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How to stay hydrated this summer

With temperatures outside warming, right now is the best training time to help ease your body into outdoor  

Recipe: Sweet potato nachos

Looking for the perfect addition to your upcoming barbecue or picnic? Or, maybe you just need a healthy snack for the kids this summer. Either way, these sweet potato nachos are the way to go. Click here for a downloadable version of the recipe.   Ingredients: 3 medium sweet potatoes, peeled and sliced into 1/4-inch  

What makes up a healthy snack?

If you are trying to improve your health, you might want to change your snacking habits, say St.  

Recipe: Roasted veggie pasta salad

It’s heating up in the Tri-State, which means BBQs and picnics are on the horizon. Pasta salad is a staple at many of these gatherings, but, often, Aunt Deedee’s macaroni salad and cousin Marci’s variation are covered in fattening mayonnaise or salad dressing. In this lightened-up pasta salad, the mayonnaise is replaced with a yummy  

Should I be worried about what’s in my food?

That chicken sandwich from the drive-through window might not be just chicken. A recent investigation by Canadian Broadcasting  

Busting the myths about eating disorders

Although some 30 million Americans struggle with an eating disorder at some point in their lives, there are a lot of myths surrounding the condition. “As a society, we frequently hide, deny or otherwise avoid discussing mental health and addiction disorders,” says Dr. Philip Hartman, a family physician in St. Elizabeth Physicians’ Union US 42  

Does red meat get a red light?

There’s nothing like cutting into a juicy steak right off the grill. But, is it worth the risk  

Recipe: Heart-healthy Italian orzo soup

Looking for a heart-healthy recipe to fill you up on chilly winter nights? This Italian orzo soup will