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Ayurvedic Teas for Mind, Body & Health

These Ayurvedic teas for mind, body, and health will give you an extra pep in your step and burst of productivity. If anyone’s a morning coffee lover — it’s me! I have my one cup in the morning and I’m set for the entire day. Although recently, I’ve started enjoying a tea-drinking habit as the day unfolds. The aroma of ...

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Pneumonia Vaccine: It Could Be a Lifesaver

  Certain factions of the population—particularly the young and the elderly—can benefit from a pneumonia vaccine. © Areeyatm | Dreamstime.com Pneumonia is often relatively mild in healthy people, but it can be life-threatening for older adults, young children, and people whose immune systems are compromised by disease or medications. The good news is that there is an effective pneumonia vaccine available ...

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What Causes Bad Breath? Our Answers Can Help Prevent Halitosis

There are few things more repugnant than dragon breath, especially when you’re dealing with a “close talker.” Even worse than being stifled by someone’s offensive mouth odor is having it yourself. If you or someone you’re close to (physically or emotionally) suffers from mouth stink, it’s time to find out what causes bad breath so you can treat it. For ...

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Should You Avoid Bananas If You’re Trying To Lose Weight?

By Korin Miller; Photograph by Freepik They’re full of sugar, but does it matter? One of the basic truths that everyone learns about healthy eating is that fruit is good for you. So it’s kind of weird that many low-carb diets say that you should swear off bananas. After all, bananas are a fruit, but they are starting to get a reputation as ...

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How Often Do You Need To Do Leg Workouts To See Results?

By Ashely Mateo; Photograph by Freepik Building strong, lean legs doesn’t take as much work as you think. Here’s the thing about leg workouts: When you’re moving, the majority of the time, it’s going to incorporate your legs. Maybe even every day! And how you train depends entirely on your goals, your current fitness level, your ability to recover between workouts, ...

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What’s The Best Way To Tone Your Inner Thighs: Curtsy Lunge Or Lateral Lunge?

By Racheal Schultz; Photography by Freepik  Figure out how to target that hard-to reach spot. There’s nothing like compound moves—squats, lunges, box jumps—to build strength and work more muscles in your lower body in less time. But while most lower-body favorites will light up the majority of your muscles below the belt, you have to give special attention to the oft-overlooked ...

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The Meal Timing Myth?

If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I enjoy hosting random Q&A’s using the hashtag #AskBorn. Oftentimes this happens while in a Taxi, at the airport, or just because I feel like talking. This week I was asked about meal timing, what to eat post-workout, and the importance of protein and carbs. It’s one of the most common questions I’m ...

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When a Teen Hangs With the Wrong Crowd

Friends play an important role in a teen’s life. While not being socially connected can leave a teen more prone to isolation and depression, having good friends can boost self-esteem and improve communication skills; and some of those friendships can last a lifetime. On the flip side, having bad friends can lead to risky decision-making, bad behaviors and poor academic performance. So, ...

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Pasta with Nduja & Bitter Greens

Author Notes: Pasta with a small amount of meat and greens (bitter or otherwise) is a classic southern Italian template, from Abruzzese sausage with broccoli raab to Neapol (…more) —Sara Jenkins Serves 4-6 1pound artisanal Italian pasta (rigatoni, penne, ziti, shells) 1/4pound nduja (spicy Calabrian sausage) 1bunch broccoli raab (or other hearty cooking green such as kale) 1/4cup olive oil 1/2cup grated aged pecorino ...

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Papelón con Limón-Menta

Author Notes: It is very odd to find actual lemons in Venezuela, so we refer to both lemons and limes as “limóns.” The name of this drink is “Papelón con Limón” but our rec (…more) —Magedda Arreaza Food52 Review: I only used only 6 limes because this method yields lots of juice: http://www.chefheidifink.com/blog/thai/how-to-cut-and-juice-a-lime/ —Stephanie Bourgeois Makes 4 to 5 cups Miel de Papelon (Papelon Syrup) 1cup cold ...

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