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  • A new Cornell study shows that eating something healthy before going to the grocery store can affect your buying habits. ... action. If you're exposed to something in the category of healthy , that will make you more likely to pay attention to healthy ...
  • ... part of series exploring issues surrounding the Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles, produced in partnership with the California ... particularly those with limited financial resources, a healthy lifestyle is not a matter of choice, but rather an issue of access ...
  • Venetia Stanley-Smith has been living in Kyoto's Ohara district for a decade. We introduce her eco- and people-friendly way of life. Today: Healthy Eating. ...
  • ... "food deserts," areas that have limited access to quality, healthy food; an overabundance of fast food; and alarmingly high rates of ... Heights, are often the leading factors. The chart below shows the high rates of these health conditions in Los Angeles County, with ...
  • ... "food deserts," areas that have limited access to quality, healthy food; an overabundance of fast food; and alarmingly high rates of ... Heights, are often the leading factors. The chart below shows the high rates of these health conditions in Los Angeles County, with ...
  • ... 600,000 people die of heart disease. Keeping your heart healthy can be as simple as adding some movement into your daily routine. Research shows that the benefits of walking for at least 30 minutes a day can help you ...
  • <p>When the economy gets sick, how does it affect public health? On this week's SoCal Podcast, story editor Saul Gonzalez interviews Dr. Jonathan E. Fielding to find out. Fielding is the Director of the Department of Public Health for Los Angeles County.</p>
  • ... say some observers.</p> This is the second part of Healthy 'Hoods, which examines the notion of environmental injustice in South ... the pool was cleaned and the water drained, according to " Healthy Parks, Schools, and Communities: Mapping Green Access and Equity" by ...
  • But " healthy " means something different to everybody, making the results less ... organizations -- is that less than 1% of kids' meals are healthy . (Which is certainly an eye-catcher of a headline. Just look above ... it looks!) But delving into the stats a bit actually shows a less troubling picture. ...
  • A new study says people who prepare their own healthy foods enjoy eating it more. But what if you hate to cook? ... Commons License The great fight between healthy and unhealthy eating takes place in the arena of our mouths. ... designed to bring more joy to our taste buds than " healthy " foods. The trick and ultimate body hack to combat obesity is to ...

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