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Health Tips & Topics

How to Help Prevent High Blood Pressure

About 1 in 3 U.S. adults have high blood pressure or HBP. Blood pressure depends on how much blood your heart is pumping and how much resistance there is to blood flow in your arteries. If you have narrow arteries, your blood pressure will be higher.

How to Blunt Unhealthy Food Cravings

For many healthy eaters, our greatest nemesis is food cravings. The seemingly insurmountable desire for something very specific (and usually very unhealthy) is more than normal hunger.  Some research shows that these strong yearnings are linked to habits, hormones, and emotions. 

How to Start a New Health Routine and Stick with It

How many times have you said to yourself, “I’m going to eat right, exercise every day, go to bed early, save and budget my money."? How many times has that actually happened or lasted for longer than a week? Chances are you are like 96 percent of the population who have set resolutions and have not achieved them.

Ways to Bust Stress

Stress and anxiety can be very detrimental to your overall health. Here are eight healthy ways to help you relax and reduce tensions.

Understanding Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men (after skin cancer), but it can often be treated successfully. Understanding the risk factors and screening guidelines are critical to ensuring timely and successful treatments so patients can maintain a high quality of life.

Understanding Cervical Cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, cervical cancer was once one of the most common causes of death for American women. However, increased knowledge of its causes and preventive screening methods have significantly lowered the cancer death rate