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How much acetaminophen a day is safe?

Canada may decide it’s less

Canada’s top health agency is considering lowering the maximum recommended daily dose of acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol and other pain relievers.

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Feed your fitness

Cedar plank grilled salmon with sweet potatoes and more

Whether you’re a competitive sprinter chasing a new record or an everyday gym hound looking to get the most from your workout, seafood is among the best foods to support an athletic lifestyle. It not only delivers great-tasting nutrition, but also provides one-of-a-kind health benefits.

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Blazing Buffalo Chicken Wrap

1/2 ounce diced celery 1/2 ounce chopped green bell peppers 1/2 ounce spring...

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Power of Protein

Beef helps fuel an active lifestyle by providing a powerhouse of protein. This is good...

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Spooktacular halloween goodies

Halloween! Every year the kid in me eagerly anticipates celebrating this festive autumn holiday. I...

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Turkey Burgers

4 tablespoons canola oil, divided 1/4 cup finely chopped red onion 1 apple,...

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Busy Moms Family Favorite

Beefy Mexican Lasagna fits the bill. To prepare, simply brown lean ground beef until no...

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Sip a summer smoothie

Now that summer smoothie season has arrived, give your blender a permanent spot on the...

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Grilled Salmon

1 tablespoon olive oil 4 cups sliced onions Salt and black pepper...

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Salad season is here

Southwestern bean and quinoa salad with cilantro-lime dressing

Yes, salads are year-round staples, but when the weather turns warm, they take on a more prominent position on menus.

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Brown Sugar Pound Cake

Its irresistible served plain, or topped with fresh berries, whipped cream or ice cream. And...

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Easy entertaining calls for an ‘Unbeetable’ recipe

Beet & Berry Chutney

Beet & Berry Chutney Servings: 10 (1/4 cup) servings Prep time: 20 minutes 1/2 cup orange marmalade 1 jar (15.5 ounces) Aunt Nellie’s Harvard Beets, not drained 1/4-1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 1 tablespoon finely chopped candied ginger, optional 1 1/2 cups berries

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Good eats with grapes

Make a heart-healthy menu with flavorful fruit

Heart-healthy foods can play a role in healthy aging. Whether you enjoy them by the handful as a refreshing snack or use them to add color, crunch and a touch of sweetness to a meal, grapes are a heart-healthy option that make eating better easy. Grapes of all colors—red, green and black—are a natural source of beneficial antioxidants and other polyphenols. At just 90 calories per serving, they also contain no fat, no cholesterol and virtually no sodium.

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‘Moo-ve over alternatives: milk packs a nutrient punch

Soy, rice, and almond milk. Are these non-dairy milks giving you the nutrients you need? The truth is, not all milk alternatives have the same nutrients as real milk, so it's important to know what you are getting in each glass.

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Sensational Salad- a Potluck Star

Potluck recipes for a large gathering need to hit on all marks, but especially the...

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Tex-Mex Chili Pie

Perfect for wintry nights or while watching sporting events, this hearty chili is accented with...

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Power up with plant protein

When it comes to getting energy from the food you eat, it’s no secret that protein packs a powerful punch. However, research shows certain plant-based proteins, like peanuts, may carry additional benefits.

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Three Ways to Cook Brussels Sprouts

Think you hate them? Recipes that might change your mind.

Reluctant to embrace Brussels sprouts? "I grew up eating them overcooked and thought they were horrible," admits Judy Simon, RD, CD. She's a clinical dietitian at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle. But when she moved to Washington, a top sprout-growing state, she tried them new ways, including roasted and sliced raw in salads.

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Homemade sauces serve up health and taste

Creamy mac and cheese and classic pesto

Getting your family together around a delicious, home-cooked meal is easier when your kitchen is stocked with better-for-you ingredients. For home cooks looking to delight taste buds and satisfy appetites—start with the sauce.

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Report questions benefits of salt reduction

Reducing salt consumption below the currently recommended 2,300 milligrams -- about 1 1/2 teaspoons-- per...

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