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Try the meat in a healthful Southwestern hash with bell peppers, potatoes, tomatoes and more.
The real nap-inducers are side dishes: sweet potato casserole, stuffing and double-crust apple pie.
The Food and Drug Administration strengthened its warnings against the use of a controversial uterine surgical technique that spreads cancers.
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Make a turkey trot as much a part of your tradition as sitting down with your family for dinner.
The spectacle and struggle of SuperCLAW 2014.
How D.C.'s own representative at “The National Championship of Lady Arm Wrestlers” honed her skills as a farmer in Northern Virginia.
Very safe, actually, when used properly. And it’s perfect for “steaming” vegetables.
Beets, turmeric, saffron and more all offer nutritional value that artificial options don’t.
The first meal of the day is a common topic in the Wellness section. Skip it? Make it hearty? Here are some ideas.
The science on it has evolved in the past 10 or so years. Here are a few highlights to consider.
The finish line isn’t the end of a marathon challenge, it’s the start of the next phase: a happy recovery.
Whether pureed in a soup or cubed and roasted, the hard squash has much to offer.
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