The Perfect Treat for National Pi Day: Vegan Mini Chocolate Hazelnut Pies

March 14 marks Pi Day, an annual celebration of the mathematical sign pi. March 14 was selected because the numerical date (3.14) represents the first three digits of pi. The date also happens to be Albert Einstein's birthday. So what better way to mark the date than with some delicious pie? Namely, Vegan Mini Chocolate Hazelnut Pies. This recipe is from a reader in North...
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Protecting Your Vision from Cataracts, One Meal at a Time

Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss and blindness in the world. Cataracts are a normal aspect of growing older. The condition blocks vision by making the lens of the eye opaque and causes cloudy vision. Even with the best eye health, most people will eventually develop cataracts. While age, gender, and family history are some of the risk factors for developing cataracts,...
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Struggling With Your New Year's Resolution? The 'Monday Reset' Can Help You Attain Success

If that “New Year, New Me” resolution is proving to be more difficult to achieve than you anticipated, you’re not alone. In 2021, Approximately 67 million American adults made New Year’s resolutions to improve their health. Though the intentions were good, from adopting healthier lifestyles to enjoying life more, 18% already failed by January and 41% were no longer on...
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5 Fun Ways to Spread Kindness on National Random Acts of Kindness Day

Simple gestures can make a big difference for all of us. Everyone appreciates a kind word, a comforting hug, or a warm and simple smile. National Random Acts of Kindness is celebrated every February 17 to remind us that even simple gestures and actions can have an important, positive impact on others. How You Can Celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day. #1 Pay a Stranger a...
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