Month: July 2019

Taste Australia: Adding color to your diet

Oranges are one of the most popular fruits around the world. We like them as snacks, as a recipe ingredient, and as juices, which many people associate with good health. As we all know, oranges are famously known for their health benefits and soaring… Continue Reading “Taste Australia: Adding color to your diet”

Color-coded food labels a health boon

When medical doctor Anthony Leachon’s weight ballooned to 200 pounds, his blood sugar, cholesterol, and blood pressure levels were deranged. Leachon decided to lose weight or else he will never have the moral ascendancy to advocate preventive health if he will not walk the… Continue Reading “Color-coded food labels a health boon”

Creating smoke-free workplaces

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One of the most common misconceptions about workplace smoking is that designated areas will suffice instead of going 100-percent smoke-free. What many people don’t know is that designated smoking areas (DSAs) imply that workers and visitors are still exposed to second-hand smoke, and the… Continue Reading “Creating smoke-free workplaces”