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Connective Tissue: It’s What Holds You Together

November 9th, 2022

Your body is comprised of four kinds of tissue: Muscle: made up of cells that contract so your body can move. Nerve: made up of cells that transmit signals. Epithelial: made up of cells that cover surfaces and cavities in the body, but that allow nutrients and waste to be absorbed and secreted. Connective: made […]

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Six Tips to Avoid Fatigue this Winter

November 4th, 2022

If the end of the year makes you tired, you aren’t alone. Days are shorter. The weather is colder. Your body may want to “hunker down” and conserve energy. Add stress from the holidays into the mix and you may be tempted to crawl onto the couch and stay there. But you should try to […]

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Chronic Pain Syndrome: Stopping the Pain

October 25th, 2022

For some people, aging can mean more issues with pain. Usually, pain is temporary and goes away within a number of days. But sometimes, it can persist for weeks or even months. When pain persists for an indefinite period of time, it’s usually considered to be chronic pain. Symptoms of Chronic Pain Chronic pain is […]

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Semaglutide: a New Approach to Weight Loss

October 12th, 2022

Gaining weight is frustratingly easy for most people. Losing weight, on the other hand…not so much. Unfortunately, the $33 billion weight loss industry has offered consumers a lot by way of hype, but not much when it comes to effective solutions. Until now. A medication called semaglutide is finally showing some promise on the weight […]

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Five Ways to Boost Your Immune System for Cold and Flu Season

October 5th, 2022

Autumn is upon us, and for most people that means cooler temperatures and more time spent indoors. It also signals the beginning of cold and flu season. After 2+ years of pandemic talk, it may seem oddly refreshing to talk about “ordinary” viruses like influenza and the common cold. But these ordinary viruses are anything […]

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The Good, The Bad, and the Truth About Cholesterol

September 26th, 2022

It’s likely you’re no stranger to the word “cholesterol”. But do you know what cholesterol actually is? In simple terms, cholesterol is just a waxy fat. But…it’s a waxy fat that can be found within almost every cell in your body. Despite the bad press it gets, cholesterol is essential for good health. In particular, […]

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Don’t Fall for These 4 Food Myths

September 20th, 2022

The cliché is true: You are what you eat. And as we age, diet has an even greater impact on health and quality of life. But like anything else, the rules around what constitutes healthy eating change as researchers learn more. As a consequence, some of the adages we once considered gospel are no longer […]

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Save Yourself from the Zombie Cell Apocalypse

September 14th, 2022

The zombies are coming…but not the zombies you see on TV or in the movies. These zombies are inside your body…and they can speed up the aging process. We’re talking about “zombie cells”…and they have gained attention in recent years as being a determinant of both lifespan and healthspan. What Are Zombie Cells? Cells in […]

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Three Steps to Reduce Cancer Risk

September 6th, 2022

Cancer occurs when DNA mutates, causing uncontrolled cell growth. These mutations can be caused by: Exposure to radiation (even just from the sun) Genetics Toxins in the environment Poor lifestyle habits (e.g. an unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, and smoking) Fortunately, much can be done to reduce cancer risk. Step 1: Eat Cancer-Fighting Foods There […]

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Are you Getting Enough of These Critical Nutrients?

August 29th, 2022

Let’s face it…the average modern-day American lifestyle leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to promoting good health. Too much stress. Being too sedentary. And perhaps worst of all, poor nutrition (even though most of us have access to plenty of food). In fact, about half of the population in the U.S. suffers […]

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