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July 2009 Mayo Clinic Women's HealthSource Highlights Food Storage Safety, Energy Therapies and Vitamins and Minerals
Date:7/22/2009

rs should be used or frozen within three to five days.
  • Don't crowd. A refrigerator that is too full blocks air circulation, hampering the cooling process.
  • Know when to toss. An opened package of luncheon meat can be safely stored in the refrigerator three to five days. Unopened, it will keep for two weeks. Three to five days is a safe storage time for deli or homemade egg, chicken, ham, tuna or pasta salads. Cooked or uncooked fish should be tossed after one to two days. The same goes for fresh sausage and uncooked ground beef.
  • Set the temperature. A refrigerator temperature should be at or below 40 F. The freezer should be kept at 0 F.
  • If in doubt, throw it out. Any foods that look or smell suspicious should be tossed.
  • Energy Therapies -- A Complementary Approach to Promote Well-Being

    ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Energy therapies such as healing touch, qi gong and reiki are low-risk, relatively inexpensive techniques that may help improve health and well-being, according to the July issue of Mayo Clinic Women's HealthSource.

    Energy therapies are considered complementary and alternative health practices. Acupuncture is the best known, but others are gradually being integrated into health care practices in the United States.

    Energy therapies come from many cultures and are based on ideas about natural energy fields. They aim to create a free flow of energy by clearing, balancing and stimulating the human energy system. Though energy therapies are not well understood or always embraced by traditional medical providers, proponents believe that a balanced energy system encourages wholeness -- emotional, physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

    Mayo Clinic Women's HealthSource provides a synopsis of three energy therapies:

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