Thanks to fortified foods and year-round fresh produce selections, most Americans readily get their daily recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of key vitamins. Still, some of us unknowingly fall short.
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While it’s always a good idea to make it a resolution to get fit and eat healthy in the New Year, we’re also making it a priority to get our brains in shape by trying to live more mindfully in 2017. That’s
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Ask any dermatologist about their favorite skin care products and there’s a good chance at least 3/4 of them come from the drugstore. It’s true—while there are plenty of great luxury options out there,
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