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    High Blood Pressure, Redefined

    If you were just under the threshold for high blood pressure at your last check up, you may now be over–even if your numbers haven’t changed a bit. That’s because last fall, new guidelines redefined high blood pressure, previously been set at 140 over 90, as 130 over 80.  Read More >

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    Ladies: Don’t Ignore Subtle Heart Attack Signs

    You would know if you were having a heart attack, right? If you are a woman, the answer to that question may actually be “No.” While sharp chest pain is the most common symptom of a heart attack, women may experience less obvious symptoms, leading many to dismiss them as signs of less serious ailments.  Read More >

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    Resolution: A Healthier New Year

    Every January 1, you make a New Year’s resolution that this will be the year you get healthy, only to lose motivation by March. You’re not alone! But you can turn your goals for a healthier you into reality.  Read More >

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    Stressed Out by the Holidays? Take a Breath.

    Between the stress and the abundance of indulgent food, the holiday season can certainly do a number on your health. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure or are simply one of the many of who tend to pack on the pounds in that magical time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, slowing down, taking a breath and planning ahead can help.  Read More >

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    Diabetes: Ignorance Isn’t Bliss …

    Here are some frightening facts: A quarter of adults with diabetes don’t know they have it, and only about 1 in 10 know they have prediabetes. Could you be at risk and not even know it? Know the warning signs.  Read More >

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