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Building Meaningful Relationships

by Lori Sciame June 12th, 2020 | Health Observance
My relationship post this week is in honor of National Men's Health Month. This is because building meaningful relationships with peers has a direct correspondence with a man's mental health.  In essence, although many men tend to not like talking about emotions, they still benefit from the company of male friends.  In tough times, male friends may not discuss issues non stop like the majority of females do, but they still offer support and reassurance; therefore, men need to be cognizant of the fact that having male friends can be key to a happy and healthy life.

Common Interests/Common Bond

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Vitamins, Minerals, and Supplements

by Kimberly Hays June 5th, 2020 | Health Observance
While the nutrition from the food we eat and the vitamins we take are equal for both men and women as far as national guidelines, we often think that is all that both sexes need. Actually, because men frequently exercise strenuously, and they have to deal with erectile dysfunction and other reproductive organ issues, there are specific minerals, vitamins, and other supplements they should take to meet the body’s needs aside from a healthy diet and a multi-vitamin.

Vitamins – Men need vitamin C for more than general health. Vitamin C is very important for prostate health, and it is
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Need a Drink?

by Lori Sciame April 10th, 2020 | Health Observance
Alcohol use and abuse profoundly affects the health of American males.  This is a reality, as men binge drink more than women do,  and they suffer from alcohol related injuries and death more than women do.  Even though men can metabolize alcohol more quickly than women, statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) prove that men need to think twice before imbibing and over indulging!

 Is There a Problem Here?

Information on the CDC's website proves the large role alcohol plays in the lives of American men.  For example, 63% of all males in America report having ingested
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Alcohol Strains Relationships

by Lori Sciame April 3rd, 2020 | Health Observance
Living in a state known for its high rates of drinking, I fully understand the negative ramifications of alcohol use on relationships.  In Wisconsin (the state where I reside), alcohol is included in almost every social gathering, from family holidays to backyard barbecues.   In fact, Wisconsin has more bars/taverns than grocery stores.  Because of this, adults and children alike are affected by the misuse of this powerful depressant.  Check out the following list concerning the negative effects of alcohol on relationships.

Parent/Child

Parents who drink heavily run the risk of harming their children in a number of different ways.  If a
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Reading Fact Labels for Heart Health

by Kimberly Hays February 14th, 2020 | Health Observance
Fact labels have been on food products for the past 20 years. They were put in place by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to allow us make sound decisions on what we buy, as well as knowing the Percentage Daily Value (%DV) of vitamins and nutrients in foods. Using the Percentage Daily Values can help to maintain heart health.

High blood pressure is a concern to all of us, especially when considering that one in three people have high blood pressure, and this can lead to heart disease. Eating too much fat, salt, and high cholesterol foods raise our
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