Add low-mercury fish and seafood, such as shrimp, canned light tuna, wild salmon, and catfish, to your diet for DHA and memory boosting benefits. Researchers at Tufts University in Boston found that people with the ...
Eat red, yellow, orange and leafy green vegetable, all sources of vitamin A, to enrich eyesight. The body uses vitamin A to support nerve cells in the retinas that help maintain normal vision.
Wash your hands with soap and water every time you touch a germy surface. But while germs are everywhere, sinks aren’t. As soon as you touch your face, you can transfer germs into your eyes, ...
Recent heat advisory: avoid the sun, wear loose, light-colored clothing and drink extra water. Stay in an air-conditioned environment midday.
Think of your spice rack as your medicine cabinet. Triple the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory power of your meals by sprinkling them with herbs and spices.
Adding walnuts and flaxseed to your diet may help your body respond better to stress.
Start a gardening project with your kids. Children who grow vegetables are more likely to try them and like them.
Turn pizza into a nutritious meal by using 100 percent whole-wheat crust and plenty of sauce and veggies. Go easy on the cheese.
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