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Simon and Garfunkel got it partly right with their 1966 album title: Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme. The herb they missed was oregano. New scientific research shows that rosemary and oregano could »

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When did eating become so complicated? Today we have access to more diet and nutrition information than ever before. The bad news? A lot of the information is out of date, lacking »

9 Superfoods For A Long Life

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Want to live long? We’ve identified our picks for the top superfoods that you should be including in your diet. These fave foods are proven to fight disease, promote cardiovascular health – »

‘I don’t deserve this award, but I have arthritis and I don’t deserve that either’ – Jack Benny

7 Summer Health Hazards

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When summer fun becomes unhealthy. Here, what to look out for and how to protect yourself.   Skin cancer It is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in this country, says »

7 Myths of Menopause Debunked

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As daunting as it sounds, menopause is not a pit stop in life but a final destination. Here, we debunk some of the top myths surrounding the change of life Hot flashes, »

8 Myths About Aging

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Fact or fiction? We debunk some of the most common misconceptions about growing older Forget what your driver’s license says and the ideals of eternal youth plastered all over the media. We’re »

Gallstones: What You Need to Know

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One of the most common digestive problems, gallstones are made from the bile in the gallbladder and consist primarily of cholesterol and calcium bilirubinate. Risk factors for having gallstones include being over »