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    Michael Edens was my father. I am on a mission to learn more about what he was like as a person, since he died when I was 8. Please share any info, thanks!

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Vegan Banana Muffins

Heart Healthy Recipes Yesterday, 08:01 PM
DESCRIPTION Moist and delicious vegan banana bread muffins. Delicious served either warm from the oven or cold, with lashings of vegan butter or just plain! Have the best smelling house on the block when you make these muffins!   INGREDIENTS 2 cups (250g) All Purpose Flour 1 cup (200g) Brow...
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Marathon Bad for You?

Exercise, Cardiac Rehab, and Healthy Lifestyle Tips Yesterday, 10:00 AM
Is marathon running bad for you?   On Sunday some 40,000 runners are due to take part in the London Marathon. But can marathon running do more harm than good? Barry Trott, 57, was nearing the end of his first marathon in Bilbao, Spain, in 2014, when his dehydration turned into sudden sicknes...
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Sensitive Skin Myth

General Discussion Yesterday, 06:46 AM
Is Sensitive Skin a Myth?   Does your skin seem extra sensitive? Many people say they have sensitive skin, but it isn’t easy to define. That’s because sensitive skin is a catch-all term, not one health condition. You may or may not have a problem your doctor can diagnose and trea...
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Donít Ditch Coffee

Exercise, Cardiac Rehab, and Healthy Lifestyle Tips 19 Apr 2018
Don’t Ditch the Coffee Over Cancer Risk News   If coffee drinkers are anxious these days, it’s not from overdoing the caffeine. Recent news about coffee’s potential for harm raised health concerns about the brewed beverage, which nearly two-thirds of Americans drink ev...
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Exercise Cuts Heart Risks, Regardless of Genes

Exercise, Cardiac Rehab, and Healthy Lifestyle Tips 18 Apr 2018
Exercise Cuts Heart Risks, Regardless of Genes   Staying physically fit can help ward off heart trouble, even if your genetics put you at higher risk for clogged arteries, a new, large study suggests. The researchers looked at nearly 500,000 middle-aged and older adults and found those...
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