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Featured Stories
Support Wellness with Powerful Plant Compounds
Scientific evidence continues to increase revealing how important plants are to our health.

Do Dimmer Days in Pregnancy Raise Postpartum Depression Risk?
Women whose final stages of pregnancy occur during the short, dark days of winter may be at increased risk for postpartum depression, a new study suggests.
Genes, Not Diet, May Be Key to Gout Flare-Ups
Although many people suffering from painful gout flare-ups point to diet as the culprit, new research suggests DNA plays a much bigger role.
Health Tip: 10 Signs of Alzheimer's
Nearly 50 million people worldwide are living with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, the Alzheimer's Association says.
Bug Behind Stomach Cancer Also Linked to Colon Cancer
The same type of bacteria that causes stomach cancer may also increase colon cancer risk, especially in black Americans, a new study finds.
Medicine Balls: Exercise Tools That Add Fun to Fitness
Want to add a new type of challenge to your exercise routine?
Sit-Stand Desks Good for the Mind. What About the Body?
"Sit-stand" desks can get office workers on their feet more often -- and improve their well-being along the way, a new study suggests.
The Phoenix Group  Health Tips
Broccoli to the rescue
Researchers have discovered compounds in broccoli that prevent or slow the progress of cancer cells. Eating broccoli regularly has been linked to lower chances of developing lung, colon, stomach, prostate, ovarian, and breast cancers. Health experts recommend that we consume at least one serving of dark green vegetables a day, so add some broccoli to your plate!