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Farmers Almanac
The 2016 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Category — Healthy Living

Healthy Halloween Potions

There’s no better way to scare off the chills and ills than with these fun, fresh and delicious, health-boosting “brews.” Serve them at your next party!

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Herbal Teas As Medicine

Make a soothing tea! Here’s a partial listing of herbs readily available and the medicinal qualities they possess so you can start feeling better now!

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Can My Dog Eat That?

Here’s a list of 19 “people” foods — find out which can be enjoyed with your dog and which may be harmful to his health.

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Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar!

This easy DIY method uses your leftover fall apple cores and peelings to make an authentic batch of nature’s best natural remedy.

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Is Your Cookware Toxic?

If you’re like most of us, you’ve got an arsenal of pots and pans in the kitchen. But do you know which ones are actually better for your health? Find out!

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Top 10 Superfoods For Fall

Consume these nutritious, health-boosting fall gems to be vibrant from the inside out!

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What You Should Do If You Encounter An Aggressive Dog, And Other Dog Safety Tips

These tips will help keep you safe, plus we offer expert advice on keeping your own dog out of trouble.

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The Amazing Health Benefits of Local, Raw Honey

From a sleep remedy to a healing salve, read how this natural, powerful antioxidant is a must-have in your home.

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