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    Are Your Medications Causing Nutrient Deficiencies?

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    7 Steps to a Happy Heart

    Did you know that 80% of cardiovascular disease can be prevented? You can reduce your likelihood of heart disease, heart attack, stroke, and heart failure by controlling high blood pressure and high cholesterol through healthy habits is the key to ensuring long-term heart health. 

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    Keeping Score: Tracking Your Health Goals

    You know what you want, now create your personal roadmap to get there. Creating and maintaining a “health scorecard” can help you get started on your journey to improved health – and give you the push you need when the going gets tough.  Read More >

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    2020: Resolve to be a Healthier You

    ‘Tis the season – cakes, cookies, pie … oh, the goodies abound, don’t they? But then comes January and along with it, the onslaught of ads for miracle diets, gym memberships, and exercise gadgets that are going to make you a better version of you. If your sole aim is to lose weight at all costs, well, then break out your wallet. But if your goal is truly a better – and healthier – version of you, pick another New Year’s resolution.  Read More >

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    Who Should Be Screened for Diabetes?

    If you are showing symptoms of diabetes, it makes sense to see you doctor. But what if you are asymptomatic and do not have any risk factors? The American Diabetes Association recommends testing every three years beginning at the age of 45, even if you do not currently have symptoms. If you are overweight or have any additional risk factors, you should begin even earlier.  Read More >

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