Green Asparagus Salad

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Easy and delicious recipe! Cooking Time: 30 minutes Work level: Easy Ingredients 2 lb(s) fresh green asparagus spears, 1/2 – 3/4 in diameter, peeled 1/2 red bell pepper 1/2 yellow bell pepper 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tsp medium hot mustard 2 garlic clove(s), minced 1/2 tsp salt […]

Boost Your Walking Workout to Prevent Cancer

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When the weather warms up and the sun is out longer, you just itch to get outside. Why not slather on some sunscreen and take a walk? Walking, after all, can be a great way to get the daily activity your body needs to fight off cancer. Walking also can help you maintain a healthy […]

Colon Screening: Colonoscopy vs Virtual Colonoscopy & Ensure Success With Colonoscopy Prep

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If you’re age 50 or older, you should get screened for colorectal cancer. But, which exam should you get? When it comes to colorectal cancer screening exams, you’ve got choices. Many people opt for a colonoscopy. But, virtual colonoscopy also is an approved option. And, to most people, it sounds much less invasive. So, which […]

Holy Moley! 9 Reasons for a Skin Check-up

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Visiting your dermatologist every year may be an important step to staying skin cancer-free. So, how do you know if you should schedule that annual appointment? The answer depends on how likely you are to get skin cancer. And, we’ve made it simple by listing some of the more common warning signs that may put […]

Sunscreen: New Rules to Play By

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Summer’s on the horizon. It’s time to ask yourself, “Should I splurge on the SPF 100 to get extra protection? And, how much extra protection am I really getting?” Our experts agree: sunscreen labels can be confusing and at times misleading. But soon new rules will be in place to help you understand exactly what […]

Workout Burnout? 3 Hot Class Combos

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In an exercise rut or just need a change of pace? Try a new class. No need to be timid. Some of today’s hottest exercise classes aren’t entirely new. Many combine the best parts of existing exercises, like yoga and cycling, to create a unique spin on the traditional workout. These classes are great for […]

Whole Foods or Supplements?

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In the past 50 years, the use of nutritional supplements for the prevention of cancer has increased dramatically in the United States. However, emerging scientific evidence strongly supports the beneficial effects of whole foods for cancer prevention yet little support from any single nutrient or combinations thereof. Over 200 recent epidemiological studies indicate that whole […]

Exercise: Get It Done in Minutes

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You’re busy. And, many days, exercise may be the first thing to go. But it shouldn’t be. After all, 30 minutes of daily moderate physical activity can help your body fight off many cancers and other diseases. Luckily, you don’t have to get your 30 minutes of exercise all at once. “You can break your […]

How to Make a Change for Good

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“When you stop trying to change others and work on changing yourself, your world changes for the better.” Most of us have been there – we decide this is the year we’re going to lose those pesky pounds, get fit or quit smoking. We try. We’re determined to make these healthy changes. Yet, we fail. […]

To The Men In Our Lives: Health For Every Age

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Maintaining a strong, healthy body throughout life may seem like the battle of the ages. That’s why we’ve broken down our health tips by age to help you look and feel your best at every stage of life. Because, after all, staying in fighting shape is one of your best defenses against cancer and other […]