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2013 December

  1. Say "So long," to SAD
    Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, we switched it on, and our bodies’ internal clocks switched off. Well, not off, exactly,...
  2. Tips to avoid cold and flu season
    For years, scientists tried to contradict the advice handed down from grandmas everywhere: Button up or you'll catch a cold....
  3. Why seasonal food is better for you and the planet
    Eat local. Eat what’s in season. Eat organic. Confused by multiple messages about what to eat and where to buy it?  We’ve looked...
  4. The winter months can be quite humdrum when it comes to fresh produce. How many carrots, potatoes, apples and bananas can you eat...
  5. When you look at it, a New Year’s resolution is really nothing more than a commitment to breaking a bad habit. A vow to get in...
  6. You'll drink champagne, you'll kiss your honey at midnight and you'll wake up on January 1 with a pounding headache and lots of...
  7. It’s early January — do you know where your resolution is? At this early stage in the New Year, you probably have a good sense of...
  8. Make this year your eco-friendliest yet!
    The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without the requisite guilt about past behavior and a passionate avowal to “do better”...
  9. Make this the year you achieve your fitness or weight loss goal!
     Chances are at some time in your life you’ve made a New Year’s resolution — and then broken it. This year, stop the cycle of...
  10. Kick Off the Year with Health-Minded Resolutions
    Many of us do it year after year: come up with lofty New Year’s resolutions that end up being discarded before the end of...
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