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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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Choose Chocolate Milk Over Sports Drinks

You may have seen a few commercials with athletes drinking chocolate milk as their fuel drink. Studies are showing that it’s better to choose chocolate milk over sports drinks for several reasons,

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Easy Steps to Cut Down On Sodium

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), about 90% of Americans are eating 1.5 times the amount of sodium they should be. To solve this issue, there are easy steps to cut down on sodium and

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L-Arginine Plus is the Best There Is

While there are hundreds, if not thousands of l-arginine supplements on the market, we have to say that L-Arginine Plus is the best there is. L-Arginine Plus is the Best There Is L-Arginine Plus is a

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Sleeping In on Weekends May Lead to Heart Disease

According to a finding by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in 2016, about a third of Americans do not get the recommended seven hours of sleep each night. Many people like to sleep in on the weekends

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Life’s Simple 7

The American Heart Association strives to inform the public about staying heart healthy. That’s why they’ve come up with Life’s Simple 7–to provide a guide that’s easy to follow and understand

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National Women’s Health Week

Being healthy is important for everyone. However, sometimes it’s necessary to focus on specific needs, such as this week being National Women’s Health Week. National Women’s Health Week This

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7 Ways to Grill Healthy this Summer

Spring is upon us and summer is just around the corner. Outdoor parties and grilling are coming along too. Grilling and barbecuing can add some fun to your mealtime plans. Find ways to grill healthy this

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Less Salt May Not Decrease Blood Pressure

High blood pressure affects over 30% of American adults. A close correlation has been tied between people who consume too much sodium and people with hypertension. A newly released study, however, is going

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Gray Hair Could Be Linked to Heart Disease

Heart disease is the number one cause of death in both men and women. Many risk factors contribute to the onset of heart disease. A new study found that gray hair could be linked to heart disease and that

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