Category Archives: Health

How Back and Neck Pain Can Impact Your Productivity and How You Can Reverse the Trend

If you suffer from occasional or chronic back and neck pain, you know how irritating it can be. Even when it’s not absolutely debilitating, the pain can slow you down, distract you and dampen your mood. And it’s not just the pain of a bad back; it’s the problem you…

Forget the Fads: How to Make Healthy Eating a Lifelong Habit and Not a Fleeting Trend

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Did you make a resolution to eat healthier this year? Did you clear out your cupboards, tossing the cookies and potato chips, replacing them with wheatgrass and quinoa? Are you low-carbing, intermittent fasting, keto-ing, reduced-fatting, low-sugaring, or otherwise dieting?  Well, stop already! Stop dieting and start making healthy eating a…

Bone Health: How to Strengthen and Protect Your Bones

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When was the last time you thought about your bone health? If you’re like most people, the answer is probably never. That’s because our bones feel solid and healthy. Why worry about something that seems strong? Unfortunately, the reality is that you’re probably losing bone strength and don’t even realize…

BMI is a Red Flag for Health Risks – Here’s How to Calculate Yours

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Body Mass Index (BMI) is one of the most important measurements about the human body, and you can calculate in seconds. Your BMI helps you detect a variety of health risks, however, most people don’t know what their BMI is. Do you know yours? If not, you should take a…

10 Self-Care Tips to Support Your Angina Treatment Plan

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Angina can be scary because for many people who experience it, they feel like they’re having a heart attack. This isn’t surprising since angina is defined as chest pain or discomfort that happens when the heart muscle doesn’t get as much blood and oxygen as it needs to work at…

10 Self-Care Tips to Manage Your Pain

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Did you know that pain affects more people in the United States than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined? An estimated 75 million Americans have chronic or recurrent pain making it one of the most common reasons people seek medical care. For employers, chronic pain costs over $1 billion per…