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Apr 17th


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?

The important message of Movember... and all those mustaches

The important message of Movember... and all those mustachesThe Movember campaign and resulting mustaches popping up all over the metro are a great sign in terms of men's health awareness. Movember is an annual event involving the growing of mustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male health concerns, and associated charities.

Cigarette use among high school students drops to 10.6 percent

Cigarette use among high school students drops to 10.6 percentThe 2014 Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey found that the percent of high school students who smoked cigarettes in the past 30 days dropped from 18.1 percent in 2011 to 10.6 percent in 2014.

Insight 2 Health, leadership example: Natasha Block

Insight 2 Health, leadership example: Natasha Block"Fear of taking the next step."

That was the problem for Target Corporation specialist, Natasha Block (and many people) when it came to taking important steps for growth and change in life. In challenging those fears, Block has come to greater appreciate the collateral impact of health unconsciousness, which touches all corners of a person's life, positively, as well as destructively.


Dinner!When it comes to making dinner, keep it simple! I love to make meals that cook up all in one pan or pot! Give this one a try!

Hold the salt: Simple step to a healthier Minnesota

Hold the salt: Simple step to a healthier MinnesotaST. PAUL, Minn. - The election season had Minnesota voters taking it all in "with a grain of salt," but with the coming holidays they're being urged to go the other way and "hold the salt."

Improving school lunches

Improving school lunchesDear EarthTalk: I hear that many school cafeterias have nutrition standards no better—even worse—than those of fast food chains. What can be done about this? -- Betsy Edison, Nashville, TN

Americans have done a great job making sure that our kids have something to eat at school regardless of socioeconomic status, with the National School Lunch Program providing low-cost or free lunches to upwards of 31 million students at 92 percent of U.S. public and private schools.
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