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Taking Extra Care of Your Heart

September 12, 2018

Doctors are expecting to see more patients with cardiovascular concerns, and more incidents like heart attacks and strokes. The expected surge in heart disease is because of the cascade caused by obesity (more obesity means more diabetes, which contributes to poor cardiovascular health). With millions at risk over the next two decades, it’s a good […]


Probably. Unhealthy diets, lifestyles, pollution, and hereditary factors have created a perfect storm of widespread thyroid problems. To some degree, we’re just getting better at detecting them—thyroid panels aren’t one size fits all. Your age, race, location, family history, history of where you’ve lived, worked, and what you’ve done can all impact your thyroid health […]

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Get Your Greens

June 7, 2018

Green veggies, and leafs in particular, are full of good for you nutrients: iron, chlorophyll, and a long list of vitamins and minerals. Ideally, you’re getting a pretty large serving of a variety of greens each day, giving you a nutritional boost, a fiber boost for digestion, and supporting good bacteria, which flourish when you […]

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One nice thing about the basic habits of good health (nutrition, sleep, and exercise) is that success at one leads to gains in the others. When you exercise regularly, you’re more likely to crave fruits and veggies, and more likely to be tired at night and sleep well. Eating well is less likely to disturb […]

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With a growing body of research, there’s not much doubt about the health connections all through the body, especially when it comes to major organs like the heart and brain. With a dementia epidemic looming as American’s age, researchers are looking for ways to help prevent dementia. Exploration between the heart and brain may have […]

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