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You're only 1 pan and 30 minutes away from this delicious salmon and veggie dinner!

Every day, your heart beats (which means it expands and contracts) an impressive 100,000 times. That adds up to more than 2.5 billion heartbeats in the average lifetime!

This blood sugar-friendly spinach salad comes in at only 135 calories -- and it's so easy to make!

Bell peppers come in all sizes and colors-- but do you know which one packs the most nutrition? Check back in at 12pm EST for the answer!

Olive oil isn't just delicious on bread, salad, pasta, cooked greens, and any number of other things. It's also been shown to improve brain function over the long term and protect against dementia.

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"If you’ve been bitten by a snake, get medical help right away. To help someone with a snakebite:

Take off all jewelry and tight clothing to avoid problems with swelling.
Keep the area of the bite below the heart to keep venom from spreading.
Keep the person as still as possible to keep venom from spreading.
Cover the bite loosely with a clean, dry bandage.
Help the person stay calm to prevent shock."

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men 15-35, but it's very treatable if caught. The most prevalent sign is swelling or a lump in a testicle that doesn’t cause pain. It may be pea-sized or larger.

Watermelon is a good way to stay hydrated when it's hot. It's sweet, but low in calories, and can quench your thirst, thanks to its 91% water content. Like tomatoes, it has lots of lycopene, an antioxidant that may protect your cells from sun damage and help your skin.

Strawberries pack a surprising amount of nutrients. Did you know one cup has more vitamin C than an orange & twice the fiber of a serving of grapes? 🍓

What are you thankful for today?

Yes, peanut butter has quite a bit of fat. But it’s mostly the unsaturated kind, which isn't bad for you. Studies have shown that people who eat nuts or peanut butter regularly are less likely to get heart disease or type 2 diabetes than people who rarely eat them. It’s also a good source of something many people need more of: potassium.

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