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5 Surprising and Delicious Sources of Caffeine

There have been shirts, mugs and memes extolling the benefits of daily caffeine intake, particularly in the form of a morning cup of coffee. It’s a wake-up call that helps many people across the ...
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The Best Foods for People Living with Kidney Disease

Renal diets are critical for managing chronic kidney disease -- and these “super foods” help protect the body from a range of other diseases, too. March is National Kidney Month, which ...
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Partners in All

After decades of sharing a life together, Mary and John Ross shared consecutive heart procedures in 2016. It was remarkable circumstances that brought them both to Queen of the Valley Medical Center ...
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Hot Sauce for Weight Loss -- Myth or Fact?

Hot sauce: That spicy, tangy accompaniment to food that some of us just can’t imagine living without. Also called chili sauce or pepper sauce, hot sauce is a perennial favorite with Americans, ...
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Is There Science Behind the Mental Healing of Meditation?

The short answer is yes. Meditation has been around for thousands of years, and many studies have shown that it can help to improve focus and relieve mental states such as stress and worry. Our brains ...
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Frozen Foods: A Cool Way to Eat Well

Whether you're looking for a fast way to get dinner on the table or a way to stretch your grocery budget, frozen food can be a staple in your kitchen. "Using frozen ingredients to prepare ...
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New Car Seat Law for California Kids: Rear-Facing Seats are a Must For Those Under 2

If you’re a California parent of a child less than 2 years of age, you need to know about a change to the car seat law that went into effect at the beginning of the year. As of Jan. 1, 2017, the ...
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Miniaturized Heart Device Provides Patients with the Most Advanced Pacing Technology Available

Approximately 3 million people worldwide have pacemakers and an additional 600,000 get implanted each year. Pacemakers are the most common way to treat bradycardia, which is a slow or irregular heart ...
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The Gift of Hearing

Like any good mom, Angela Gutierrez, 60, loves hearing about her children’s lives — and with seven kids that requires both ears. Since several of her children live in Mexico, many of their ...
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Turn Up the Heat:  5 Health Benefits of Eating Spicy Food

Research shows certain “hot” foods can help boost overall health. Chili this, jalapeno that, pepper everything else -- the sheer number of new spicy food offerings continue to crop up all ...
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