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Iron-Rich Diet Might Ease PMS Misery

Plant-based foods with iron, zinc may help stave off monthly symptoms, study found

Supplements for Stronger Bones?

Source: HealthDay – Related MedlinePlus Pages: Calcium, Fractures, Vitamin D, Women’s Health

Healthy Older Women Advised Against Taking Calcium

U.S government experts found no evidence that calcium, vitamin D supplements help prevent fractures Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Calcium, Seniors’ Health, Vitamin D

Recipes from the March/April 2013 Issue of EatingWell

If you’re looking to add new healthy recipes to your cooking repertoire, try one of EatingWell’s best recipes from the March/April 2013 issue. From power breakfasts to amazing asparagus recipes, easy quinoa sides, salads & soups, foolproof fish dinners, lighter slow cooker dishes and fresh fruit desserts, these healthy recipes are delicious recipes for spring. …

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Newest Diabetes Drugs Linked to Higher Pancreatitis Risk

Patients on Januvia, Byetta twice as likely to develop condition, study says

Creamy Comfort Food Recipes Without the Cream

Rich, creamy sauces are the ultimate comfort food, but they’re also loaded with butter and cream. In these creamy comfort food recipes without the cream, we’ve reduced calories and fat while maintaining the creaminess. Our Cream Sauce without the Cream recipe can be used as a replacement for cream in any of your favorite soups, …

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Healthy Lunch Recipes That Meet MyPlate Guidelines

These delicious lunch recipes make it easy to eat healthfully and in line with the USDA's MyPlate Guidelines. These healthy recipes meet the MyPlate guidelines for calories, portion size, sodium, saturated fat and added sugars. To make these recipes part of a complete meal, please refer to our serving suggestions included with the recipe. Mediterranean …

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‘Smarter Lunchroom’ May Lead to Healthier Choices

Attractive positioning of fruits and veggies influences what kids eat, researchers find

USDA Announces Additional Steps to Reduce Fraud and Misuse in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

WASHINGTON, February 21, 2013 – Agriculture Under Secretary Kevin Concannon today announced tough new measures as a part of USDA’s ongoing effort to ensure integrity in the nation’s nutrition safety net, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Stroke Support

Source: HealthDay – Related MedlinePlus Pages: Antioxidants, Dementia, Stroke

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