How To Sidestep the Symptoms of Summertime Dangers
Jun15

How To Sidestep the Symptoms of Summertime Dangers

The summer season is synonymous with so many sweet memories, but if you don’t enjoy it with caution, those memories could end up being bittersweet. When the sweltering summer temperatures are in full force, your family’s health and safety are at full risk because of the high temperatures and the sun’s harmful UV rays. Hold onto your health folks because everyone is susceptible to summertime dangers, but some more so than others....

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Tips For A Healthier Easter
Apr15

Tips For A Healthier Easter

Easter is another holiday that the stores stock with plenty of junk food to fill baskets and children’s tummies.  But you can enjoy this festive celebration without abandoning your diet. All it takes is a little planning.  Make sure the baskets aren’t full of candy and junk and prepare yourself early in the day before any big meals are indulged in.  Here’s some tips for the baskets and for yourself with all the celebrating. Nut Butter...

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How To Have Fun While Getting In Shape
Apr03

How To Have Fun While Getting In Shape

Night sweats, weight gain, and mood swings are just a few of the symptoms you might experience when you reach the menopause phase that will probably kick in during your 40s or 50s.   While the symptoms can be inconvenient and even disruptive to your daily routine, there are things you can do to improve your overall health during your menopausal years. One of those things is regular exercise that will help you safeguard against...

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Heart Healthy: Lower Your Blood Pressure
Feb14

Heart Healthy: Lower Your Blood Pressure

Did you know that February is American Heart Month? There’s no better time to educate yourself on heart disease prevention. Health related articles document research with heart disease facts showing lowering blood pressure reduces cardiac disease risks. Want to know one of the best ways to prevent heart attacks and strokes? Keep your blood pressure in check! Yet, 65 million of us already have hypertension – and 20 million more are...

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How To Beat The Winter Blues
Jan15

How To Beat The Winter Blues

Warm or cold climate, this time of year certainly makes it easy to catch those “winter blues”.  The “winter blues” are  often characterized by the mild depression, lack of motivation, and low energy that many people experience during the cold season.  You’re more tired these days, maybe anxious or moody and certainly feeling anti-social after the buzz and excitement of the holidays.  It’s beginning to get harder to get out of bed, and...

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Essential Vitamins for Women
Apr15

Essential Vitamins for Women

According to the article “The Top 10 Recommended Vitamins for All Women” (www.skinnymom.com), while the amount that we need of certain nutrients varies by age, there are 10 nutrients that women need regardless of age. These 10 essential nutrients are: 1. Omega 3’s     2. Calcium     3. Vitamin C     4. B vitamins     5. Iron 6. Vitamin A     7. Folic acid  8. Magnesium  9. Vitamin D     10. Vitamin E There are a variety of sources...

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