Yearly Archives: 2018

5 fantastic energy-boosting snacks for fitness success

5 fantastic energy-boosting snacks for fitness success (BPT) – As marathon season approaches, many people are focused on training. Building up endurance is key, but you can’t do that without the fuel your body needs. Wholesome energy-boosting snacks are essential for keeping up the pace, whether you’re focused on a 5K or full marathon. There…

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Are you a caregiver? Try these 7 resources

Are you a caregiver? Try these 7 resources (BPT) – When David Bowen’s father fell taking out the trash in 2016, it set in motion a series of health challenges the family is still battling together. Bowen, 62, hired a part-time professional caregiver to assist his father and his mother, who was battling Alzheimer’s, but…

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5 tips for busy women to take charge of their health

5 tips for busy women to take charge of their health (BPT) – If you’re an American woman today, chances are your busy lifestyle is preventing you from seeking out the regular check-ups and screenings so important to maintaining your health. And that’s true regardless of your economic status or whether you live in a…

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The surprising health benefits of decluttering

The surprising health benefits of decluttering (BPT) – Getting your house in order can be a struggle, especially as we age. Sorting through decades of belongings is often emotional and stressful, as questions and decisions pile up: Is this jewelry valuable? What should I do with all these tools I no longer use? Will this…

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CDC Urges Public To Start The Conversation About Sepsis

CDC Urges Public To Start The Conversation About Sepsis (BPT) – Each year, at least 1.7 million Americans develop sepsis, and nearly 270,000 die as a result. While anyone can get an infection, and almost any infection can lead to sepsis, only 55% of Americans have heard of sepsis.[1] Sepsis is the body’s extreme response to…

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