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I thought I'd pop up some blogs that you might enjoy reading today and over the long weekend. Feel free to sample one or all--there's no charge for coming back for seconds. My favorites are Valentine's related ones. What are your favorites?
HEALTHY BEGINS HERE--90 Non-toxic Ways to Show Your Love This Valentine?s Day
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Roses are red. Violets are blue. The very best gifts are those that don?t harm you.
How to Avoid the Sneakiest Sources of BPA
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You?ll be shocked to learn all of the ways you are exposed to BPA.
ALL EARS ? DR. ROD MOSER--Wasted Medical Visits
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When should you go to urgent care and when should stay home?
Short Term Memory
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Dr. Moser has been meaning to write about this for some time ? but he kept forgetting?
THE HEART BEAT ? DR. JAMES BECKERMAN--Sex and Your Heart
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Sex is good for your heart, but is your heart healthy enough for sex?
COSMETIC SURGERY ? DR. ROBERT KOTLER--Foods That Can Help You Heal
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How you can help your body bounce back after cosmetic plastic surgery.
Is Your Plastic Surgeon on Speed Dial?
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After cosmetic surgery, shouldn't you have your doctor's home phone and cell phone?
HEALTHY RECIPE DOCTOR ? ELAINE MAGEE, RD, MPH--Romantic Dessert Makeover: Lighter Dark Chocolate Mousse
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The most romantic dessert gets a makeover just In time for your Valentine ? and of course, it?s chocolate!
Breakfast for Dinner: Omelet Night!
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Make dinner easy ? make an omelet.
CHILD HEALTH 411 ? DR. ARI BROWN--Obesity: Facing Up to It
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Dr. Brown applauds Michelle Obama?s action plan to do something about childhood obesity.
CHOLESTEROL MANAGEMENT 101 ? DR. MICHAEL RICHMAN--Herbal Medicines & Cholesterol: Part 1
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Dr. Richman looks at several alternative ?remedies? for cholesterol and asks, ?Are they safe? Do they really lower cholesterol??
EVERYDAY FITNESS WITH DR. PAM PEEKE--SOS! Stop Over-Sitting!
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Just sitting there ? for whatever reason ? is bad for your heart. Get up off that thing and move!
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