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June is Men's Health Month, and what better time to get cooking than summer, when the produce is ripe and the grill is calling?

The last of the snow is gone (at least in West Michigan), we’ve caught glimpses of spring, and summer seems mere moments away! While sun and fun may be appealing, don’t forget to prepare and take care. Here are a few tips on giving your skin a break this summer.

Held each May, Celiac Awareness Month is supported by, among other organizations, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Because people with celiac disease are sensitive to gluten, the month also raises awareness of this intolerance.

The itchy eyes. The stuffy nose. The awful sneezing. Allergy season is on its way!As snow thaws and winter turns to spring, trees, grasses, weeds, and ragweed release pollen into the air, causing more than fifty million of us to suffer from annual seasonal allergic rhinitis. If hay fever is your springtime nemesis, take these five steps to fight back.

If you work full time, you don’t need to tell me how difficult it is to fit exercise into your schedule. I already understand. Toss in some kids, difficultly sleeping through the night, and a marginal social life, and we could write a book together.

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