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Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat anxiety. Although some research appears to indicate that CBD might hold benefit for treating anxiety-related disorders, more study is needed. Cannabidiol may interfere with other prescrip…

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You might have a favorite cookie or brownie recipe — but did you know you could make it even better by adding a simple, familiar ingredient? With a few expert tips from Buddy Valastro, author and star of TLC’s “Cake Boss,” you can take your sweet treats from good to great in no time.

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Honey is nature’s sweet nectar. While honey certainly can add flavor to various recipes or be enjoyed straight out of the jar, it has many other surprising benefits as well. Used since ancient times as both a food and for medicinal purposes, honey can make for a versatile addition to anyone’s diet.

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There is something extremely satisfying about making a big pot of chili for your family on a cool day. I find it as enjoyable to make chili for dinner as I do sitting down and eating that chili. There’s just something about putting all those simple ingredients of vegetables and spices togeth…

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Millions of people across the globe adhere to a gluten-free diet. While gluten must be avoided by people who have been diagnosed with Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder affecting the small intestines, roughly 70 percent of the people who have adopted gluten-free diets do not have the disease.

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It can be easy to impress your guests without overdoing it in the kitchen by putting to use recipes that require little time to prep. After all, those precious moments with loved ones are meant for reflection and conversation, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for lesser dishes.

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Recently, for the first time, I completed a total of 16 days of work with no day off. And while part of me is feeling dead inside, I also know that I did this to myself. ‘How?’ you ask? By getting a second (technically third) job.

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“In this study, we found that midlife women with higher mindfulness scores experienced fewer menopausal symptoms,” says Mayo Clinic general internist and women’s health specialist Richa Sood, M.D., the study’s lead author. “These findings suggest that mindfulness may be a promising tool to h…

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SEBRING — While Tracy McCoy’s storefront, Get Fish Slapped marketing agency might be relatively new, her background in marketing is well-tenured. With a University of Central Florida Bachelor’s focused on hospitality and marketing followed by nearly a decade with Marriott International, McCo…

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Highlands Hammock State Park will present ‘The Civilian Conservation Corps in Florida: State Parks and More!’ at 7:00 p.m. on March 19 in the park recreation hall. Highlands Hammock is home to the State of Florida Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Museum. The Civilian Conservation Corps was …

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Millions of people across the globe adhere to a gluten-free diet. While gluten must be avoided by people who have been diagnosed with Celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder affecting the small intestines, roughly 70 percent of the people who have adopted gluten-free diets do not have the disease.

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It can be easy to impress your guests without overdoing it in the kitchen by putting to use recipes that require little time to prep. After all, those precious moments with loved ones are meant for reflection and conversation, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for lesser dishes.

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Recently, for the first time, I completed a total of 16 days of work with no day off. And while part of me is feeling dead inside, I also know that I did this to myself. ‘How?’ you ask? By getting a second (technically third) job.

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Some breast cancers return decades later. Now, researchers at Stanford, joined by collaborators at several other institutions, have subcategorized tumors to predict recurrence, guide treatment decisions and improve drug development.

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“In this study, we found that midlife women with higher mindfulness scores experienced fewer menopausal symptoms,” says Mayo Clinic general internist and women’s health specialist Richa Sood, M.D., the study’s lead author. “These findings suggest that mindfulness may be a promising tool to h…

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(BPT) — Do you struggle to stay awake during the day? Is your child falling asleep in school? Does your teenager seem to be napping more than normal? If so, it may be due to excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS).

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Children whose mothers were hospitalized with an infection during pregnancy may be at increased risk for autism, depression and suicide later in life, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington, and the Sahlgrenska Academ…

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SEBRING — While Tracy McCoy’s storefront, Get Fish Slapped marketing agency might be relatively new, her background in marketing is well-tenured. With a University of Central Florida Bachelor’s focused on hospitality and marketing followed by nearly a decade with Marriott International, McCo…

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Highlands Hammock State Park will present ‘The Civilian Conservation Corps in Florida: State Parks and More!’ at 7:00 p.m. on March 19 in the park recreation hall. Highlands Hammock is home to the State of Florida Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Museum. The Civilian Conservation Corps was …

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When the kids were young, a pressure cooker allowed me to get dinner on the table in quick order. They’d pull up little chairs and watch as the shiny pot rattled, sizzled and hissed on the stove. Opening the pot called for oohs and aahs. Soon tender stews, brothy soups and hearty chili grace…

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Sometimes making small changes can have a positive impact on your health – including heart health – like drinking more water, taking the stairs instead of the escalator and adding nutritious ingredients to your snacks and meals.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Somewhere in the Midwest, a restaurant is frying foods with oil made from gene-edited soybeans. That’s according to the company making the oil, which says it’s the first commercial use of a gene-edited food in the U.S.

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Over and over again, I hear people say, “But what will I eat for breakfast if I’m going gluten free?” or “Gluten-free fill-in-the-blank is so expensive!”

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Following the microblading, Escalona applies a pigment mask to ensure as much color as possible enters the minute incisions under the eyebrow hairs.

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Something that is not often spoken about is how difficult it can be to make friends in your early 20s. Most of us work multiple jobs or go to school part of the time. Add into that the fact that many of us work service jobs, which require irregular hours, and it can be quite difficult to eve…

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Kristina Katrel remembers her first pregnancy being relatively easy. As a marathoner and enthusiast of yoga and pilates, she bounced back quickly nine years ago and returned to her routine of work, home and exercise.

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ROCHESTER, Minn. — People who stop breathing during sleep may have higher accumulations of the toxic protein tau, a biological hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, in part of the brain that manages memory, navigation and perception of time. A preliminary Mayo Clinic study released Sunday, March …

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SEBRING — Jissell Escalona discovered her affinity for permanent makeup and once trained, wanted more. As she continued her education, she realized others needed to know more too. She began teaching at South Beach Beauty Academy in Sebring and well as providing independent service. Able to c…

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As you prepare to take on the day, one of the most beneficial ways to energize yourself each morning is by fueling your body with the proper nutrients, including protein.

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