Thursday, July 4, 2019

In this issue: Healthier mealtime, sunless tanning tips, veggie benefits, dermatitis types and more

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Vol. 20, Issue 54 | July 4, 2019
Want a healthier dinnertime? Science says change your eating space
How and where you eat matters. From your plate size to your table, these expert-approved tips will help you navigate dinnertime like a seasoned pro.
Sunless tanning: What you need to know
Looking for that sun-kissed glow without damage from ultraviolet rays? See if sunless tanning lotions, creams and sprays are the answer.
Vegetable juice: As good as whole vegetables?
Whole vegetables have more health benefits than vegetable juice. Find out what they are.
Thyroid peroxidase antibody test: What is it?
Learn about this blood test that can help determine the cause of thyroid disease.
Vaginal dryness after menopause: How to treat it?
Find out what options doctors may suggest to make intimacy less painful for women.
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Slide show: Types of dermatitis
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Designed to help you lose 6 to 10 lbs. in two weeks! Start with a personalized diet profile now.
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Want to get fit? Try backyard aerobics!
You don't need to join a gym to be active. In fact, you don't need to leave home. Here's how to include more physical activity in your daily routine: 1. Do your chores. Vacuum vigorously. Or head outside and do some gardening. 2. Play ball. Shoot baskets in the driveway; play kickball or tag in the yard. 3. Take a walk. Or take your bike for a spin around the neighborhood.
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