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Do You Feel the Squeeze at Your Job? So Might Your Heart!

If you take your job home with you, you could be putting your health at risk. Many people work in places that are stressful or just plain inhospitable. Your boss might be too demanding, your co-workers might be overbearing backstabbers or you might be in the wrong line of work. It’s obvious that workplace stress…

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National Oral Health Month – What You Need To Know

The month of April celebrates National Oral Health. People seldom think of their mouth when they consider their overall health; however, the mouth can cause health problems if a person has poor dental hygiene, and it can be an indicator that a person has poor health. For instance, cavities and gum disease can be a…

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Can Yoga Decrease Your Heart Disease Risk?

Yoga is an Appropriate Exercise for Everyone Many individuals are concerned about developing heart disease while aging, making it impossible to live life to its fullest. While exercise is an important way to reduce the risks of having cardiac conditions, intense sports are often too difficult for individuals with mobility issues such as stiff joints from…

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Midlife Diabetes Linked to Memory Problems Later On?

About 100 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with diabetes, and medical experts say that the aging population will add to the total number of those with this serious metabolic disorder. New research is uncovering the effects of diabetes and how it causes other health problems. A recent study on diabetes and memory suggests the…

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Sitting Increases Disease Risk – Can We Combat It?

According to Dr. David Alter, Senior Scientist of the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, more than half of peoples’ days is spent being sedentary. Most people spend much time working at the computer, watching TV or sitting at a desk. The problem is that sitting for long periods of time has been found to increase…

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Could Type 2 Diabetes Be in Your Future?

Diabetes is a condition in which the body cannot process sugar correctly. This leads to further health complications, many of which get progressively worse and can lead to disability or even death in extreme cases. There is no cure for diabetes, but there are treatments to control the condition. There are actually two types of diabetes,…

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Why Do We Eat Out of Boredom?

In recent decades, global rates of obesity and cardiovascular disease among people have alarmingly skyrocketed in large part due to unhealthy, high-calorie diets and an increasingly sedentary lifestyle. However, it is also important to recognize how our reasons for eating the way we do have dramatically changed as well. Significantly, sociocultural trends seem to indicate…

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Could Type 2 Diabetes Be in Your Future?

Diabetes is a condition in which the body cannot process sugar correctly. This leads to further health complications, many of which get progressively worse and can lead to disability or even death in extreme cases. There is no cure for diabetes, but there are treatments to control the condition. There are actually two types of diabetes,…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Meal Prep

Meal prep or the process of getting foods ready to eat or cook offers busy people extraordinary benefits such as time savings, lower costs and faster home-cooked meals. In restaurants, the practice of prepping food is called mise en place and explains how restaurants can cook lots of different orders so quickly. Beginners can start…

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20 Foods That Are Good For Your Heart

Heart disease is a major problem in the United States that claims the lives of hundreds of thousands of people each year. While regular checkups with a doctor are important to maintain good heart health, lifestyle changes like quitting smoking and exercising more can also help to reduce the risk of heart disease and other…

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