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Your body’s vascular system consists of a complex network of arteries, veins and capillaries.  The main job of this system is transportation as it moves blood from the heart, throughout the body and back to the heart.  Arteries play a role as it takes oxygenated blood away from the heart.  Keep Reading


The Pharmacy that is Your Kitchen

by Wendy on November 6, 2014

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Most people don’t realize it, but many of our homes have an abundance of health-promoting items inside their own kitchen. The spice rack and refrigerator just might contain more helpful items than a first aid kit or medicine cabinet. Keep Reading


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The months of October through December can be a very chaotic stretch of the year for most of us. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years can be a time of family gatherings, parties with friends and co-workers and extremely busy schedules. Keep Reading


Pushing Through a Life Burnout

by Rachelle on October 31, 2014

When was the last time you felt burnt out? These days, it’s quite normal to be stressed, overworked, and saddled with too many of life’s responsibilities. It’s a small wonder that the modern western lifestyle is so predisposed to produce burnout in those who lead it. Keep Reading


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Almost everyone will say that they want to live longer, do more things, and spend more time with their families. But even if most people think or say this, their lifestyle reflects otherwise. Living longer and continuing to love your life usually means living healthy. Keep Reading


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Many people find themselves perplexed by the common syndrome of snoring, which causes many problems for them and their family members. While they face a restless night’s sleep, their partners and other family members have to cope with the high decibel levels that come from the nightly snorer. Keep Reading


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We always seem to be impressed by water and what it has to offer. However, we don’t take the time to ensure we drink enough water. With all the water that surrounds us, why are we constantly downing energy drinks, coffee, and juices when we are thirsty? Keep Reading


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You would think that in order to reduce fat in your midsection, you would start with endurance exercises, and focusing on some weight training just on your abdominals right? Keep Reading


Post image for Watch Out for What Your Body is Telling You

Your body works sort of like the warning symbols that pop up on the dashboard of your car. If your engine is having issues, tires are low in pressure, or the oil needs to be changed, your car lets you know. Some warning signs that our body might be telling us should not be ignored, and should be fixed as soon as possible. Here are a few of issues that may or may not be a concern, and should be explored to treat as soon as possible: Keep Reading


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Portion sizes have been increasing each decade of society. It wasn’t long ago that the normal size for a soda was a modest 12 ounces, food was portioned smaller at restaurants, and all-you-can-eat buffets weren’t as popular as they are today. There are a few things you can do to counter this “portion distortion” that we as a society are currently experiencing, some that you can use to your own benefit: Keep Reading