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Xanax and Other Benzodiazepines Linked to Dementia Risk
Research reveals that using benzodiazepines, such as Xanax, Ativan, and Valium, for a long period may increase your risk of dementia.
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Listening to Complainers Is Bad for Your Brain
Exposure to nonstop negativity actually impairs brain function. Here's how to defend yourself.
Blast Through Belly Fat With These Avocado-Inspired Lunches...
Cardio and crunches aren't the only way to slim down your middle. Eating monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA), like the kind found in avocado, is proven to diminish belly fat. Here are 12 lunch ideas featuring the belly-fat-fighting powers of the
Hit the Grill With These Vegan-Friendly Burgers
There's nothing better than some grilled goodness for Labor Day weekend. If you've taken on a vegan or vegetarian diet and you're tired of those prepackaged burgers, you're in luck. There's something to tempt every vegan regardless of their preferenc...
3 Reasons to Eat More Beans
Joke all you want, but since they offer so many health benefits, beans really are the magical fruit (or legume, really). If you shy away from them, here are three reasons to start eating beans today. Encourage Weight Loss Thanks to their high
Going Vegan Could Mean Missing These Key Nutrients
Not eating animal products means a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, and although it can also be used to lose weight, it's important not to skip out on valuable nutrients that often come from meat and dairy. Vitamin B12 Most women need
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The Ag Gag Laws: Hiding Factory Farm Abuses From Public...
A former HSUS investigator details the dangers of HR 589, which criminalizes investigative reporters who take jobs at factory farms in Iowa.
The dangers of red meat
Video on msnbc.com: NBC's Robert Bazell shares his thoughts on a new study, which claims that red meat, any type or amount, drastically increases a person's risk of dying early.