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Tips to Avoid Injury During National Safety Month!

June 3, 2013

Did you know that June is National Safety Month?  Sponsored by the National Safety Council, this 30-day effort aims to promote safety and injury prevention in both the home and the workplace.  So, just how serious can an injury be?  According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, "Injuries are a leading cause...  read more

The Physiological Effects of Stress

May 1, 2013

Most of us have had to deal with stress at some point in our lives, either for a brief period or chronically.  Whether caused by a job, divorce, parenthood, or simply everyday life, the condition can affect patients both physically and emotionally.  In fact,  roughly 43% of all adults experience adverse physical effects of stress. ...  read more

Top 5 Questions about Diabetes

April 2, 2013

Estimated to affect nearly 7 percent of the US population, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one in three people born in 2000 will be affected by diabetes. Although the condition can contribute to serious complications,  diabetes can often be successfully managed through dedicated, lifelong treatment.  Ready to find out more? Here...  read more

Top Long-Term Health Benefits of Exercise

March 1, 2013

We've all done it – made a commitment to start exercising, but had trouble following through.  A perennial New Year's resolution that often falls flat, it's easy to lose sight of the fact that daily exercise is important not only to our waistline, but our long-term health as well. To give you a clearer sense...  read more

Understanding High Cholesterol: 5 Foods to Watch Out For

January 30, 2013

In today’s world, an old adage still rings true: You are what you eat. This is never truer than when we’re talking about cholesterol!  While your activity level, genetics and lifestyle choices certainly play a role in maintaining healthy numbers, diet and cholesterol are inherently tied with one another.  And sometimes, it all comes down...  read more

Top 5 Risk Factors for High Blood Pressure

December 17, 2012

When it comes to high blood pressure, do you know the early symptoms to watch out for? Trick question! High blood pressure is a serious condition that almost always presents no “red flags” or noticeable symptoms. It’s for this reason that you need to understand potential risk factors for the condition. Want to find out...  read more

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