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Together, the diseases listed above account for 90% of the causes of death, disability, or loss of productivity in adult men and women over the age of 40.

Are You at Risk for Lung Cancer? Find Out about Lung Cancer Risk Factors Here

Lung cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States; about 13 percent of all new cancer cases are lung cancer. The American Cancer Society says that lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths…

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5 Signs Your Heart Needs Help

Is your heart trying to tell you something? Heart problems don’t always come with clear warning signs. Even heart attacks rarely cause the “clutch at your chest and collapse onto the floor” sign that you see in the movies. In…

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Habits to Improve Colon Health

A healthy colon is essential for a well-functioning digestive tract and optimal overall health, so it is important to take good care of your colon. Your colon is also known as the large intestine. It is the last part of…

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Get Screened for Colon Cancer for New Year’s Resolution

Making New Year’s resolutions can help you improve your health and well-being through lifestyle changes. Keeping those resolutions, though, can be tricky. An astounding 80 percent of people who make New Year’s resolution break them by the second week in…

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Holiday Food Overload and How it Affects Your Heart

The holidays are a time of joy… and a lot of food. Binging on sugar, fat, and salt can send you into “holiday food overload.” While indulging in rich meals, cookies, candies, and the occasional eggnog seems delectable at the…

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Healthy Alternatives to Holiday Food Favorites

Holiday dinners and parties are a smorgasbord of sweet, salty, fatty, high-calorie delights that can add inches to your waistline, plump up cholesterol levels, and raise your blood pressure. Overeating at holiday dinners or parties can undo some of the…

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Encourage Circulation in Colder Weather

Winter brings colder temperatures and, in some places, ice and snow. Plummeting temperatures can turn nearly any landscape into a winter wonderland with brisk air, ice, and snow. Cold weather can also affect how blood flows in your body. One…

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How to Have a Heart-Conscious Halloween for Kids and for Adults

It is so easy for adults and children to load up on sweets and other unhealthy foods on Halloween, and many seasonal favorites are not heart healthy. Many Halloween candies and treats are high in saturated fat, which can cause…

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Are You Worried About Your Colon Health? It May be Time for Screening

Are you worried about the health of your colon? Have you noticed a change in your bowel habits? It may be time for screening. You probably already know that colon health is important. Your colon, or large intestine, has two…

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Signs of Poor Circulation

Good circulation is essential for good health. Every beat of your heart pumps blood through the approximately 60,000 miles of blood vessels that make up your circulatory system. Your arteries deliver oxygen-rich blood to the cells of your body and…

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