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Cars, couches, and office chairs don’t come with a surgeon general’s warning, but maybe they should, especially if you spend a lot of time in one or more of these three backside rest stations. Studies citing the harmful effects of sitting too long are rolling in, with some even linking the habit ... Read more
ADDED TO  Heart Health, Wellness Tips  14 days 18 hours 25 min ago
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Knowledge is power, as the saying goes, and that’s absolutely true about heart health. You probably know that getting regular exercise, eating a nourishing diet with lots of whole plant foods, not smoking, and keeping your stress levels in check all benefit your ticker. And hopefully you transl ... Read more
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While we’re paying attention to matters of the heart this month (it’s almost Valentine’s Day, after all!), show yourself some love by making sure you’re doing all you can to keep your heart healthy. Here are a few reminders from the American Heart Association (AHA). The AHA recommends 30 minutes ... Read more

The case for chocolate has been building for years, and now, another study finds that eating chocolate may be good for your heart. In fact, those who ate the most chocolate were the least likely to suffer from a stroke or cardiovascular disease. But take this news with a grain of salt (and your c ... Read more
ADDED TO  Food- Sugars, Heart Health, Wellness Tips  749 days 18 hours 25 min ago
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Do you see the proverbial glass as half empty or half full? When it comes to nutrition, it appears that the latter, more optimistic approach may be best. Not only is Mediterranean-style eating associated with fewer heart attacks and strokes in people with pre-existing heart disease, but the resul ... Read more

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