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You do not have to be working in a health care profession in order to appreciate the importance of healthy living. However, no matter your education level or job, it can be difficult to stay on track with your health and fitness goals. As life becomes busier, it is harder and harder to stay on top of things. The good news is that there are ways to receive encouragement and help in your efforts to live healthier.

Technology has opened the door to a number of tools and applications that can help you enhance your health. Twitter is one of these. While Twitter provides a great way to keep in touch, there are also a number of useful applications — including those for health and fitness. Here are 25 great Twitter apps that can help you with your health and fitness goals:

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There is no substitute for eating healthy, and putting good stuff into your body. Whether you are pregnant or not, healthy eating is an important of good health outcomes. You don’t have to be a health professional to know that it is important to eat a good diet. When you eat healthy, you are more likely to feel better, and to avoid a number of sicknesses and diseases. If you are interested in learning more about eating and cooking healthier meals, here are 50 great blogs — some of them are even written by people in health fields.

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Pregnancy is an exciting time. But, no matter your education, profession or salary, it can also be a time of uncertainty. Your body is going through a great many changes, and, of course you have a life growing inside of you. As a result, it is perfectly natural to look for whatever information you can find on the subject of pregnancy — especially having a healthy pregnancy.

You want you and your baby to have the best chance possible. This means that it is a good idea to look for quality information about pregnancy. The good news is that there is plenty of free, reliable information online. It is important to realize, though, that no information online can substitute the first-hand knowledge of a competent health professional during pregnancy. You should make sure to consult regularly with your health care professional throughout. But to help you figure out the basics, and come up with the right questions to ask, here are 25 places you can turn for pregnancy answers: [click to continue…]