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Eat Blueberries for a Healthier You

Blueberries are chockfull of good-for-you nutrients and antioxidants. This latest research, here, shows just how blueberries can keep you healthy.

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The Gut: Where Health Starts

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Treat your gut right—by eating foods like yogurt, kefir, and/or sauerkraut—and your health may just improve.

Melanoma: What You Need to Know This Summer

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

May is Melanoma Awareness Month. This is the perfect time to address this skin cancer as—with the weather getting warmer and the start of summer right around the corner—more and more people will be spending time outdoors in the sun.

Small Bursts of Exercise Make a Big Difference

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Do exercise that makes you feel good; that's the activity that will motivate you to get moving.

The #1 Secret to Healthier Eating

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Fruits and vegetables are rich in nutrients and fiber—and the more colorful they are, the more health-promoting antioxidants they contain.

Love: a Path to Health & Happiness

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Tell someone today that you love them; your heart, and your health, will be better off because of it.

5 New Year’s Resolutions That Work for Me

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Take time out to enjoy the simple things in life—and you'll start to look at things in a more positive way...and be happier overall.

5 Stress Busters That Work

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Sometimes just sitting quietly and reading a good book is enough to reduce anxiety and worry.

Probiotics: Good for Your Body—and Your Skin

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

There are many foods that provide the gut with healthy probiotics: sauerkraut is one.

5 Simple Tips for Healthy, Radiant Skin

By Dr. Debbie Palmer 3 years ago No comments

Apply toners to keep skin oils at bay and even out skin tone—but look for hidden alcohol in products, which can strip skin of necessary moisture.