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Relax with these tips

• Write in a gratitude journal • Meditate • Chat with a friend • Practice yoga • Watch a sunset • Take a walk or go...


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Who knows how to unwind? Check state rankings

Most Emotionally Recharged States 1. New Hampshire (75 percent of residents are emotionally recharged) 2. Indiana (73 percent) 3. Louisiana (71 percent) 4....


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Vaccine opposition has ebbed and flowed over centuries

NEW YORK — They’re considered one of mankind’s greatest medical achievements, yet people have balked at vaccines almost since the time of the...


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Measles case suspected in Davis County

CLEARFIELD — A possible measles case reported in Davis County has health officials’ full attention. But even if the case should be confirmed, at this...


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Report urges new name, better diagnosis for chronic fatigue

WASHINGTON — Chronic fatigue syndrome is a real and serious disease that needs a new name to reflect that — and a straightforward way to diagnose the...




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Efforts to aid military families under stress often go untested

The military has never been a particularly family-friendly career. (Thus the old saying that if Uncle Sam had wanted you to have a family, he’d have issued...


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Study: Milk may not protect you from brittle bones

Milk. It does a body good. Or does it? New research suggests that drinking large amounts does not protect men or women from bone fractures, and was even linked to...


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Probiotics and prebiotics deserve a place at your table

Everyone knows good hosts need to feed their houseguests. If the visitors are easy to get along with and especially helpful — they take out the trash, do the...


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Here's a food disorder you may not know about

Man cannot live on kale alone. Nor on blueberries nor grass-fed beef nor any of the other so-called perfect foods that the ever-expanding nutrition-media complex...


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Rice and arsenic: How much of the staple should we eat?

What do you think of when you hear the word arsenic? Over a century ago, arsenic was used as a sneaky way to get rid of a spouse or a member of royalty, but are...


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