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20 of the Best of the Worst: Foods to Avoid

Worst Chinese Entree

Each year Men’s Health puts together a list of the Worst Foods in America, detailing the most calorie-laden, sodium-intense, fatty foods available from popular American restaurants. The Mayo Clinic recommends the average person have a 2,000 calorie per day diet, consisting of 20 to 35 percent healthy fats and between …

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Snooz’n, Not Loosing: Benefits of Natural Sleep Aid

The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke estimate that each year over 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders, while another 20 million will experience sleep disruption in some form or another. A good night’s sleep is essential to a person’s physical health and safety, productivity, and general …

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Symptoms of Sleep Apnea in Children

Sleeping Child Lying in Bed

Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) occurs in about two percent of children with the peak age ranging from two to five years of age. But OSAS can occur at any age. Although obese children are more apt to be susceptible to sleep apnea, children with birth injuries, down syndrome, sickle …

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