Month: December 20131

New Year's Eve Appetizer!

Bacon Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Blue Cheese From All Recipes Still don’t know what to serve your guests at your New Year’s Eve party tomorrow? Try these little guys! “Dates are stuffed with blue cheese, wrapped in bacon and baked until crisp. These are delicious and very easy to make for…

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10 Common Cholesterol Mistakes

Source from Everyday Health, written by Madeline Vann, MPH, medically reviewed by Pat F. Bass III, MD, MPH Maintaining a healthy diet, exercising, and sometimes taking statins to control cholesterol can all work at protecting heart health. And these cholesterol-lowering recommendations from your doctor are backed by scientific evidence. Taking medication for…

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Recipe of the Week: Apple and Kale Salad

Recipe from Lisa Leake, of “I’ve got another holiday recipe for you today! This kale and apple salad may be just for the adult table though, if I am being honest. I don’t know about your kids, but my girls have never been big blue cheese fans (they’ve dubbed it…

Foods to Prevent or Manage Diabetes

Toddlers Learn Words Better When Getting Messy in a Highchair

Source from Medical News Today Attention, parents: The messier your child gets while playing with food in the high chair, the more he or she is learning. Researchers at the University of Iowa studied how 16-month-old children learn words for nonsolid objects, from oatmeal to glue. Previous research has shown…

Arthritis and Vitamin D: What's the Connection?

Source from Everyday Health, written by Marie Suszynski, medically reviewed by Niya Jones, MD, MPH Vitamin D got its nickname, “the sunshine vitamin,” because sun exposure helps promote vitamin D production in the body. This essential nutrient is also found naturally in a few foods such as oily fish (mackerel, salmon) and is used…
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