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Relaxation, Meditation, and Yoga

by Jessica B. April 20th, 2017
Heart health and stress levels go hand in hand. Whether it is the increase in blood pressure you get when dealing with stressful situations day in and day out, or the junk food you are more prone to eat when struggling with stress and not finding time to eat,
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Walk at Work

by Lori Sciame April 13th, 2017
Now that the weather has turned warmer, and your pants probably feel tighter after the long months of winter, why not begin an exercise program at work?  There's no easier way to do this than by organizing walks with your co-workers.  I've used walking as my main form of exercise at work for almost 25 years, and the benefits have been immense, the most important being the development of new friendships.  Listed below are three ways to prompt your co-workers
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Snore Loudly? Read This!

by Lori Sciame April 6th, 2017
Men, if your significant other tells you that you snore so loudly that he or she can't sleep, then please read this post. You may have a life threatening condition called sleep apnea. This term may sound complicated, but it's really not. Sleep apnea is "...a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. You may have sleep apnea if you snore loudly and you feel tired even after a full night's sleep" (MayoClinic.com).

I am convinced
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  • Cope With Post-Commencement Stress Disorder

    by Mackenzie M. March 30th, 2017
    As the college graduation season draws close, many students are getting excited to receive their degrees and move on with their lives. Other students, however, are absolutely terrified of what lies ahead. In fact, these fears are not completely unfounded due to the poor job market and the incredible amount of alternative opportunities outside of the work force to choose from. While most people are mildly nervous about what
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  • National Nutrition Month: Women 40+

    by Kimberly Hays March 23rd, 2017
    It is just a part of life for women as they age that they will experience a low libido, a slow moving metabolism, and diminished energy levels. Most women start to feel these irritating symptoms at 40 and over. There are things we can do when these indicators start, like getting plenty of exercise, eating a healthy diet, and talking with your doctor about supplements that can help alleviate
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  • Antibiotic Resistance: A Serious Threat

    by Kimberly Hays March 16th, 2017
    Antibiotic resistance has become a major concern internationally. Health officials say that there is a tremendous void globally in the development of new antibiotics, and new medications must be developed to fight off mutating infections. As bacterial infections mutate, they become “superbugs” that do not respond to the antibiotics that are currently available. There have been only a few new antibiotics developed in the past decade, and it is
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