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DVT: Tips to Combat the Dangerous "Sitting Disease"

DVT: Tips to Combat the Dangerous "Sitting Disease"

Written by Morgan Statt
on Thursday, 29 March 2018

Did you know that people who sit for less than 30 minutes at a time have the lowest risk of an early death? 

Leading a sedentary lifestyle has been linked to so many health problems, including cardiovascular disease and cancer, that it makes laying on the couch and binge-watching your favorite show way less appealing. 

It is also a major risk factor for a potentially fatal condition known as Deep-Vein Thrombosis.
High Anxiety: 5 Things that Set Us Off & What to Do

High Anxiety: 5 Things that Set Us Off & What to Do

Written by Sanam Hafeez, PsyD
on Monday, 26 March 2018

Anxiety is defined as a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. 

It's future thinking in a negative way. 

While it’s normal to have concerns from time to time, chronic anxiety leads to loss of appetite, insomnia, compromised immunity and other diseases. 

Dr. Sanam Hafeez, PsyD, shares five common anxiety triggers and offers insights and tips for what we can do to get back into ease.
7 Tips to Keep Firm in a Marriage Relationship

7 Tips to Keep Firm in a Marriage Relationship

Written by Joel Curtis
on Monday, 19 March 2018

You’re deeply in love with your partner –- and you always see your marriage as one of the best things that happened in your lifetime.

You picture yourself and the love of your life living a happy life together and want your marriage to stay as strong as possible.

For that reason alone, here are the seven tips to remember to keep firm in a marriage relationship.
Health Screening Checklist: Are You Due?

Health Screening Checklist: Are You Due?

Written by Jack Burke
on Monday, 19 March 2018

To make sure we age like the fine wine we want to be, it’s important for both men and women to have regular health exams. 

Hims recommends the following preventative screening tests men and women need to have throughout their life.

20s – 30s Screenings:
Blood pressure – every 3-5 years
Cholesterol – every 5 years, more frequently if at risk for heart disease
Diabetes – if BMI over 25
STD – depending on risk factors
Pelvic exam and pap smear – every 3 years
4 Healthy, All-Natural Alternatives to Smoking

4 Healthy, All-Natural Alternatives to Smoking

Written by Rachelle Wilber
on Monday, 19 March 2018

Do you enjoy smoking but despise the negative health effects? Do you find that vaping nicotine as a smoking alternative just isn’t cutting it for you? 

Don’t fret. Take the healthy path instead. 

These four smoking and vaping alternatives are much safer. They’re also completely natural.
6 Ways to Burn Your Fat Fast

6 Ways to Burn Your Fat Fast

Written by Jack Parker
on Friday, 16 March 2018

Losing weight can be difficult for some, easy for others. There's no rule from which we can determine who is going to love working out and who is going to evade it constantly. 

What I can do, however, is help those that are having a tough time starting or continuing their workouts.

What do you need to do to lose weight and burn fat fast? How can you complement your workouts? Here are six ways to burn your fat fast.
Have Asthma? 4 Ways to Improve the Air Quality in Your Home

Have Asthma? 4 Ways to Improve the Air Quality in Your Home

Written by Hannah Whittenly
on Wednesday, 14 March 2018

For those that have asthma, it is important to reduce the triggers that aggravate it as much as possible. The best place to start is with the home. 

The home, where asthmatics spend the most time, may have more asthma triggers than you realize. 

Here are four ways to improve the air quality in your home to make life easier, and healthier, for both asthmatics and non-asthmatics alike.
What to Do When Life Doesn’t Go the Way You Wanted

What to Do When Life Doesn’t Go the Way You Wanted

Written by Trevor McDonald
on Monday, 12 March 2018

Have you ever gotten your hopes so high that you can barely imagine things not working out? Then Murphy’s Law swoops in out of nowhere and blindsides you. 

We’ve all been there. When things don’t go the way you want, it can be devastating. But what if it’s more than just one event that goes wrong? What if your entire life ends up off course? 

Okay, let’s take a deep breath. We’ve got this.

Here are a few tips to help you feel better and get back on course.
Can Kissing Lead to the Incurable Cold Sore?

Can Kissing Lead to the Incurable Cold Sore?

Written by Georgea Pasedis, PharmD, RPh
on Monday, 12 March 2018

Viruses are spread from person to person through the exchange of bodily fluids. Even an innocent kiss can transfer millions of bacteria, according to a study in Microbiome

This makes cold sores among the top conditions for which people head to the pharmacy counter to seek help from their pharmacist. 

Kissing and sharing personal items can easily spread cold sores, but there is a lot of misinformation about these sores and how to deal with the symptoms.
How Stress Sabotages Your Weight Loss Goals

How Stress Sabotages Your Weight Loss Goals

Written by Trevor McDonald
on Friday, 09 March 2018

The idea of weight loss is bound to make anybody stressed, but did you know stress is the most overlooked factor that negatively impacts your weight loss goals? 

Regardless if you follow a strict workout regime and eat healthily, stress can diminish their results in conjunction with negatively impacting your physical and emotional well-being. 

If you are having trouble losing weight or seemed always to gain it back, perhaps the answer lies in stress!

This is how stress sabotages your weight loss goals.
Common Questions Kids Ask About School Shootings & How to Answer

Common Questions Kids Ask About School Shootings & How to Answer

Written by Sanam Hafeez, PsyD
on Thursday, 01 March 2018

In the wake of the horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida, attention once again turns to what can be done to ensure the safety of children in school. 

Given kids are exposed to the news and overhear the concerns of their parents as they speak with other adults, it’s expected for children to feel incredibly uneasy. 

Children above all want to feel safe. When the adults in charge of protecting them are fearful and insecure, kids begin to ask questions and now more than ever, kids are demanding answers. 

Here are some common questions kids are asking when it comes to school shootings and their own safety and insights on the ways to best to have this important discussion with your kids.
5 Medical Uses for Marijuana

5 Medical Uses for Marijuana

Written by Marisa Timko
on Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Medical marijuana isn’t a new thing. In fact, historical texts show that ancient people used cannabis for holistic healing thousands of years ago. 

And, despite the fact that the Federal Government has been slow to show support for medical marijuana and related products like vape oils and cannabis pills, 29 states and the District of Columbia have legalized doctor-prescribed pot.
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