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Women's Health: Tips to Avoid Top Health Concerns
Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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Many issues that affect a woman's health are unique to the female gender. What's more, the symptoms of some common health problems are different for women than they are for men. It's important to understand how to recognize signs and symptoms of common health problems related ... Read more
Exercise Made Simple
Monday, January 13th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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When people think of exercise, most would describe it as breaking a sweat in the gym or pounding the pavement for miles on end, but exercise doesn't have to be so time-consuming, difficult or rigorous to provide you with great, total body benefits. In fact, the most current s... Read more
Change Your Life for the New Year
Monday, December 30th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
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Dieting is one of those things most people dread. After the fun of the holidays and all the food, drinks, late nights and over-indulging, you wake up on January 1 and realize that it's time to get serious about starting the New Year off right and that it's going to take effort... Read more
4 Tips to Bring Down Your High Blood Pressure
Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
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Your blood pressure is a measurement that determines the force with which the blood in your blood vessels pushes against the vessel walls. Your heart pumps blood into blood vessels, like arteries, that carry the blood throughout your body, providing oxygen, minerals, nutrien... Read more
The Brouhaha over Belly Fat
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 by eHealthGuide
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According to experts, the number on the scale does not tell you the full story about your body fat, especially belly fat and its potential health risks. Belly Fat vs. Overall Body Weight In recent years, the percentage of overweight Americans, based on waist circumference,... Read more
Is Walking the Best Exercise of All Time?
Tuesday, November 19th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
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Recent studies strongly indicate that taking a brisk walk on a regular basis can be even more effective on a person’s overall health than running or jogging. Surprisingly, runners and walkers use equal amounts of energy. How can that happen? Walkers actually spend long... Read more
14 Exercises for Desk-Jobbers
Friday, November 8th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
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Do you find it difficult to exercise because you are chained to a full-time desk job? Even though a job may require you to sit for hours, there are ways to squeeze in exercise and stay fit without leaving the office. Deskercises are exercises that can be done throughout the wor... Read more
Healthy Anti-Aging from the Inside Out
Thursday, October 31st, 2013 by Carolyn Collman
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Aging is a strange phenomenon. Sometimes I feel as though Ive been alive a long time, other times I cant believe Im 46 years old Where did the time go I still feel young and though I have more wrinkles and cant run as fast as I used to, I do believe my healthful lifestyle Read more
Exercise Versus Drugs for Heart Disease, Stroke and Diabetes
Monday, October 14th, 2013 by Dr. Robert Wascher
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A new study shows that exercise is at least as effective as drugs in reducing death rates from heart disease, stroke and diabetes. EXERCISE VERSUS DRUGS FOR HEART DISEASE, STROKE AND DIABETES Coronary artery disease, stroke and diabetes are among the most common causes of disabil... Read more
Progress, progress, and more progress: How far I've come in this lupus flare
Friday, October 4th, 2013 by despitelupus
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First things first the joint pain, swelling, and fatigue that I've been experiencing over the past couple of weeks wait...who am I kidding It's been the past couple of months continue to get better.I'm still in slow-down mode...doing only what I have to do, and not much of what I... Read more
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