The Art of Napping

It has been found that incorporating a 10-15 minute nap into your afternoon schedule can improve your overall focus and productivity, thus leading to greater happiness and success. An afternoon nap gives one a chance to unplug from the demands…
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Do You Snore?

Have you been waking up feeling tired?  Do you have trouble concentrating during the day due to fatigue? Does your spouse complain that you are raising the roof with your loud snoring? Snoring is noisy breathing during sleep. As you…
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Creating a Diet Plan – Where to Start?

With work, family and social obligations, finding time to construct a solid diet plan that can fit seamlessly into your lifestyle may feel like an onerous task. Here are some tips to help you improve your dietary choices that will…
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For Better Heart Health

February marks the observance of American Heart Month (visit @American Heart). All of us can use this month to become better educated about heart disease and how to prevent it. Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause…
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UltraSlim Body Contouring

Losing “stubborn fat” is hard and as you get older — it just gets harder and harder. You might go to the gym five days a week, sweat on the treadmill for an hour, and see maybe a pound or…
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Health Tips for 2019

It’s the middle of January…how are those resolutions coming along? Don’t be discouraged if you haven’t succeeded in accomplishing all those goals. Rather than throwing in the towel, try following these simple tips to improve your everyday health. Stay Hydrated. …
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Don’t Get Derailed This Holiday Season

With Thanksgiving around the corner, the beginning of the holiday season has officially arrived! The holidays can be a busy time of year filled with cocktail parties, nights out with friends, family gatherings and other social get-togethers. With so many…
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Healthy Blood Pressure

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a common condition that can put you at risk for heart disease and stroke. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 3 American adults have elevated blood…
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Smart Snacking

As we leave the lazy days of summer behind, fall often brings more hectic days. Students head back to school, vacations have ended and everyone seems a lot busier.  Oftentimes, we are skipping meals and snacking, often on the go. …
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