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  3. Health Rules You Can Bend

    Eight glasses of water; five to seven servings of fruits and veggies; eight hours of sleep -- just keeping track of health recommendations can be exhausting, let alone following them. Here are 12 health rules that it’s OK -- and sometimes even good -- to break. 1. Don't eat food that’s fallen on the

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  8. Health Rules You Can Bend - Exercise

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  9. Health Rules You Can Bend - Drink Water

    12. Drink eight glasses of water per day. Staying hydrated is a good idea, but think beyond your water glass. Other liquids count. So do foods -- such as lettuce, melons, and soup -- that are full of water, says Susan Bowerman, MS, RD, CSSD, assistant director of the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition.

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  10. Health Rules You Can Bend - Diet

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