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IT'S ALL ABOUT HEALTH AND FITNESS LIFESTYLE
May 2015 -
Regular and careful exercise can help you stay fit and improve the quality of life. For lung disease or asthma, your health care provider may suggest various support programs and types of exercise.
April 2015 -
Q: If I do a crossword puzzle every day, will that prevent future memory loss? A: More than half the cases of memory issues are related to life style, but there are many factors to consider.
March 2015 -
Research suggests that too much sitting on a long term basis can be harmful to your health and can lead to obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, disease, and even premature death.
February 2015 -
Q. Having heard so much about the abuse of pain killers, I am always unsure if it is okay to take them for routine aches and pains, and if so, which ones to take. A. Here are the dos and don'ts.
January 2015 -
New Year tips to help you make positive changes to your well-being and lifestyle: prioritize fitness, SMART goals, low glycemic foods, power-packed breakfast, self-discipline, and 'me' time.
December 2014 -
Acid reflux can be called indigestion, heartburn, or sour stomach. It has a high prevalence in the Indian population: up to 20% of the Indian population experiences heartburn symptoms per year.
November 2014 -
November is Diabetes Month. Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes; another 86 million have prediabetes. Here are basic strength training exercises that help in managing diabetes.
October 2014 -
Despite the government and nonprofits providing free screenings, almost half the eligible people don't take advantage of these great opportunities. Here are good tips to avoid breast cancer.
September 2014 -
Fall’s arrival brings many opportunities to stay fit and burn extra calories. Take advantage of the cooler weather and head outdoors with the whole family. Here’s what you can do.
August 2014 -
For everyday health problems, Mother may be your first source for help. What is your next source? Here are some guidelines on using the internet for health advice.