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So it's really refreshing to see a different, less hysterical take on Thanksgiving. This Mayo Clinic blog reminds us that many traditional Thanksgiving foods can actually be kind of good for you -- if prepared a certain way, and, of course, consumed with some modicum of moderation.
Nearly half of Americans plan to use dietary supplements or homeopathic treatments to help ward off influenza this season. But only about a third of those people plan to also get a flu shot.
When my day is arranged in such a way that it can't accommodate my daily workout or when I can't stick to my normal food regimen, I feel apprehensive about the prospect of losing momentum and even gaining a pound back. Which, given the way Thanksgiving is shaping up for me this year, is entirely possible.
Government regulators have given the go-ahead to a second study that will for the first time carefully test a treatment created using human embryonic stem cells in people, according to the company sponsoring the experiment. The Food and Drug Administration approved a request by Advanced Cell Technology Inc. of Marlborough,...