Health & Wellness

Stroke Symptoms May Differ in Women

|   August 2, 2019   |   Health & Wellness

Stroke Symptoms May Differ in Women

You may know the classic stroke symptoms, but did you know that for women those stroke symptoms can be different? It’s important to guard yourself with information and know the symptoms and how to be proactive to reduce your chances.

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Cheers To The New Year?

|   January 18, 2019   |   Health & Wellness

Cheers To The New Year?

While there is certainly nothing wrong with a glass or two of bubbly, new recommendations from the United States Preventive Services Task Force are advising doctors to modify their screening guidelines and start asking more questions about their patients’ alcohol consumption.

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Aim For A Healthy Me This Year

|   January 4, 2019   |   Health & Wellness

Aim For A Healthy Me This Year

If you’ve been looking for a reason, or perhaps a good resource, that will motivate you to increase your physical activity or help you lose weight, now is the time to take heed of the new fitness and health regulations that were recently released by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

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A Little Means a Lot

|   December 21, 2018   |   Health & Wellness

A Little Means a Lot

The eggnog is flowing, the champagne is bubbling, and Uncle Craig is showing off his newest holiday cocktail. With all the choices, just like with food, it can be easy to justify overconsumption. So how do you decide where to indulge and how much is too much?

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Merry and Bright?

|   December 14, 2018   |   Health & Wellness

Merry and Bright?

For some, Merry Christmas can sound like an impossible wish. Yes, the holidays can be a time of celebration, togetherness, and relaxation, but they can easily turn into a season of chaos, stress, and overload.

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The Weight Is Over

|   November 30, 2018   |   Health & Wellness

The Weight Is Over

Weight has long been considered the measure of health, but weight is only one small piece of the picture. Body Mass Index or BMI is a much better measurement because it considers your height and proportion; understanding it can help you assess risk and make a plan to reduce it.

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