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12 June 2018

In honor of Men’s Health Month and Fathers Day, we want to look out for the all boys and men in our lives. Here are 5 treatable health illnesses common in men that you should be looking out for. Heart Disease – Heart disease (or cardiovascular disease) is the number one killer in the country. Risk […]

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1 June 2018

It is getting hot out, and I mean HOT! The dog days of summer are looming ahead of us and whether you are lying on the beach or soldiering through pre-season workouts, we could all use a little extra H2O this time of year.  Staying hydrated is often overlooked but isvitally important to your body’s functionality. The body of an average adult is comprised more than 60 […]

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1 June 2018

Bottom Line: Few injuries can slow you down faster than a bad back. Irritated or compressed nerves in your low back can cause severe pain into your buttocks and legs. This type of pain results in tens of millions of people searching Dr. Google to find relief.  And with television commercials promoting all sorts of […]

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1 June 2018

You might have heard this through doctors, magazines, news anchors, television shows: they all keep telling you that exercise is great for your heart health and improving it. Yet you might also be wondering, is there any evidence backing this up, or are they just trying to get everyone on treadmills? As a matter of […]

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1 June 2018

Losing weight is something that can be difficult for just about anyone to accomplish. A lot of people find short-term success with different diets, but sustaining the weight they lose can be a struggle. If you find that you are constantly dealing with weight gain post diet, consider following the tips discussed in this article. […]

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30 May 2018

Spring is here! For some of us, this also means the beginning of the sneezing, itchy eyes and runny noses. Seasonal allergies affect more than 17 million adults and 6 million kids. Allergies vary from person to person all are on the immune system’s inflammatory reaction to a substance it considers foreign. Seasonal or not, […]

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30 May 2018

How to Prevent Sciatica Bottom Line: It’s easy to understand how lifting a heavy object at work could injure your back, pinch a nerve and cause sciatica. But, surprisingly, research has shown that too much sitting may be the number one reason for sciatica, not to mention the worst thing for your back. When you […]

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29 May 2018
Take notice of how you are sitting or standing right now. Did you automatically straighten your back? We subconsciously position our bodies in certain ways, one of them being slouching. Lack of muscle tone can induce poor posture which will cause negative effects to the body. Slouching and poor posture may affect you in the following ways: [...] READ MORE
8 March 2018

     There was recent buzz about the FDA approving the first ever blood test for concussions. By definition, a concussion is an injury to the brain caused by a blow to the head that can result in a temporary loss of normal brain function. This blood test claims to determine if a person suffered […]

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22 February 2018

While pregnant, it is always important to take care of your body and stay healthy for both yourself and the baby. Although some women during their pregnancy hesitate to exercise due to the fear of harming themselves or the baby, the results are actually the complete opposite! Surveys have shown that 86% of women have […]

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