Washing hands

It seems smart to wash your hands and body with soap that claims to be antibacterial. Kills the bad bugs, right?

Maybe not.

Rather than cleansing you of germs, such products might be harming your body. That is the concern of U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which says that the health claims of antibacterial soaps are not supported by current scientific data.

FDA cites two problems with antibacterial soaps:

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Water Bottle

Water is a Habit of Health

We all know water matters....but just how much and why? Your body is made up of 50 to 65 percent water, so as you use your body, you use the water you put in and therefore need to replenish it daily. How much you may wonder....half of your body weight in ounces. Yes! Half!

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Eating breakfast

Invert your daily meals, say scientists.

Everyone who is trying to eat for weight control knows what's for breakfast and what's for dinner. But scientists say we have it all wrong. And it's making us fat.

The problem we face is metabolic syndrome, which shows up as abdominal obesity, high triglycerides, insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease-risk factors. What scientists have learned can flip your dining schedule upside down -- literally.

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Adult incontinence is common, yet it can be a difficult subject to discuss with family, friends, and even physicians.

Adult incontinence is much more prevalent in the United States than you might think. According to the National Association of Continence (NAFC, 2006), approximately 25 million adults in this country have experienced incontinence at some point in their lives. In fact, this number may be higher as most adults, especially men, won't admit or are embarrassed to discuss this condition with their healthcare provider, family, or friends. And 75-80 percent of those suffering incontinence are women.

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John Ruskin

We don't want our buildings merely to shelter us, we also want them to speak to us.

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