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Being aware of what you eat

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It’s more than halfway through January and those of us who started a new diet for the new year may need some advice to strengthen our resolve. Experts agree that by slowing down and beco...


Wake up your feet and hands

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People with poor circulation experience challenges with balance and mobility and have trouble starting an exercise regimen. This exercise is designed to wake the hands and feet through a...


Saccharin does not lead to diabetes in healthy adults

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For those trying to live a healthy lifestyle, the choice between sugar and artificial sweeteners such as saccharin can be confusing. A new study led by researchers at The Ohio State Univ...


A breathtaking view

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It’s great weather and a new year – why not head for the hills? Every Sunday Scenic Drive is closed to traffic from 7 a.m. to noon to allow the El Pasoans to safely walk, jog, run and bi...


Tell yourself to shut up

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We begin each new year with a renewed mission for personal improvement. But most of the time that mission is sabotaged by our own inner critic. Our inner critic is the voice in our head ...


What to do when inspiration is low

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‘Aspire to inspire before we expire, ‘- Eugene Bell Jr Everyone has someone in mind that inspires them. It may be an author, a prize fighter or a favorite teacher. Today, we encourag...


Apple Cider Vinegar for weight loss

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Several studies show that apple cider vinegar can increase feelings of fullness. This can lead you to eat fewer calories and lose weight. For example, according to one study, taking vine...


Black bean and corn salad

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Eating a little healthier doesn’t have to be a huge chore. This tasty salad is full of nutrition and can be made in minutes – and on a budget! Ingredients 1 can of black beans – 1 ...


A comfortable pace for walking

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When staring a regular walking routine, plan to cover a set distance each day and monitor how long it takes you to walk it. As your fitness improves, you will be able to walk a longer di...


Covid19 can cause cognitive issues

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More and more evidence is coming out that people with COVID-19 are suffering from cognitive effects, such as brain fog and fatigue. And researchers are discovering why. The SARS-CoV-2 viru...


It’s National Sunday Supper Day

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National Sunday Supper Day encourages families to gather around the table, enjoy a meal and a conversation on the second Sunday in January. So today is as good a day as any to round up the h...


Learn self-compassion

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Self-compassion begins with the simple practice of noticing what you are feeling. In doing so, you remind yourself that you are human and therefore not perfect. When you learn to treat yours...


Where are you going in 2021?

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“The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide you’re not going to stay where you are.” —J.P. Morgan While the pandemic has limited our ability to move freely about the world,...


It’s a good time to detox

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A new year brings the promise of a new outlook and a renewed sense of purpose. Why not also renew your digestive system by introducing some detoxification measures? Here’s one way: Gr...


New diet for the new year? Here’s some advice

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Many people begin a diet to lose weight and improve health as part of their new year’s resolutions. But, instead of making huge drastic changes, experts say that in order to stick to a s...


Making exercise enjoyable is the key to success

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The holidays are over, and the time has come to start a ‘regular’ fitness routine. Whether a die-hard fitness buff, a couch potato or someone in between, many people start an exercise pr...


Blood vessel cells and chronic inflammation of obesity

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When a person consumes more calories than needed, the excess calories are stored in the form of triglycerides inside fat tissue, also known as white adipose tissue (WAT). Researchers kno...


Plant a surprise smile

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Why do people love throwing surprise parties? One reason is that it brings us great joy to see an unexpected smile on a loved one’s face. Today, we encourage you to think up an eas...


Work on being optimistic

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It’s a new year and hopefully it will be much better than last. Here is a tip on how to bolster your optimism: Think of your best possible self. Spend about 15 minutes thinking of ...


Make yourself a promise in 2021

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Today is New Year’s Day and it is also Inspire Friday at ( and in the spirit of new beginnings, we encourage you to choose one –...


Supplements for when you have had too much

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While the perils of drinking too much alcohol are widely known, many people will wake up on January 1 with a pounding reminder of the price of their good time. Here are some supplements ...


Black eyed peas to ring in the new year

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A traditional symbol of good luck and prosperity is the black-eyed pea. Many people make it a point to enjoy a big bowl of black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day. It’s no wonder they bring lu...


Get an exercise snack!

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Because you might not get to exercise every day during the holidays, or the workouts you do get in might not be as robust as usual, try to focus on sneaking in short bursts of activity a...


Plastics pose threat to human health, report shows

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Plastics contain and leach hazardous chemicals, including endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) that threaten human health. An authoritative new report, Plastics, EDCs, & Health,...

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