For The Health of It

For The Health of It

A Case of the Midnight Munchies

A Case of the Midnight Munchies

There seems to be no escaping it.  A late night study session turns into a late night snack session.  Is it hunger?  Or simply a craving triggered by the three thousand word paper due at 8am.  While the science of cravings remains elusive, a recent study may give us some… MORE>

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5 Quick Tricks to Healthy Eating Out

5 Quick Tricks to Healthy Eating Out

For many college students, eating out is a treat. There’s nothing better than sitting down with friends and family at your favorite restaurant to share a yummy meal. With so many delicious choices, navigating the menu for healthy options can be a challenging and daunting task. A typical restaurant meal… MORE>

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The Truth About Airborne

The Truth About Airborne

No one likes getting sick, especially when your to-do list stretches a mile long with papers to write, exams to study for, and classes to attend. The fear of catching a cold, or even worse the flu, drives many to take supplements as a preventative measure to stay healthy. One… MORE>

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Winter Blues? Meet the Sunshine Vitamin

The holiday excitement has long passed and we are left with little more than daydreams of spring lilies and polka dot bikinis. Along with losing our sun kissed glow, we also lose vitamin D, often referred to as the sunshine vitamin, as winter progresses. Many people are not receiving enough… MORE>

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T Cells: Immunity Ninjas

  As the flu virus reaches epidemic levels this month, you may be wondering what you can do to give your immune system a little boost. One very important component of a healthy immune system are T cells, a type of white blood cell essential for keeping your body healthy.… MORE>

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Health Trends for 2015

Health Trends for 2015

In 2014, we saw the rise of whole grains, “superfoods,” and gluten-free cuisine. Those were some major food trends that dominated the health scene and became the “buzzwords” in the food world. From quinoa to kale and gluten-free breads to pastas, these products made their way into restaurants, homes, and… MORE>

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