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Posted Tue, Jun 21, 2022
Did you know that the number of people with Alzheimer's disease doubles about every five years beyond age 65? When it comes to people who are at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s,
Posted Mon, Jun 20, 2022
Summer is here, which means the sun is shining and the great outdoors is calling. Few things have the same summer feel as a picnic with friends and family,
Posted Tue, Jun 07, 2022
Have you heard the news? Your body has a second biological clock! It helps you to feel happier, have more energy, and get the rest you need after a very long day.
Posted Tue, May 31, 2022
The steady march of the seasons brings a more blistering sun, heavier rain showers, and longer days as our world progresses into the depth of summer.
Posted Mon, May 30, 2022
Food producers will say anything to get you to buy their products, including making their goods seem healthier than they may be. We want to help you make the most informed decisions you can when reading packaging labels at the store.
Posted Mon, May 23, 2022
Introduced initially outside of the Mediterranean in the 1960s as a diet to lose weight, the Mediterranean diet draws its inspiration from the unique food cultures of the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, such as Spain, Greece, and Italy.
Posted Tue, May 17, 2022
How much time do you spend outside? With new forms of technological entertainment, people are spending less time in nature. But most don’t realize that being active outdoors provides more benefits than just physical fitness and weight loss.
Posted Thu, May 12, 2022
You buy fresh produce at the beginning of the week with the hopes of making a spectacular meal. Then, the end of the week comes along, and all that produce has gone bad.
Posted Mon, May 09, 2022
For centuries, cultures from around the world have used medicinal food to treat bodily ailments or supplement their diets. Today, we can bring these healthy options into our lives as well.
Posted Thu, May 05, 2022
Finding and preparing healthy meals aren’t entirely hinged on having fresh food and produce. Frozen and canned foods may get a bad rap, but they can also be as nutritious as their fresh counterparts and are more affordable and accessible all yea...
Posted Thu, Apr 28, 2022
If you’ve heard the terms OCD or obsessive-compulsive disorder in pop culture, you probably associate this condition with a need for tidiness, cleanliness, and organization.
Posted Thu, Apr 21, 2022
Along with medical support, nutrition is key to managing kidney disease. For those with compromised kidney function, the foods you eat or avoid can even prevent kidney disease from progressing.
Posted Mon, Apr 18, 2022
For centuries, cultures from around the world have used medicinal food to treat bodily ailments or supplement their diets. Today, we can bring these healthy options into our lives as well.
Posted Thu, Apr 14, 2022
According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, with one person dying from a cardiovascular condition every 36 seconds.
Posted Thu, Mar 17, 2022
Do your thoughts race at night, preventing sleep? Do you find it difficult to sleep after getting settled in bed? Do you wake up from fitful sleep fatigued and lethargic?
Posted Tue, Feb 22, 2022
If you’re dealing with pain and inflammation from endometriosis, you’re not alone. About 1 in 10 women and girls deal with this condition, which is caused by tissue that behaves like the uterus lining but grows outside of the uterus.
Posted Thu, Feb 10, 2022
Finding and preparing healthy meals aren’t entirely hinged on having fresh food and produce. Frozen and canned foods may get a bad rap, but they can also be as nutritious as their fresh counterparts and are more affordable and accessible all yea...
Posted Fri, Jan 21, 2022
With temperatures that rarely drop below freezing, it’s common to find a native Texan who doesn’t have much experience driving in inclement winter weather.
Posted Wed, Dec 29, 2021
Optimal levels of thyroid hormones are necessary during pregnancy, assuring the baby’s healthy growth and development during the first three months. However, two pregnancy-related hormones
Posted Mon, Oct 25, 2021
Having trouble falling asleep? You’re not alone. It’s common to experience a restless night every now and then. The good news: There are steps you can take to help yourself start to snooze.
Posted Thu, Oct 21, 2021
There are many options for treating breast cancer, including breast cancer surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and more. And while treatment is often necessary, research suggests that certain therapies for breast cancer ca...
Posted Mon, Oct 18, 2021
Sudden cardiac arrest is a quickly occurring, life-threatening emergency that can affect anyone—from seemingly healthy teen athletes to seniors.
Posted Wed, Sep 22, 2021
When the body’s cells grow and divide in ways that our systems can’t manage, they become cancerous. Lifestyle and environmental factors can influence these changes, but our changing genes also play a crucial role in determining an increased risk...
Posted Tue, Sep 21, 2021
If you have an infection, your body can develop a life-threatening reaction known as sepsis. Sepsis takes more than 258,000 American lives each year according to the Centers for Disease Control. Here’s what you need to know about sepsis and how ...
Posted Tue, Aug 31, 2021
How can you help your child properly fuel to get the most out of their school day? We have a few tips for creating fun and nutritious packed lunches. Let’s start with the basics.
Posted Wed, Jul 14, 2021
Did you know that women are expected to live 4.9 years longer than men on average? Why is there an almost 5-year difference in life expectancy between the sexes? For years, researchers have attributed this to lifestyle differences. However, new ...
Posted Wed, Jun 30, 2021
Days are noticeably getting hotter, and what better way to stay refreshed and hydrated in this Texas summer than by nursing a cold glass of iced tea on a patio? While sinfully sweet teas are a Texan classic,
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