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It Happened this Week: Underdogs, Aging & Diet as Religion

By Lisa Christie on 02/14/2014

Women, Weight and Wellness this Week on the Web It’s American Heart Month, which also means that the annual “Go Red for Women” campaign is happening. They created this short video called “Just a little Heart Attack” with Elizabeth Banks to show how easy it is to blow off symptoms of a heart attack. Watch it here. In honor of […] Read more »

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Women, Weight and Wellness on the Web

By Lisa Christie on 02/07/2014

Here’s what’s going on with women, weight and wellness this week on the web. There was a lot of controversy this week around the winner of “The Biggest Loser” and whether she has lost too much weight. Contrary to popular opinion, we can’t tell just by looking at her if she is at her healthy weight, but it’s safe guess […] Read more »

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Asian Roasted Salmon Recipe

By Robyn Priebe on 02/04/2014

This salmon recipe is easy and delicious. The marinade of tamari soy sauce, coconut milk and lime has the taste of teriyaki without the heavy sauce. The creative blend of spices are light enough to bring out the flavors of the salmon without overpowering it. Print Asian Roasted Salmon Serving Size: 4 Ingredients1 pound salmon fillets 1 tablespoon tamari soy […] Read more »

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Do Away with the Weigh Day

By Robyn Priebe on 01/23/2014

Time to Ditch the Scale Have you even had a stretch of time when you felt like you were “on track,” as in eating well, exercising often, well rested, clothing fitting well, only to step on the scale and find that you weigh more than you think? Or perhaps the opposite has occurred when you subject yourself to: sleepless nights, chaotic […] Read more »

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