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How to get your favorite fruits in the winterupdated: Fri Dec 23 2011 07:33:00

You've been told a trillion times not to buy produce out of season. But that doesn't mean you have to skip the fruits you love this time of year. It's just a matter of knowing which version is the healthiest and tastiest.

Coffee may reduce women's cancer risk updated: Tue Nov 22 2011 16:19:00

That morning cup (or cups) of coffee may do more than just kick-start your day.

Does drinking coffee lower cancer risk?updated: Tue Nov 22 2011 16:19:00

Elizabeth Cohen reports on a Harvard study about coffee cutting the risk of endometrial cancer.

What can I eat to keep my skin looking younger?updated: Fri Sep 16 2011 13:37:00

What can I eat to keep my skin looking younger?

How can I treat macular degeneration of the eye?updated: Wed Aug 24 2011 08:19:00

Is there a treatment for macular degeneration of the eye?

Soy no help for bone loss, hot flashesupdated: Mon Aug 08 2011 17:41:00

Middle-aged women searching for a safe alternative to hormone therapy to prevent bone loss and ease the symptoms of menopause are in for another letdown.

6 surprising libido boostersupdated: Wed Jul 27 2011 07:11:00

You've heard (and tried) it all before: down a dozen oysters, watch a marathon of sultry movies, get a couples massage.

How much is too much phytoestrogen?updated: Fri Jun 03 2011 15:38:00

I have two questions. What is considered to be a high/harmful amount of phytoestrogen in a woman's diet per day? And should a woman who has had cancer not take estrogen replacements or eat a diet high in phytoestrogens?

What's the truth about chia seeds?updated: Fri Apr 29 2011 10:02:00

What do you know/say about chia seeds? Are they really a "superfood?"

How healthy are decaf green tea and dried fruits?updated: Fri Feb 11 2011 08:42:00

Is decaffeinated green tea as healthy as regular green tea? Are plums as healthy as prunes? Are fresh cranberries as healthy as dried cranberries? The "buzz" in the media is that green tea, prunes and cranberries are all extremely healthy foods. But, what if the caffeinated green tea keeps you up all night and you're not a fan of dried fruits?

Is soy linked to breast cancer?updated: Wed Jan 19 2011 10:08:00

One of my neighbors has breast cancer. Her doctor has asked her to completely stop eating soy and its products, including edamame and tofu. My neighbor used to eat tofu at least three times a week before she got breast cancer. Is there a link between soy and breast cancer? Is there a potential that I will get breast cancer because I used to eat edamame?

Is your diet good for your skin?updated: Tue Jan 04 2011 08:09:00

Sure, your diet keeps your body slim and healthy, but its impact doesn't stop there.

America's healthiest mall foodupdated: Fri Nov 26 2010 08:07:00

After zooming from one end of the mall to the other, don't you deserve a quick bite? Of course.

10 foods to help boost your brain powerupdated: Wed Sep 08 2010 08:55:00

Just like the right diet can prevent heart disease, high blood pressure, or cancer, health experts are finding that certain foods may boost your mind.

Study: Men have earlier memory lossupdated: Wed Sep 08 2010 08:55:00

HLN's Susan Hendricks reports on a new study that finds men have earlier memory loss than women.

Is black rice the new brown?updated: Thu Aug 26 2010 11:51:00

According to ancient Chinese legend, black rice was so rare, tasty, and nutritious that only the emperors were allowed to eat it.

Shopping smart for groceriesupdated: Mon Jul 26 2010 12:12:00

If you load your shopping cart with the same foods every time you visit the grocery store, it's time to shake things up.

What's new at the grocery storeupdated: Mon Jul 26 2010 12:12:00

Cooking Light's Holly Grainger describes 10 foods at the grocery store that give new life to your meals and snacks.

10 nutrition powerhouses for kidsupdated: Sat Jul 10 2010 08:28:00

Get your kids addicted to these colorful, tasty, nutrient-packed superfoods, like blueberries, cocoa, cinnamon and more.

Vitamin E may protect lungsupdated: Sun May 16 2010 09:10:00

People who take vitamin E supplements regularly for years -- whether they are smokers or nonsmokers -- may lower their risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the lung condition that is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.

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