The human body has evolved over millions of years to do things in certain ways – ways that enabled people to survive.  In a process commonly referred to “natural selection,” those with abilities and attributes best suited to the environment lived or reproduced more, those less suited died or reproduced less.

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It's summer now which means the dreaded... Bathing suit season! Now let's be serious for a second here, let me tell you about the awkward things girls face in a bathing suit.

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Is sitting the new smoking?

Written By Jennifer Thompson

2015-06-28 7:08:48 PM

Is sitting the new smoking? That might seem like a bold statement, considering the harmful effects from smoking. But many recent studies have shown that people who sit for long periods every day face serious health risks, such as a heightened risk of serious illness and premature death.

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Summer Vegetable Recipes

Written By Jennifer Thompson

2015-06-28 7:05:36 PM

Make sure you're eating your veggies! We've put together some tasty, fresh recipes for summer focusing on veggies: a corn salad, veggie stir fry and a no cook tomatoe salad.

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We all know that eating vegetables is good for you. But to get the most nutritional benefits out of your veggies, you have to cook them right. Eating just raw vegetables can get boring and may not be appealing to everyone. While all cooking methods alter the nutrient composition of vegetables, some destroy particular nutrients while others actually enhance them. We’ve compiled some tips from registered dietitian Leslie Beck on the best way to cook your veggies. 

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