all-ages fitness activities. From tending a backyard garden together, flying kites in […]

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  • Chickpea & Potato Hash

    Chickpea & Potato Hash

    Chickpea & Potato Hash The eggs cook right on top of this chickpea and potato hash—cook them a few extra minutes if you prefer hard-set eggs. Serve with warm pita bread and a cucumber salad […]

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  • Za’atar-Roasted Chicken Tenders & Vegetables with Couscous

    Za’atar-Roasted Chicken Tenders & Vegetables with Couscous

    Za’atar-Roasted Chicken Tenders & Vegetables with Couscous Za’atar (or zaatar)—a Middle-Eastern spice blend that’s a mix of thyme, sumac, salt, sesame seeds and sometimes other herbs—gives this sheet-pan roast chicken recipe tons of flavor. Chicken […]

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  • Chicken Banh Mi Pizza

    Chicken Banh Mi Pizza

    Chicken Banh Mi Pizza This healthy pizza recipe is inspired by the Vietnamese sandwich called banh mi. Spread on the pizza dough, the curry sauce adds just the right amount of Thai seasoning and spice. […]

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  • #IDriveMyHealth: Olivia’s Story

    #IDriveMyHealth: Olivia’s Story

    Nearly three in four NASCAR® fans are impacted by diabetes, which affects approximately 30 million people nationwide. The Drive to Stop DiabetesSM campaign, presented by Lilly Diabetes in collaboration with American Diabetes Association®, strives to empower […]

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  • Your ‘Sixth Sense’ May Keep You Safe While Driving—Except When You’re Texting

    Whether it’s kids squabbling in the back seat, work stress, or your phone constantly pinging, countless things can distract you when you’re driving. But are certain distractions riskier than others?  That’s what researchers from the University of Houston and the Texas […]

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  • The Most Depressing Time of Year? Suicide Rates Spike in Spring

    The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and woodland creatures are literally coming out to play—it’s like a Disney movie out there. But while springtime seems hyper-cheerful, not everyone feels that way. For some people, the season can […]

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  • Oven-Fried Beef Taquitos

    Oven-Fried Beef Taquitos

    Oven-Fried Beef Taquitos This healthy beef taquitos recipe calls for baking instead of deep-frying, making the taquitos substantially healthier than what you’d get at a restaurant. One order of these little deep-fried, rolled-up tacos at […]

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  • Tylenol Ingredient May Impair Your Ability to Empathize With Others

    A recent study suggests that taking acetaminophen may not only dull your physical pain, but your ability to feel others’ pain as well. Acetaminophen, which is the painkiller in Tylenol, is the most common drug ingredient in the U.S, according to the […]

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  • 20 Things You Should Throw Away for Better Health

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