Jana Kramer admits it’s ‘not healthy’ to fight with cheating ex Mike Caussin in front of kids Jolie, 5, & Jace, 2

JANA Kramer admitted it’s “not healthy” to fight with cheating ex-husband, Mike Caussin, in front of kids Jolie, five, and Jace, two.

It was recently reported, Jana and Jay Cutler reportedly broke up because he “didn’t make his ex Kristin Cavallari jealous” with their very public dates.

Jana Kramer admitted it's 'not healthy' to fight with cheating ex-husband, Mike Caussin, in front of kids Jolie, five, and Jace, two

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Jana Kramer admitted it’s ‘not healthy’ to fight with cheating ex-husband, Mike Caussin, in front of kids Jolie, five, and Jace, twoCredit: Instagram
Jana told Us Weekly of arguing with Mike in front of her children: 'It’s not good. It’s not healthy'

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Jana told Us Weekly of arguing with Mike in front of her children: ‘It’s not good. It’s not healthy’Credit: Getty

Jana told Us Weekly of arguing with Mike in front of her children: “It’s not good. It’s not healthy.

“And that’s one thing that we have done a great job on.”

She added she and Mike try to stay on the “same page” with their children.

For example, she never says “yes,” to them after

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The #1 Best Food to Eat to Live to 100, Science Says

Food is a large factor in living a long, healthy life, and many Americans are eating diets that are harmful to their overall health.

A study published in Circulation looked at participants who either fell under the category of a “Western” diet, which is heavy in red meat, processed foods, refined grains, and sugar, or a “Prudent” diet, which is mostly made up of legumes, vegetables, fruit, poultry, fish, and whole grains.

After an 18-year follow-up, researchers found that those who were adherent to the prudent diet saw a 17% decrease in total mortality risk a 28% lower risk of cardiovascular disease death.

The study also found that those on the Western diet had a 21% increase in total mortality and a 22% increase in cardiovascular disease mortality as well.

So, if diet plays a key role in how long we live, then which foods are the best

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Is Living-Donor Liver Surgery Right for Me?

With most liver transplants, the person who needs a new liver gets it from someone who’s deceased. Living-donor liver donations come from someone who’s still alive, like a family member or friend.

The donor gives you a piece of their healthy liver, which replaces your damaged one. The donor’s liver and the recipient’s liver both grow to a normal size within a few months.

Benefits of Living-Donor Liver Donation

Shorter wait. More than 14,000 people are on the national wait list for a liver transplant, and there aren’t enough organs for everyone. If you choose a living-donor liver donation, it may cut down your wait time. This can be lifesaving if your liver is getting worse or you have other health conditions. It also helps the next person on the list.

Faster, easier recovery. You may have a shorter stay in the hospital. You’re also less likely to need a

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Healthy Rowan Partners with Community Care Clinic, Capstone – Salisbury Post

The Healthy Rowan Coalition, a group of more than 25 local organizations, has been working with Community Care Clinic of Rowan County and Capstone Recovery Center to integrate lifestyle education and skill building into patient treatment and resident recovery plans.

“This type of change needs to take place from the top down,” says Community Care Clinic Executive Director Krista Woolly. “As an organization, our clinic has adopted a lifestyle medicine model of care. We believe addressing the root cause of disease is one of the best ways to help our patients live healthy and fulfilling lives.”

The clinic team assesses a patient’s lifestyle vitals such as fruit, vegetable and water intake as well as how much activity and sleep they receive. The clinic documents how much fast food a patient is eating. Patients then receive a lifestyle prescription and referral to classes to support their goals.

“According to the World

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