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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.

5 Steps Toward a Healthier Heart

Approximately 610,000 people in the United States die from heart disease each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This means heart disease is responsible for about one in four deaths in the nation and is…

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Benefits of Chia Seeds

You might remember chia seeds from a popular toy; these are the same seeds you smeared on Homer Simpson’s head to grow an afro. You may not realize that chia seeds are more than fun – they are actually good…

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Signs of Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cells in the colon, also known as the large intestine. Doctors diagnose about 97,220 cases of colon cancer each year. Colorectal cancer of the colon is common – excluding skin cancer, colorectal cancer…

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7 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Your Heart Health

If you are like most people, you want to keep your heart as healthy as possible. You may know that heart disease is common, according to the American Heart Association, which says that more than 85 million Americans are living…

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How Allergies Affect Your Lungs

Spring is in the air – and so are many of the allergens that cause the misery of seasonal allergies. Symptoms of seasonal allergies can cause itching and watering in your eyes, congestion and runniness in your nose, and itching…

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8 Benefits of Taking Daily Walks

“Walking is the best medicine” ~Hippocrates   The “Father of Medicine” realized the benefits of walking way back around 400 BCE. Throughout the centuries, science and research proved Hippocrates’ theory about the health benefits of a daily ambulation. Today, doctors…

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Your Colon and Why It’s Important

Your colon is the final part of your gastrointestinal tract, which is part of your digestive system. Your colon is about five feet long and about 2.5 inches in diameter. Your small intestine is actually longer than your large intestine…

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Risk Factors for Lung Cancer

Certain factors increase your risk for lung cancer. Some of these risk factors are changeable, which means you can take action to reduce your risk for developing lung cancer. Other risk factors cannot be changed. Simply having a risk factor…

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How to Improve Your Circulation

If you are an adult and were to stretch all your blood vessels end to end in a straight line, they would measure nearly 100,000 miles long. Every day, the vast network of arteries, veins, and capillaries circulate about 1.2…

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Benefits of Virtual Examinations

In the earliest days of medicine, doctors would use their hands and rudimentary tools to perform physical examinations of the patients they treated. A doctor might press on a patient’s belly to diagnose appendicitis before performing surgery, for example, or…

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