April is Stress Awareness Month

Since 1992 Stress Awareness has been held every April. What does stress have to do with health and wellness? Everything. It is often an overlooked aspect of taking care of yourself and preventative health but is it absolutely the pivotal point in maintaining your...

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Putting The Brakes On Inflammation

What do heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, obesity, autoimmune disease and even depression and other mental health disorders have in common? Research points to one common underlying factor in all of these diseases- inflammation. What exactly is...

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So Much To Do, So Little Time To Do It

When you are out on the road, you have so much to do and so little time to do it in. Finding somewhere to eat or maybe purchase food for the truck, finding a place to park, maybe find a hotel or motel to grab some sleep, or a pharmacy to get that prescription filled....

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10 Steps for Healthy Aging

What Can You Do to Lower Your Risk for Dementia Today? While the exact cause of Alzheimer's disease and dementia is still undetermined, experts believe that there are lifestyle changes you can make to help lower your risk. 10 Steps for Healthy Aging 1. Eat a balanced...

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Beans: A Powerhouse for Health

A nutritious diet consists of eating healthy protein, carbs and fats. All foods give us doses of these macronutrients in different amounts. Whichever macronutrient is the most prevalent ends up with that macronutrient as it’s tagline name. Meats, for instance are...

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3 Ways to Exercise for a Healthy Heart

Are you getting in at least 150 minutes (2.5 hours) of heart-pumping, physical activity per week? Being more active helps you to think better, feel better, and sleep better. (A note of precaution - before you start an exercise routine, the American Heart Association...

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