It’s a fact of life that as we age, our bodies grow older right along with us. Our vision starts to blur, our joints start to ache and according to experts, our blood pressure almost
Perhaps you have a long commute and need to get on the road early in the morning or maybe you stay up way too late during the week. Either way, you’re running up a sleep
The month of February is all about the heart. For some, it brings to mind Valentine’s Day, greeting cards and flowers, but health professionals are hoping more Americans will think about their heart health this
The Mediterranean diet is marked by its primary use of plant-based foods and spices, with lean proteins like fish or chicken added to the mix sparingly. The diet is rich in high fiber foods and
The Mediterranean diet is marked by its primary use of plant-based foods and spices with lean proteins like fish or chicken added to the mix sparingly. The diet is rich in high-fiber foods and healthy
Leighton Jane Hudson was supposed to make her entrance into the world in August of 2017. But at 17 gestational weeks, an ultrasound revealed that Kari and Trent Hudson’s baby girl had two-vessel cord disease
It can often be difficult to keep up with important personal health information, like systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings, HDL and LDL cholesterol levels, fasting blood sugar, and so on, but it becomes increasingly
In honor of Heart Month, take a few minutes to learn how different heart attack symptoms can be for women compared to men.
While you might not be able to devote an hour at a time to being healthier, you can certainly adopt better habits throughout the day. Check out some easy ways to get healthier — 15 minutes at a
An Olympic year is a magical time for any country. The idea of sending your best and brightest athletes to represent your country, maybe mixed with some hopes you may have had as a child
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