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  • Are You at Risk for Diabetes? Learn the Symptoms

    Are You at Risk for Diabetes? Learn the Symptoms

    Diabetes, a condition characterized by high blood sugar levels, is a major health concern in America as well as other parts of the world. If you are in the habit of incorporating a lot of sugar into your diet, you may be putting yourself at risk for developing diabetes. There are several other factors that could increase your risk of developing this potentially life and limb-threatening disease.

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  • Cardio Exercises that Your Joints Will Love

    Cardio Exercises that Your Joints Will Love

    As a young adult, getting a good cardio workout may be just a matter of going for a fast jog or jumping rope. As we age, however, excessive pounding can take its toll on your joints causing pain and limiting your mobility. Workouts then become a source of dread rather than something you enjoy.

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  • Can exercise help your body fight illness?

    Can exercise help your body fight illness?

    Working out may be the secret to fighting off colds and other illnesses, according to a recent study. Researchers found that by repeatedly stressing your body through exercise, you could actually be strengthening your immune system.

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  • How to make your New Year’s resolution stick

    How to make your New Year’s resolution stick

    Making a New Year’s resolution is a good first step to achieving your goals, but simply setting a resolution may not be enough to actually achieve those goals. If you want to look back on 2016 as a year of success, use these tips for making your resolution stick.

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  • 5 tips for setting a realistic New Year’s resolution

    5 tips for setting a realistic New Year’s resolution

    It’s that time of the year when most people are setting goals and making resolutions for what they want to accomplish in the new year. Turning over a new calendar is all about hitting the “reset” button and starting fresh. About 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, yet only a mere eight percent actually achieve them. Why?

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  • Our healthy holiday gift guide

    Our healthy holiday gift guide

    Christmas is less than two weeks away, but there’s still time to finish up your holiday shopping. Here are five gift ideas for your favorite health-conscious friends and family members.

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  • Use this, not that: A guide to healthy holiday recipe substitutions

    Use this, not that: A guide to healthy holiday recipe substitutions

    The holiday season is a time for traditions, all the way down to the food on the table. If you want to have a healthier holiday season but your family is depending on you to make that family-favorite casserole or apple pie, don’t disappoint them by changing the menu.

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  • Bundle up: 5 benefits of a winter workout

    Bundle up: 5 benefits of a winter workout

    Are you dreading winter weather because you don’t want to move your workout indoors? It may be cold outside, but braving the cold temps for your workout could actually have added benefits.

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  • 6 daily habits to boost your metabolism

    6 daily habits to boost your metabolism

    Exercise is an important part of managing your weight, but it isn’t the only factor to consider when you’re trying to drop a few pounds. What you eat and how your body processes the calories you take in can make a big difference in how quickly you shed those unwanted pounds.

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  • 6 essential post-workout stretches

    6 essential post-workout stretches

    At the end of a workout, the last thing most of us want to do is spend extra time stretching and cooling down. However, dedicating some time to post-workout stretches can relieve tightness, help your muscles return to a neutral position, reduce soreness and even help prevent injury.

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