The January issue of Health Matters features:
*Healthy Outlook: A time out for tea could provide added benefits
*Buffer Zone: Perform hundreds of exercises with one piece of equipment
*Cover Story: Nutrition is seen as one component of cancer prevention and recovery
*Health Calendar: Local events, seminars and support groups
*Senior Moment: Caregivers step into the role of a lifetime
*Picture of Health: Local couple proves to be good influence on each other
Do you have a story to tell? Don't forget to pass on any health tips you use, trends you have seen, local fitness and nutrition classes you love or a new medical procedure you want to share, etc. , by e-mailing Managing Editor Jessica Luck at email@example.com. The next Health Matters will be published Thursday, Feb. 18.
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