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Dec 18th

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Influenza (flu): What you need to know

Influenza (flu): What you need to knowYour child has been home from school for three days with a cough, runny nose, and fever. You've had to miss work to take care of him and are worried that you'll have to miss a couple more days. This is a common situation that families experience during influenza (flu) season because the flu can make people feel miserable for several days or weeks.
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You've been working hard and your body is letting you know it!

You've been working hard and your body is letting you know it!Eat Well and you will Be Well!
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About 345,000 Minnesotans with high blood pressure lack recommended diabetes test, study finds

About 345,000 Minnesotans with high blood pressure lack recommended diabetes test, study findsA Minnesota Department of Health analysis found 1 in 3 adults with high blood pressure reported they did not receive a diabetes test during the past three years.
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Nutrients not Calories

Nutrients not CaloriesIt's all about eating REAL whole foods and getting off the processed foods!

So often we are taught to count calories and to count points. That works on a certain level....but it really is about feeding your body the NUTRIENTS it needs!
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Insight2Health is kindling a movement

Insight2Health is kindling a movementThe Insight2Health Challenge has proven to be the start of a valuable movement, for there is no greater value than that of good health.
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Get Your Green On!

Get Your Green On!Eat some green everyday....whether it's a salad, a smoothie or cooked greens on the side....your body needs the green!! Why?
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Mayo Clinic researchers discover genetic markers for alcoholism recovery

Mayo Clinic researchers discover genetic markers for alcoholism recoveryROCHESTER, Minn. — In an international study, Mayo Clinic researchers and collaborators have identified genetic markers that may help in identifying individuals who could benefit from the alcoholism treatment drug acamprosate. The findings, published in the journal Translational Psychiatry, show that patients carrying these genetic variants have longer periods of abstinence during the first three months of acamprosate treatment.
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