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Add these gadgets to your kitchen to make cooking healthy and fun • Good Medical

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " According to a new study on meal planning conducted by the online grocer Peapod, 77% of Americans prefer to take their meals at home than to go to restaurants. And with 53% of… Continue Reading →

Add more fiber to your diet has these health benefits

Look at your diet – do you think it contains a sufficient amount of fiber? Chances are you will not get enough nutrients. According to American Heart Associationwe need to consume about 25 to 30 grams of fiber a day…. Continue Reading →

Pet pain relievers could add to the opioid epidemic

Americans can take prescribed painkillers for Fido and Fluffy. That's according to a new study that warns that the rise in pet prescription opioids could play a role in America drug epidemic. The study, the first of its kind, published… Continue Reading →

Here's why you should now add CVS Health to your wallet

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AARP Newsletter January / February: 99 Ways to Add Healthy Years to Your Life

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AARP Newsletter January / February: 99 Ways to Add Healthy Years to Your Life

 Are you ready for a healthier new year? The AARP newsletter launches the ultimate resolution checklist this includes 99 lifestyle changes, research-driven ideas and tips that help people aged 50 and over reduce the risk of illness, boost the brain,… Continue Reading →

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