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  • Reality Check 2010- The Worst, Most Annoying and What We Wish Would Just Go Away

    Z100's Jingle Ball 2010 Presented by H&M - Press Room

    Talk Radio: Sharon & Brad let their hair down on the sludge of 2010 With all the focus on so-called reality this year, people are getting faker and faker, and even more bizarre. Co-Hosts Sharon Haver and Brad Boles review some of the ridiculous and stupid fads in fashion, beauty, and style. Brad’s on a political tangent and Sharon can’t stand clones. Somewhere in between there’s behind the scenes reality show dish, insights about performance ski clothes in Jackson Hole…

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  • Dr. Frank Lipman: Sleep tips for a restful night


    Sleep Tips: Although we may not like to admit it, many of the sleep problems we experience are the result of bad habits and behaviors.We stay up late or sleep in late. We eat foods that disagree with us or enjoy a drink late at night, oblivious to their disruptive impact on our sleep rhythms. Over time, we teach our body not to sleep and for relief we often turn to sleeping pills, which mask rather than solve the problem,…

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  • Dr. Frank Lipman: The right foods that bring out the best in your genes

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    Dr. Frank Lipman shares how the right food can bring out the best in your genes for a healthier life.There are multiple factors in your diet, environment and lifestyle that affect your genes and how you age. Many of these are within your control. Of all the factors, diet is the easiest to control and probably the most important determinant of how our genes are expressed.

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  • Swine Flu, What to Do – Ask Dr. Frank Lipman

    Swine Flu, What to Do - Ask Dr. Frank Lipman

    Dr Frank Lipman shares wellness and health tips to combat the swine flu. Over a million people in the US have already come down with H1N1 swine flu, many of them without even knowing that they had it. The vast majority of people who get the swine flu recover after a week or so of high fever, aches, and respiratory distress.

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