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Telehealth: See Your PCP at Home

April 15, 2020

These days, it’s important that we all stay at home as much as possible. But what happens if you get sick? Whether you have coronavirus symptoms or are dealing with another issue, it’s important to practice social distancing for the sake of everyone’s health. Luckily, technology means it is perhaps easier to see a doctor … Continue reading “Telehealth: See Your PCP at Home”

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What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

January 15, 2020

Do the cold winter months affect your mood? Many of us believe that the “winter blues” are just a normal part of life. While some people notice they are more tired or sluggish during periods of less daylight, other people find the winter season drastically affects their mental health. Read on to learn about the … Continue reading “What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?”

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Managing Stress This Holiday Season

November 15, 2019

Whether your family gathers during Thanksgiving, New Year’s, or any of the holidays in between, there is no doubt that the end of the year can be a very stressful period for many people.  If you’re not careful, this seasonal stress can wreak havoc on your health. Below, we will share a few mental health … Continue reading “Managing Stress This Holiday Season”

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Vitamins That Women Require for Healthy Living

September 30, 2019

To ensure healthy living, the body produces some nutrients and vitamins by itself. However, there are other vitamins the body needs that it can’t produce. Vitamins are essential for growth, development, and cell function, and as a woman, you need to incorporate the following into your diet: Iron Iron increases red blood cell count in … Continue reading “Vitamins That Women Require for Healthy Living”

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5 Easy Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol

July 26, 2019

Cholesterol is a wax-like substance produced in the liver and transported through the blood via lipoproteins. It builds cell membrane structures, produces hormones like estrogen and testosterone, and aids metabolism. When in excess, however, cholesterol increases the risk of stroke or a heart attack. Here are some tips to help lower bad cholesterol levels in … Continue reading “5 Easy Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol”

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Tips to Help You Protect Your Heart and Your Kidney

April 17, 2019

If you are suffering from kidney disease, then you are at a higher risk of heart and blood vessel diseases. Likewise, any problem with the heart and blood vessels is likely to affect the kidneys. As a result, it is important to protect your heart, as well as your kidneys. Here are some tips to … Continue reading “Tips to Help You Protect Your Heart and Your Kidney”

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Do’s and Don’ts While Trying to Lose Weight

March 21, 2019

Nearly 40% of adults in the United States aged 20 years and above are struggling with obesity. If left unchecked, obesity may increase the risk of critical health conditions like heart disease, stroke, cancer, Type II diabetes, and many more. If you are looking to lose some weight, here are some do’s and don’ts: Things … Continue reading “Do’s and Don’ts While Trying to Lose Weight”

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Stay healthier by avoiding these two things

June 7, 2016

If you want to lead a healthy life you are going to have to focus on preventive care. If you avoid the really harmful things which are a routine in society these days you will be much better off and will feel much healthier. The era we are in will probably be remembered as one … Continue reading “Stay healthier by avoiding these two things”

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Top Tips for Eating Nutritiously on the Run

May 11, 2016

Almost every other person is in a rush nowadays. This is because people hardly ever get a break from their busy lifestyles, which also means there’s very little time to pay attention to what you’re eating. Even though eating out isn’t recommended, there are a few days where you just have no other option. It … Continue reading “Top Tips for Eating Nutritiously on the Run”

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What Should Your Health Priorities Be?

February 16, 2016

The question of health priorities is an extremely important one, and a question that should effectively be both asked and answered by the individuals themselves as to what their own health priorities are. There is a tendency with all matters regarding health to refer to other people or so-called experts either at a governmental or … Continue reading “What Should Your Health Priorities Be?”

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5 Healthy Eating Habits For Weight Loss

February 6, 2016

If you begin with the following healthy eating tips, it goes without saying that you’ll leapfrog right to the front, without having to struggle with common issues that generally stump people who are new to healthy eating. Research Healthy Snacks and Meals On the off chance that you’ve been dining out at eateries and fast … Continue reading “5 Healthy Eating Habits For Weight Loss”

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Can Food Consumption Affect Your Mental Health?

December 16, 2015

Unhealthy food consumption can affect your mental health and evidence found by researchers confirms this. The evidence places the blame on people’s less than nutritious eating habits and links them to the development of mental health problems. Mental health disorders linked to unhealthy eating habits include attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, Alzheimer’s disease, and schizophrenia. … Continue reading “Can Food Consumption Affect Your Mental Health?”

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Tips to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels

November 14, 2015

Did you know over 100 million people in the United States have high cholesterol? High cholesterol can cause clogged arteries, strokes, and heart attacks. People diagnosed with high cholesterol and currently seeking high cholesterol treatments should consider making certain lifestyle changes to lower their cholesterol level. Primary care physicians recommend people to do the following … Continue reading “Tips to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels”

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Know Where You Can Get Proper Help for Mental Health

August 22, 2015

Mental health is a subject that not many people are comfortable with but it is a serious condition that must be given due importance. The first step towards treating mental disorders is acknowledging and embracing the problem. The next step is getting the right help for treatment, but it is definitely not going to be … Continue reading “Know Where You Can Get Proper Help for Mental Health”

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How Your Body Uses Vitamin E

July 22, 2015

It is common knowledge that oxygen is one of the most important components to support life. This oxygen is very reactive within certain molecules and this reactivity can be severe enough to cause cellular damage through a process known as oxidative stress. Anti-oxidants counteract this reaction. Vitamin E is classified as an anti-oxidant and helps … Continue reading “How Your Body Uses Vitamin E”

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