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Stick with a bone-friendly diet. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products. Women should consume 1,000 milligrams of calcium and 400 to 800 I.U. (international units) of vitamin D a day. After menopause, they should consume more.


Do You Need to Worry About These 12 Health Symptoms? |

You have a chronic cough, or maybe you’re experiencing hair loss. Should you be concerned? Consult this practical guide.


Danielle Hark: 5 Ways Acting Like a Kid Can Improve Your Mental Health

Whether you suffer from depression or are just having a case of the winter blues, there are things you can do right now to help brighten your day. It's easier than you might think. Just pay attention to those little lessons you teach your kids!


Green Tea Benefits Now Include Lowered Risk Of Stroke, According To Study

A recent study conducted by Japan’s National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center found that people who drink coffee and green tea daily have a lower risk of stroke than people who rarely consume these beverages. Previous research in this area has been largely limited or inconsistent, according to research published in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.


Best Places To Retire Overseas: Ecuador Tops's 2013 Global Retirement Index

Check out the top 10 best places to retire overseas in 2013 based on the site's global retirement index, and let us know which country you'd like to call home when you retire.


Divorce Research: Study Finds That Children Of Divorce Are More Likely To Smoke

Splitting chores could lead to divorce? According to a Norwegian study released in August 2012, the divorce rate among couples who divvy up household chores is roughly 50 percent higher than for those in which the wife handles the housework.


12 health tips for a strong heart

Did you know not all omega fatty acids are created equal, especially when it comes to your heart? Omega-6s (in oils, poultry, nuts) are common in our diets, but many of us don't get enough omega-3s (in fish, seafood, flax), which boost heart health. If you don't eat much fish, consider a fish-oil supplement, or simply eat more fatty fish. Kristi Prince, a naturopathic doctor in Toronto, says to eat fish from the SMASH group (sardines, mackerel, anchovies, salmon and herring), which offer the highest amount of omega-3s per serving.


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