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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.

How Much Sleep Do You Actually Need?

Why Sleep is Important Sleep is essential for good health and well-being throughout your entire life. Getting enough quality sleep at the right time can help protect your physical and mental health, improve your quality of life, and even keep…

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Heart-Healthy Tips for the Holiday Season

The holidays are a great time to indulge. Stressing about family gatherings, however, or rushing to buy presents, partying to all hours of the night, overindulging in Christmas cookies, eating a bit too much Thanksgiving turkey, and imbibing in holiday…

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Sugar and Disease

Most people know that eating too much sugar can lead to weight gain, but did you know that consuming too much of the sweet stuff can make you sick? Consuming sugar, especially in the large quantities common in the American…

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The History of Lung Cancer in the United States

The history of lung cancer in the United States corresponds with the use of tobacco. There are no written records of tobacco use before the 15th century, according to the Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Science. Christopher Columbus brought the…

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What is the Difference Between a Heart Attack and a Stroke?

Heart attacks and strokes are both very serious medical emergencies that can sometimes be life-threatening. Both occur as the result of cardiovascular disease that affects the heart and veins. While they seem similar at first glance, heart attacks and strokes…

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5 Tips for Cholesterol Health

Your body relies on cholesterol to keep cell membranes strong and help in the production of bile, hormones, and vitamins, but too much cholesterol in your bloodstream can lead to poor health and disease. Nearly 31 million people in the…

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Heart Disease 101

Heart disease affects the muscles, valves, and rhythms of the heart. There are several types and causes of heart disease. Fortunately, many forms of heart disease are treatable and preventable. Types of Heart Diseases and Their Causes There are many…

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How to Keep Your Liver Healthy

The liver is the largest internal organ of the body. It is also the most metabolically complex, performing more than 500 functions, such as producing bile, fighting off infection, manufacturing hormones and proteins, neutralizing toxins, controlling blood sugar, and playing…

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How to Keep Up With Colon Health During the Holidays

The holidays are a great time to celebrate friends and family, but rich food, busy shopping excursions, and parties associated with the holidays can knock your colon health plan off track. Fortunately, you can keep up with colon health during…

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Breathing Exercises To Improve Your Lung Health

Out with the old air and in with the new. Breathing is easy when you have healthy lungs. Every time you breathe in, you fill your lungs with oxygen and other beneficial gases. You expel waste gases each time you…

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