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Here’s something maybe you didn’t know about Valentine’s Day: it’s believed that Geoffrey Chaucer invented Valentine's Day as we know it today. The poet linked love with St. Valentine for the first time in his 14th-century works "The Parlement of Foules" and "The Complaint of Mars." At the time of Chaucer's writing, February 14 also happened to be considered the first...
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February is National Cancer Prevention Awareness Month

Think there’s nothing you can do to prevent being diagnosed with cancer? Think again. More than 40% of all diagnosed cancers and nearly 50% of all cancer-related deaths in the United States can be attributed to preventable causes. While there is no certain way to prevent cancer, things like excess body weight, physical inactivity, smoking, and prolonged exposure to the sun increase...
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This Valentine’s, Get in Shape with Heart Health Exercises

The saying “the heart wants what the heart wants” expresses how our desires can rule over our rational considerations. But, especially as we age, in a literal sense, it’s clear what the heart wants – and needs - is exercise. Being physically active can help strengthen the heart, keep your weight under control, and ward off damage to the arteries caused by high...
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Who Created the Saying 'Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder'?

With Valentine's Day coming up, we often turn our gaze to our loved ones. But what we see is up to us. One of the most universally celebrated phrases about the nature of love and appreciation is “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”. But where did that phrase originate? It’s one of the most universally celebrated phrases about the nature of love and appreciation. But...
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