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February is Heart Month

Maintaining a strong and healthy heart is the key to living a long and healthy life. With thousands of articles, websites and brochures on heart health, it can be exhausting trying to determine what’s fact or fiction. In honor of Heart Month, here are some useful resources for gaining an accurate and extensive knowledge of […]

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Too Much of a Good Thing – The Risks of High Cholesterol

“You can’t have too much of a good thing,” the saying goes. But more often than not, you can. Sunshine is good, for example, until your crops start to wither. Then you want rain. Until it floods. Too much of a good thing is usually just…too much. Remember Lucy and Ethel, trying to keep up […]

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Sticking to Diet as a Diabetic

There have been many, many times in my life where I had to refuse food because, “I have to stick to my diet.”  What I found was when I would completely omit foods from my diet I would eventually give in.  And I don’t mean give in like have a little treat, I mean give […]

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Staying Active

I used to dread exercising; I swear just the mention of word would make me sweat!  I had tried all sorts of different things to stay fit but none of them seemed to stick.  I tried running on a treadmill, that was the worst idea ever!  I could have sworn I had run a mile […]

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I’ve Had It Up To Here…

Bills, school, work, kids, activities, religion, technology, and money are among the things that can have you pulling your hair out, stamping your feet and exclaiming, “I’ve had it up to here!” YOU JUST CANNOT TAKE IT ANYMORE! Ever feel this way? More likely than not, you’re among the millions of people who get stressed […]

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