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8 Hidden Health Benefits Of Cherries For Weight Loss, Heart Health & Good Sleep

Jun 6, 2017

8 Hidden Health Benefits Of Cherries For Weight Loss, Heart Health & Good Sleep

Courtesy of Smart Cooky - Everybody enjoys indulging in juicy red cherries during the summer season.

The DASH Diet & Heart Health

Jun 6, 2017

The DASH Diet & Heart Health

Courtesy of Five Star Senior Living - Eating a low salt diet can earn you a host of health benefits. Likewise, so can eating certain minerals like calcium and potassium.

This Vegetable Is Especially Beneficial For Heart Health

Jun 5, 2017

This Vegetable Is Especially Beneficial For Heart Health

Today, there are several different types of such useful plants as asparagus, but they all have incredibly useful properties for our body.

Hot Summer Days Call For Good Hydration

Jun 4, 2017

Hot Summer Days Call For Good Hydration

Courtesy of The Bismark Tribune - Hot summer days are just around the corner in North Dakota. June is a good time to raise awareness about what it takes to keep each other safe.

Eating Late Dinners Linked To Weight Gain, Greater Heart Disease Risk, Study Finds

Jun 3, 2017

Eating Late Dinners Linked To Weight Gain, Greater Heart Disease Risk, Study Finds

Courtesy of Study Finds - People who prefer eating dinner later at night may be putting their weight and their heart at risk, a new study finds.

10 Top 'Superfoods' For Your Heart

Jun 1, 2017

10 Top 'Superfoods' For Your Heart

Courtesy of WebMD - When it comes to keeping your heart healthy choosing the right foods can make a real difference.

You Asked: Is Intense Exercise Better For Your Health?

May 31, 2017

You Asked: Is Intense Exercise Better For Your Health?

Courtesy of Time Magazine - Research is now finding that you don’t have to put yourself through punishing workouts in order to optimize your health.

Many People At Risk Of Heart Attack See No Need To Improve Their Health

May 31, 2017

Many People At Risk Of Heart Attack See No Need To Improve Their Health

Courtesy of The Beat - “Perceiving a need to do something about a health problem is a precursor to actually doing something about it,” said F. Daniel Ramirez, MD, a cardiology resident at the Ottawa Heart Institute and lead author of the study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

Mediterranean Diet Offers Heart-Healthy Benefits

May 30, 2017

Mediterranean Diet Offers Heart-Healthy Benefits

Courtesy of Samaritan Health Services - A traditional Mediterranean diet based primarily on plant-based foods has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Nine Foods That Lower Bad Cholesterol

May 29, 2017

Nine Foods That Lower Bad Cholesterol

Courtesy of AOL - Lowering the level of LDL (bad) cholesterol in your blood is important as too much can cause fatty deposits to form in the arteries, increasing your risk of heart attack and stroke.

Healthy Snacks For Calorie Counters

May 29, 2017

Healthy Snacks For Calorie Counters

Courtesy of Jamaica Observer - ALL around the world more people are becoming health-conscious and are constantly searching for the ideal diet.

Obesity Causes Poorer Cardiovascular Health In Young Adults

May 27, 2017

Obesity Causes Poorer Cardiovascular Health In Young Adults

Courtesy of News Medical Life Sciences - Higher than normal body mass index (BMI) is known to lead to cardiovascular ill-health in mid-to-late life, but there has been limited investigation of its effect in young, apparently healthy, adults.

It`s Not Only About The Muscles! Here Are 6 Health Benefits Of Weight Training

May 27, 2017

It`s Not Only About The Muscles! Here Are 6 Health Benefits Of Weight Training

Courtesy of Mens XP - Most people relate the words ‘weight training' and gym to getting muscular or losing fat.  However, this outlook is short-sighted and very misinformed.

South Jersey Residents Aim To Be Healthy For Good

May 26, 2017

South Jersey Residents Aim To Be Healthy For Good

Courtesy of Cape May County Herald - Five New Jerseyans were recently recognized with a Lifestyle Change Award at the 2017 American Heart Association Southern New Jersey Spring Heart Walk.

New Oral Health Initiatives Provide Greater Health Both In The Dental Clinic, And Without

May 25, 2017

New Oral Health Initiatives Provide Greater Health Both In The Dental Clinic, And Without

The Oral Health program at the Carroll County Health Department has two new initiatives, one that is expected to improve the patient experience at its pediatric dental clinic and another that aims to improve heart health through the county.

Health Heart 101

May 25, 2017

Health Heart 101

Courtesy of Real Clear Health - For millennia the heart was thought to be the seat of emotions — the source of love, of course, but also kindness and courage. To lose heart is to lose the fight, and perhaps even one’s life.

How Painkillers Could Be Hurting Your Heart

May 24, 2017

How Painkillers Could Be Hurting Your Heart

Courtesy of Health Line - New research backs up previous studies that showed the potential side effects of painkillers. It also concludes risks start within weeks of taking the drugs.

How To Tell If A Health And Food Study Is Too Good To Be True

May 23, 2017

How To Tell If A Health And Food Study Is Too Good To Be True

Courtesy of The Essential Daily Briefing - Here’s a little quiz for you: which of the following headlines are real? A glass of red wine may be equivalent to an hour in the gym. You can lose weight, just by breathing. Jogging outside makes you stupid.

Anabolic Steroids May Tax The Heart

May 22, 2017

Anabolic Steroids May Tax The Heart

Courtesy of Pantagraph - Long-term use of muscle-building anabolic steroids may take a toll on the heart, researchers say.

What Are The Best Heart-Healthy Exercises?

May 22, 2017

What Are The Best Heart-Healthy Exercises?

Courtesy of U.S. News & World Report - Doctors want you to get up. They want you to move. Americans are too sedentary, they say – and fitness is one of the greatest predictors of heart health in middle-aged adults.