Celebrating Women’s Health

Did you know that two out of every three caregivers in the United States are women? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), women who are caregivers are at greater risk of poor physical and mental health. Toss a pandemic into the mix, and the stress level rises, making it more critical […]

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Why Your Cholesterol Levels Matter

You may have heard that heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, causing about one out of every four deaths. But what exactly is “heart disease”? While it can refer to several different types of heart ailments, the most common type is coronary artery disease (CHD), which can lead to a […]

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Immunization Awareness Month

Vaccines. Everywhere you look – in the news, on social media – there’s been talk about them, particularly as they pertain to the COVID-19 vaccine. But there are plenty of other vaccines that deserve some limelight as they have helped eradicate diseases that used to be common in this country and around the globe. Thanks […]

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Have you exercised today?

  Self-care and relaxation is always important, and you should never put too much pressure on yourself to fulfill a daily quota of movement. However, working small exercises into your everyday routine can actually help you stay happy, energized, and healthy. These micro-fitness activities don’t have to be sweaty, exhausting, or time-consuming. On the contrary, […]

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