Occasional Exercise—Does it Do Any Good?

Busy schedules and often overwhelming responsibilities have paved the way for a particular type of exerciser known as the weekend warrior. Weekend warriors go...
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Resveratrol Helps with Insulin Resistance and PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal endocrine disorder that affects 1 in 10 women of childbearing age. PCOS occurs when abnormal levels of...

The Healthiest Hearts on Earth

The Tsimane people of Bolivia, a tribe of approximately 16,000 individuals living along a tributary of the Amazon, may just have the healthiest hearts...
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Did You Know… …Running May Make You Less Likely to Have Joint Problems?

Even avid runners often worry that the repetitive motion of running causes excessive wear and tear on their joints, and particularly their knees. This...
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The Top 5 Negative Effects of Fat and How It Can Impact Your Life

Top 5 Negative Effects of Fat More than two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese so chances are you already know many of the negative...

Aronia Berry: The New Berry on the Block

Did You Know...that a little-known American berry is loaded with so much antioxidant fuel it can improve the function of the circulatory, respiratory and...
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A Simple Solution for How to Get Better Sleep

Find out How to Get Better Sleep and Protect Yourself and Your Family from the 
Dangers and Effects of Sleep Deprivation -- "America's Top...

Omega-3 Supplements: How to Know if You Need Them

For years, we’ve been told that supplementing with omega-3 fatty acids, with their naturally high levels of EPA and DHA, may lead to lower...

Yoga Reduces Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Did You Know...that yoga may protect you from cardiovascular disease? Yoga is an ancient mind-body practice from India that helps to strengthen the body and...
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Prolonged Sitting May Cause Heart Disease

We’ve got one more study from 2014 proving that prolonged sitting is incredibly detrimental to your overall health, regardless of if you are fit...