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According to information from the American Heart Association, all forms of heart disease still account for one out of every three deaths, and heart disease is still the number one cause of death in ... Read More »
Nobody likes the idea of committing to a medication for life. Whether you don’t feel like filling your prescription, run out of money to pay for your meds or just get sick of taking pills you will ... Read More »
First domesticated in Central America over 5,000 years ago, the sweet potato has a long and varied history. Sweet potatoes were introduced in China in the 16th century and quickly spread throughout ... Read More »
I read this at work from the British Medical Journal and nearly fell out of my chair. Adults with higher levels of chocolate consumption have a "substantial reduction" in the risk of cardiometabolic ... Read More »
The rate of obesity increased in 28 states last year, and not a single state showed a declining rate. But we don’t need statistics to tell us that our clothes are fitting too tight. A look in the ... Read More »
Rivaroxaban was just FDA approved after it was found to be as good as Coumadin (Warfarin) for stroke prevention in those with atrial fibrillation. This should come as a relief to those of you on ... Read More »
In most students with ADHD, motor function is unimpaired and sports are an outlet for their need to be active. Most children with ADHD do not have motor coordination problems, and have more positive ... Read More »
As part of our ongoing battle to keep ourselves healthy, we learn about the latest nutritional information and hope to glean insight so we can make appropriate adjustments to our diet. However, the ... Read More »
The amount of information and advice swirling around us on how much and what kind of fat to eat is enough to make a person dizzy. We’re told some ... Read More »
Published in the June 15, 2011, Journal of the American Medical Association, a meta-analysis study was published by researches Frank B. Hu, MD, PhD and Anders Grontved, MPH, on the long terms ... Read More »

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