Taylor Dahl

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    Find out which everyday foods hide a shockingly high amount of sugar. View Slideshow
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    Get Up On This!

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    Avoid lunch-making stress with these simple ideas. View Slideshow
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    Study Finds Women Prefer Taller Men

    The next time that special lady catches your eye, ask yourself: Am I tall enough to be her man? One study published in the Journal of Family Issues found that most women just aren't willing to settle for shorter guys.

    The taller you are, the safer she feels
    Researchers from two U.S. colleges collected

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    The Diet that Scares Off Cancer

    The most-feared health risk in North America is the big C, but in one recent survey not even half of all adults were hip to the do-it-yourself steps that can help wipe out an estimated 400,000 new cases of cancer a year. The great news: There's a bushel basket of fresh reports that reveal how a d

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    6 Ways Optimism Makes You Healthier

    What's something that feels amazing, is contagious, and could actually save your life? Realistic optimism. Embracing that glass-is-half-full view of the world, while willing to acknowledge its challenges, can increase your happiness quotient, help you live more healthfully and roll back your RealAge

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    Meet the New Nutrition Powerhouse: Leafy Greens
    Heart-shaped leaves and a peppery punch make watercress a foodie favorite in salads and sandwiches. And recently, this leafy green took the top ranking for its nutritional wallop. In a report from New Jersey’s William Patterson College this under-appreciated green and nine others nabbed the top 10 spots
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    How to eat well and protect your health with hepatitis C View Slideshow
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    An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

    Worried about what’s causing your lingering cough? Having trouble with weight loss? Wondering what foods are dangerous to eat when you’re pregnant?

    To find answers for your health questions and concerns, you may already have a powerful tool right in your pocket or purse -- your smartphone. From nutrition to neck pain,

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    Napping After Lunch is a Recipe for Reflux
    A quick nap in the middle of the day might be a great way to battle an afternoon energy slump, but for people with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), it could be more likely to bring on a bout of reflux, according to one small study.
     
    The study, published in the journal Clinical Gastroenterology
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    YUM! 11 delicious weight-loss foods: https://www.sharecare.com/health/diet-nutrition/slideshow/top-11-foods-for-weight-loss
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    Are Your Contact Lenses Swimming in Bacteria?
    Contact lenses are so popular, even grade-school children with fuzzy vision are skipping the specs and choosing contacts. The trend makes it easy to forget that contacts can expose users to some serious vision risks, especially for folks who don’t read the fine print on how to care for lenses safely.
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    Want to Feel Happy? Just Say No
    Have you ever said yes when you wanted to say no? Chances are you have – and you’re far from alone. But giving yourself permission to turn down requests you don’t want to do or don’t have time to do can improve your mental health and boost your happiness quotient. Here’s why:
     
    1. “No” sets boundaries.
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    1. Taylor Dahl This is a great article from one of my favorite experts, Julie Hanks.
      On Aug 07
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    There's been lots of news coverage on ebola. Here are the 10 must-know facts about this disease: https://www.sharecare.com/health/family-health/article/ebola-10-must-know-facts
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    Do you suffer from migraines? Knowing all the possible triggers is your first step in protecting yourself against those can't-see-straight headaches....Full Post