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The Bad Side of Holiday Feasting

Feeling ill? It might not be from the flu, but the food you've been wolfing down

    It's time for holiday parties — Swedish meatballs, bite-size quiches and homemade eggnog. And if the host isn't careful, it's also a time for making guests sick. Dr. Full Story

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An allergy protocol that's nothing to sneeze at

    Ah-ah-ah-CHOO! I come from an area of the country that suffers miserably with hay fever and other allergies in the late fall and spring. When the flowers bloom in the spring, sending billions of pollen spores into the air, people start sneezing. Full Story

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David Lawrence Center offers angermanagement group therapy for children

    "Talk It Out: Helping Kids Deal with Anger" is a new outpatient group therapy program offered by the David Lawrence Center for children ages 6-12 who struggle with impulse control, anger control, aggression and problem solving. Full Story

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Some pork cuts fit your diet

    When dining out, dieters often scan the menu for chicken and fish to find dishes lower in fat and calories. They may even search out a lean cut of beef — such as top sirloin or strip steak — and order it sliced on top of a salad. Full Story

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Chef Dean Dupuis of South City Kitchen in Atlanta displays his cider and chile-braised pork shank. He serves it with such sides as stone-ground grits. 027p1_xlg.jpg
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BY PHIL KLOER AND HELENA OLIVIERO Cox News Service

    When Kathy Ward found a recipe for Chocolate Creme Pumpkin Pie, she knew she just had to make it for Thanksgiving dinner. Full Story