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October 23rd-31st is . This years theme is “Be happy, be brave, and be drug free!”. This is a time to encourage children, families and communities to live healthy, happy, and drug free lives.
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Kathleen Beyer Oct 22
Learn more about how to start a healthy and positive lifestyle with at 💪 You can also visit them on Facebook:
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Pain in your feet and legs at night might be more than just getting older. Watch Alan's story and don't let pain that keeps you up at night continue!
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Cascade Ice Water Oct 22
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Dr Paul Kasenene Oct 25
Working out for some minutes or an hour is great but can't really compensate for being sedentary the rest of the time. Make sure you move as much as possible throughout the day. Take the stairs, walk to lunch and avoid sitting for more than 1 hour
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Dr Paul Kasenene Oct 25
Cucumbers contain polyphenols called lignans, which reduce risk of breast, uterine, ovarian, and prostate . Eat them often as slices, in a salad or as part of food. You could also put them in your water to make it more alkaline.
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Shirley D. Carpenter Oct 25
Blood sugar support.. To buy Products visit: 👇👇
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Vien Health Oct 24
Healthy is so much more than what you can see on the outside.
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EagleDi Oct 25
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naga Oct 24
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Paul Prospero Oct 20
How the Environment Affects Our Lifespan and Why Death Is Necessary
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Dr Emre Ertürk Oct 25
You don't have to be great to get started! But you have to start to be great! 👨 ⚕️ Dr Emre Ertürk ❤️ Cardiologist 🌐 ☎️0216 565 40 65
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Kristen Jakobitz Oct 26
contains many polyphenol antioxidants which provide health benefits. It may even help lower and anxiety by increasing serotonin levels.
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Capt_Ck Oct 23
Today’s effort was cycling thanks to breakfast with 😊
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Fern Pender Oct 21
IF you want to control your blood pressure control, then here your link and buy the product.
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Marielle Lewis Oct 21
Now is the perfect time to at home. All the excuses you’ve had in the past are gone. Whatever got in the way of committing to a has been cancelled.
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Anjali Anand Oct 19
It's not just the that can raise blood sugar levels. causes more damage than you know!
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Ansuman Mishra, a Kellogg alumnus. Oct 22
Let’s infuse the practice of organic farming and rural life into our urban living through and . These initiatives offer a holistic and sustainable mode of learning and awareness, also shows us the way to stay connected to nature
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topguntopman Oct 25
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Fa'iza Sayyid Oct 24
Get sunlight everyday. Vitamin D is one of the most important nutrients for overall health, and sunlight is a great source of it. Aim to get at least 30 minutes of sunlight each day.
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