• Can Gratitude Actually Improve Your Health?

    By Carol Doyel – Gratitude seems to be a popular topic these days and I’ve noticed a number of articles in the media about the benefits of gratitude. Personally, I would describe myself as a grateful person....

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  • Spring Cleanse Tips for Your Body & Mind

    By Meredith Kimelblatt – Spring is the season of new beginnings, known for blooming flowers, babies and weddings. Since spring is all about starting fresh, it follows that there’s no better time to refresh and rejuvenate yourself...

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  • Menopause Mondays: Recognizing Female Heart Attack Symptoms Can Save Your Life

    Elephants like to sit on men’s chest. Women’s, not so much. During heart attacks, women often suffer from symptoms that are far different than the stereotypical chest pains that men experience. And recognizing those signs—and getting to...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired?

    Most of the foods we eat are obviously not good for you… no matter how good they taste. Especially all these fun treats we have around the holidays! These foods include sugar, trans fats, dairy products, fried foods,...

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  • Strong is the New Skinny!

    I confess. I not only feel bad about my neck (you’re right Nora Ephron), what’s more, I’m just dying for that skinny jean look of yesteryear.  It sure IS a lot easier to “look thin” than actually...

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  • 4 Surprising Habits That Fight Cancer

    Completely You: Health By Winnie Yu for Completely You – When it comes to preventing cancer, you already know that eating fruits and vegetables can help lower your risk, as can regular exercise and nixing the cigarette...

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  • Forgetfulness—A Symptom of Menopause or Early Dementia?

    By Ellen Dolgen, a Health and Wellness Advocate, Menopause Awareness Expert, Author, Speaker, and Health Blogger – Have you noticed that often you can’t seem to grab a memory or a thought? Do you look at your...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • 3 Must-Knows for Women About Their Heart

    By Karen Whittier – February is National Heart Disease and Stroke Month.  It’s important for women in particular to be aware of their risks and what they can do to minimize those risks. Did you know? 1....

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  • Heart Health by the Numbers – 10 Years of Go Red

    By Sherri Snelling – Every October we are immersed in a sea of pink – the color for breast cancer awareness –  yet the No. 1 killer of women in America remains heart disease. In fact, twice...

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  • You, Regenerated – Happy New You!

    By Ellen Dolgen – Wish you could look at your reflection in the mirror and see a new, younger you? You do it every day! What the human body is capable of reproducing, repairing, and regenerating each...

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  • Women and the Prevention of Heart Disease

    By Ellen Dolgen – My father experienced his first heart attack at the age of 42 in 1963. He was a very strong, dynamic, and accomplished businessman, loving father, and husband. In those days, doctors could only...

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  • Stay Healthy When Everyone Else Is Sick

    Completely You: Health By Nancy Kalish for Completely You – This isn’t just the start of holiday season; it’s germ season as well. That’s why many of us will be hacking away and looking a lot like...

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