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A study out of another car-dependant country (New Zealand) has a health tip that could improve our health in two different ways: don’t get in your car unless you’re going more than half a mile. The benefits are comparable to cutting back on smoking nicotine, according to the study. Not only does the person walking […]

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While all health problems are influenced by what you eat, that’s especially true for Type-2 Diabetes. To support a healthy blood sugar level, it’s important to eat healthy foods at regular intervals throughout the day, exercise a little (or more) and track your health. It’s often easier to have success when we focus on what […]

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Active or inactive, your heart is working hard and needs support. Feeding your heart the nutrition it needs helps it stay healthy, grow stronger, and work better. But “a heart healthy diet” is a phrase that’s almost overused—sometimes just to say that one thing is less unhealthy than another, ignoring that it’s not actively supportive. […]

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When should you stretch? Should you warm up? How do you soothe muscles after a workout? Here’s how experts currently you recommend do it all. It all starts with water. When you exercise, you’re breaking down and reforming muscles (and, ideally, sweating, too!). Stay hydrated for your health, and to reduce sore muscles later. Successful […]

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When it comes to dealing with symptoms of depression, one size doesn’t fit all. According to a small study, exercise is comparably effective to antidepressants—but either one only cleared symptoms of major depression for less than half of their group within the study. When it comes to depression, finding the right solution might involve a […]

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