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7 Tips to Stay Healthy This Fall

Fall has arrived along with pumpkin spice everything, the flu, and sweater weather. Follow these tips to stay healthy this fall and don’t let the cold get you down. 7 Tips to Stay Healthy This Fall 1.

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Multivitamin Chews vs. Pills

Over the last few years, more vitamin companies are making their product into chews or “gummies” to make it more enticing for adults. Is there a big difference between multivitamin chews vs.

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The Most Effective Way to Lower Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a common worry about Americans, especially once people hit middle age and older. A new study has found the most effective way to lower blood pressure and it’s easier than you

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L-Arginine Can Naturally Lower Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a something we worry about from about age 30 and on. About a third of Americans have high cholesterol and not all of them know that l-arginine can naturally lower cholesterol if taken every

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Exercising for Your Heart Health

Your heart is a muscle that needs exercise and attention just like the rest of your muscles. Exercising for your heart health can help to decrease the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and heart disease.

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Advice to Keep Your Brain Healthy

In 2010, about 4 million Americans had dementia. This number is on the rise as life expectancy increases. Follow this advice to keep your brain healthy from the American Heart Association. Advice to Keep

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Ignore These Cholesterol Myths

High cholesterol can lead to heart disease, heart attack, or stroke. About 30% of Americans struggle with high cholesterol. Whether you’re one of them or not, ignore these cholesterol myths. Ignore

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Take L-Arginine and L-Citrulline Together

Over 30% of American adults suffer from high blood pressure and only about half of them have it under control. If you’re suffering from high blood pressure, take l-arginine and l-citrulline together

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High Cholesterol May Mean Reduced Breast Cancer Risk

As of 2015, about 33% of people in the U.S. have high cholesterol. High cholesterol can lead to heart disease or heart attack. A new study is shaking things up by finding that having high cholesterol may

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Too Much Salt Doubles Heart Failure Risk

Hundreds of studies have been released showing that too much salt is bad for your heart. A new study further confirms this by discovering that too much salt doubles heart failure risk. Too Much Salt Doubles

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