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4 Tips For Healthier BBQ Grilling

The barbeque season is in full swing and delicious grilling aromas can be smelled throughout your neighborhood. Don’t’ waste time getting outdoors and getting some tasty treats onto your barbeque. Go with the classic hamburgers and hotdogs or try something a little more interesting like vegetarian kabobs or pizza. In recent years with the rising

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Summer Superfood Crush

Summer Superfood Crush

Who needs those fancy (hard-to-find and pricey) superfoods? Summer’s best fruits and vegetables are packed with all the healing nutrients you need. Here are five of our favorites, with simple recipes for any occasion. Swiss Chard It’s loaded with beta-carotene, lutein, and other antioxidants that reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, and

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How To Bike Responsibly During A Pandemic

Popular Science If you’re one of the 2,000 members of the Potomac Pedalers Touring Club and you’re plotting a group ride, club president Anne C.M. Hyman doesn’t want to know about it. All official rides and events for the DC/Maryland/Virginia-area cycling group are canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “All rides led by PPTC members from

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What Super Supplements SuperMom Needs

What Super Supplements SuperMom Needs

Maintaining overall health is very important as women approach the middle age years. Body chemistry changes with age. There are steps women can take to maintain their health. One such step is to introduce supplements of vitamins and minerals that are depleted by age, stress, and the demands of managing family and home. With so

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How To Start Strength Training At Home

How To Start Strength Training At Home

There are advantages to doing all your workouts at home. One, they’re free (or cheap if you sign up to an app or virtual gym), and two, you don’t have to worry about travelling anywhere. However, it’s also sometimes hard to find the motivation to work out at home and you might be lacking in

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“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” Explores Nashville

Anthony Bourdain tried to do a show about Nashville that wasn’t about music. And then he came to Nashville… So naturally, almost the entire show is all about music. Check out Bourdain’s blog post about the episode here. Bourdain was blown away by the talent and energy he met in Nashville. He enjoyed chicken that

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Coronavirus: How Adults Can Help Children Navigate the Anxiety

Coronavirus: How Adults Can Help Children Navigate Anxiety

Children of all ages are experiencing stress through this crisis. Here's how to help. As Americans adapt almost minute-by-minute to keep up with evolving information regarding the new coronavirus outbreak, we must pay careful attention to our families. It is incumbent on adults to react appropriately to reduce children’s anxiety over the uncertainty, because children

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4 Tips For Healthier BBQ Grilling

The barbeque season is in full swing and delicious grilling aromas can be smelled throughout your neighborhood. Don’t’ waste time getting outdoors and getting some tasty treats onto your barbeque. Go with the classic hamburgers and hotdogs or try something a little more interesting like vegetarian kabobs or pizza. In recent years with the rising concerns about health and diet, the barbeque has taken a few hits to its global popularity, based on some new

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Summer Superfood Crush

Summer Superfood Crush

Who needs those fancy (hard-to-find and pricey) superfoods? Summer’s best fruits and vegetables are packed with all the healing nutrients you need. Here are five of our favorites, with simple recipes for any occasion. Swiss Chard It’s loaded with beta-carotene, lutein, and other antioxidants that reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes, and protect eye health. Plus, it’s rich in vitamins C and K, magnesium, potassium, and fiber. Click here for Swiss Chard

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How To Bike Responsibly During A Pandemic

Popular Science If you’re one of the 2,000 members of the Potomac Pedalers Touring Club and you’re plotting a group ride, club president Anne C.M. Hyman doesn’t want to know about it. All official rides and events for the DC/Maryland/Virginia-area cycling group are canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “All rides led by PPTC members from now until further notice are not PPTC-sanctioned rides,” Hyman writes on the club’s homepage. “This means while you will have

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What Super Supplements SuperMom Needs

What Super Supplements SuperMom Needs

Maintaining overall health is very important as women approach the middle age years. Body chemistry changes with age. There are steps women can take to maintain their health. One such step is to introduce supplements of vitamins and minerals that are depleted by age, stress, and the demands of managing family and home. With so many choices out there, how do you know which supplements for women are best to use? Following is a list

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How To Start Strength Training At Home

How To Start Strength Training At Home

There are advantages to doing all your workouts at home. One, they’re free (or cheap if you sign up to an app or virtual gym), and two, you don’t have to worry about travelling anywhere. However, it’s also sometimes hard to find the motivation to work out at home and you might be lacking in the equipment or knowhow required to get in a solid workout. Fortunately Jason Bone, head of strength at FLEX Chelsea,

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“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” Explores Nashville

Anthony Bourdain tried to do a show about Nashville that wasn’t about music. And then he came to Nashville… So naturally, almost the entire show is all about music. Check out Bourdain’s blog post about the episode here. Bourdain was blown away by the talent and energy he met in Nashville. He enjoyed chicken that was "hurt-so-good" spicy. And he left with a scorpion tattoo that he got upon “careful consideration after a less carefully

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Is Gluten Sensitivity Causing Your Headaches or Other Neurological Issues?

Gluten is a protein found in various varieties of wheat, including spelt, barley, and rye. Q: I get frequent, sometimes debilitating headaches. I’m also often depressed and have other baffling symptoms such as balance problems and numbness and tingling in my feet and toes (my physicians told me this is peripheral neuropathy). I have seen many doctors, and they say they can’t find any reason for my chronic headaches or other symptoms. Is there any

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Coronavirus: How Adults Can Help Children Navigate the Anxiety

Coronavirus: How Adults Can Help Children Navigate Anxiety

Children of all ages are experiencing stress through this crisis. Here's how to help. As Americans adapt almost minute-by-minute to keep up with evolving information regarding the new coronavirus outbreak, we must pay careful attention to our families. It is incumbent on adults to react appropriately to reduce children’s anxiety over the uncertainty, because children are always watching and they take cues from our behavior, whether spoken or signaled by our actions. To keep children

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