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Sep 01st

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Get outside and get healthy

Get outside and get healthyHow often do you get outside? Too many of us are spending way too much time indoors and are paying the price for it with our health! When we get outside we get Vitamin D from the sun, fresh air for our lungs and brain to give us energy and we reconnect to the natural state of the world around us.
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UCare's Ghita Worcester receives Women in Business honor

UCare's Ghita Worcester receives Women in Business honorUCare's Ghita Worcester, senior vice president of public affairs and marketing, was selected by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal as a Women in Business honoree for 2015.
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Let's talk Lunch

Let's talk LunchLet's face it, we are all busy people! We run around all day from the moment we wake up. The key to feeding yourself right is to have a plan....otherwise when the afternoon munchies arrive you will want to grab anything that's handy. Don't get stuck in the "fast food" trap, instead let's talk about having some good ideas, that are quick, convenient and ready to grab!
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Study reveals African diet lowers risk of colon cancer

Study reveals African diet lowers risk of colon cancerConsumption of an African diet for only two weeks may reduce the risk of colon cancer, according to a University of Pittsburgh study published in Nature Communications.
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Former model, B. Smith, seeks greater awareness of Alzheimer's

Former model, B. Smith, seeks greater awareness of Alzheimer'sSmith, the first African American woman to appear on the cover of Mademoiselle magazine in 1976, is reaching out to minorities who are battling Alzheimer's disease.
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Improve Your Gut Health!: One of the most important things you can do for your health!

Improve Your Gut Health!: One of the most important things you can do for your health!Your health begins with your gut! In Western medicine we are not taught the importance of good gut health, yet it is at the root of your overall health. In Eastern medicine, this is commonly acknowledged and this is where they begin whether you are going in for emotional, neurological or physical reasons.
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Minutes matter when it comes to stroke

Minutes matter when it comes to strokeThe statistics around stroke are staggering. Each year over 130,000 people in the United States die after experiencing a stroke and according to the Minnesota Department of health, since 2005, the number of stroke hospitalizations has remained between 11,000 and 12,000 a year. For minorities, the numbers are even more alarming. Minorities have higher stroke risks, stroke occurrence at an earlier age and, for some, more severe strokes.
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