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|3 Reasons You Should Kick Your Diet Soda Habit
||You kicked your regular soda habit, and now you’re sitting on cloud nine. But if that cloud is made of diet soda — a replacement for the real thing — you may have just created new problems.|
|Menu planning: Eat healthier and spend less
||Like any new habit, menu planning gets easier with practice. Over time, you'll figure out ways to make the process work for you. In the meantime, here are some tips and tricks from seasoned menu planners.|
|Caffeine: Is it dehydrating?
||Drinking caffeine–containing beverages as part of a normal lifestyle doesn't cause fluid loss in excess of the volume ingested.|
|Great Ways to Hydrate
||We hear it all the time. “Be sure you get enough water and stay hydrated.” Why is hydration important? Studies show that drinking water can be an effective weight loss strategy. And, according to the American Heart Association, keeping the body hydrated helps the heart more easily pump blood and facilitates the removal of waste so that muscles can work efficiently.|
|Effects of Dehydration on the Body and Brain
||The average human body is 60 percent water. Your body uses water to perform a multitude of functions, including: regulating body temperature, lubricating joints, protecting organs, flushing out waste, carrying nutrients and oxygen to the cells and dissolving minerals and nutrients.|
|Why Can’t We Stay Asleep as We Get Older?
||Google the terms “sleep and aging” and you’ll receive millions of search results, a good indication of how common insomnia, or the inability to sleep through the night, is among older adults. - See more at: http://healthhub.brighamandwomens.org/why-cant-we-stay-asleep-as-we-get-older#sthash.zGiqjZl3.dpuf|
|Sleep tips: 7 steps to better sleep
||You're not doomed to toss and turn every night. Consider simple tips for better sleep, from setting a sleep schedule to including physical activity in your daily routine.
|Reducing prostate cancer risk
||There's no proven prostate cancer prevention strategy. But you may reduce your risk of prostate cancer by making healthy choices, such as exercising and eating a healthy diet.