Monthly Archives: May 2016

Four facts about artery health

Four facts about artery health Study reveals new risks for diabetes patients (BPT) – Did you know that you could be slowly getting sicker with artery blockage, even if you are symptom free and not diagnosed with heart disease? Your gender, age and whether you have diabetes all affect the prevalence of certain kinds of…

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10 simple, week-by-week steps for a healthier summer

10 simple, week-by-week steps for a healthier summer (BPT) – Summer’s arrival means more time outdoors and partaking in warm weather fun with family and friends. If your New Year’s resolution to be healthier has fallen by the wayside, summer can be a great time to reinvigorate your efforts. Here are 10 simple things you…

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Living with Potentially Life-Threatening (Severe) Allergies

Well Known Actor and Producer Shines a Spotlight on the Realities of Living with Potentially Life-Threatening (Severe) Allergies (BPT) – There are up to 43 million people in the U.S. at risk for anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, and Sarah Jessica Parker’s son is one of them. Actor, producer and businesswoman Sarah Jessica and her…

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10 ways to be more active during the work day

10 ways to be more active during the work day (BPT) – We’re sitting too much and it’s dangerous. The average American spends more than seven hours sitting every day, and the more time you sit, the higher your risk of serious, potentially life-threatening health problems such as obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease….

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