Quick Tip for American Heart Month: Be Mindful of What You Eat

Do you sometimes skip breakfast? Or grab a not-so-healthy lunch on the go? New advice from the American Heart Association…

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Studies Spotlight the Benefits of Staying Active

If one of your health goals is to be more active, here two recent studies that may help give you…

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Do this for 5 Minutes Every Hour and You’ll Feel Better

Americans sit a lot, and we know from previous studies that prolonged sitting can have a negative effect on our…

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Why Is Strength Training So Important for Women?

Aerobic exercise may get the blood pumping, but it turns out strength training may be just as important when it…

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How Do Your Eating Habits Affect Your Liver?

Simply following a healthy diet may not be enough when it comes to liver health. At least that’s what researchers…

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5 Quick Tips for Everyday Health

Vibrant health is something we all strive for—and there are little things we can do every day to help us…

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Last-Minute Thanksgiving Recipes to the Rescue

Who says mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie get to have all the fun? Check out the Recipes section in our…

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A Quick and Easy Way to Get More Vitamin E

We hear a lot about the importance of vitamin A, vitamin C and B vitamins, but many other vitamins are…

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Can Simple Stretching Exercises Support a Healthy Heart?

When it comes to heart health, even small changes in your daily routine can bring about positive changes and help…

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National Women’s Health & Fitness Day + 3 Quick Tips

Over the last 30 years we have seen big improvements in women’s health, including fewer deaths from heart disease, a…

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A Break in Exercise May Impact a Healthy Brain

Even a short break from regular physical activity can have a profound impact on your health. Your heart, lungs and…

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Is Travel the Key to Happiness and a Healthy Mind?

Researchers at the Tohoku University Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC) are taking an innovative approach to finding out…

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AHA: Exercise is Not the Cure for Sitting all Day

According to an advisory from the American Heart Association, published in the journal Circulation, prolonged sitting is harmful to our…

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Can You Replace Just One Sugary Drink a Day with Water?

If so, researchers at Virginia Tech and the University of North Carolina believe the switch may come with significant health…

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Moderate Exercise Reduces Heart Disease Risk in Younger Women

Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the United States, killing 1 in 4 women every year.…

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