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Heart Attack

Heart Attack Men suffer heart attacks (also called acute myocardial infarctions) an average of 10 years younger than women do, and they’re more likely to die of a heart attack than women of the same age. The death rate for African American men is even higher than it is for whites. Sadly, half of the men who die of heart disease weren’t even aware that they had a problem. In fact, the most common symptom of a heart attack is, unfortunately, sudden death.
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Diet and Exercise are not Always Enough to lose Weight

Diet and Exercise are not Always Enough to lose Weight: Weight loss surgery may be an option Many have tried countless diets, calorie counting, low-carb, juice cleanses, and ultimately the weight one loses comes back all too often. For most people, a healthy balanced diet and regular daily activity are just enough to maintain oneself at a current weight. The prevalence of obesity is greater than 30% in the Valley. For these individuals, maintaining their current weight or gaining weight may lead to a cascade of health problems.
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Poor Health? BEET IT!

Contrary to common belief, these root vegetables are quite versatile and can be prepared in a variety of ways. So even if boiled beets aren’t your favorite, you can still incorporate this healthy food in your weekly menu by roasting or juicing them.

Edna De Saro: Spiritually, Physically and Financially Fit

As for staying healthy, she offers what she has learned over the years: I maintain a healthy lifestyle by staying active, sleeping well, eating healthy and having a strong mind. It is easy to forget about exercising when you have a busy schedule, but we must make time for our bodies. Sleeping is something important because it gives our bodies time to restore. Eating healthy can also be challenging when you are always on the run, but what we put in our bodies has a tremendous impact on our overall health. They don't call it “beauty sleep” just for nothing. And we can't underestimate the power of the mind. Having a positive attitude will always give you a better perspective when facing life's challenges every da

Urinary Incontinence in Women

Women with urinary incontinence may be advised to use absorbent products temporarily while waiting to undergo surgery. The bottom line is that there is an effective treatment for urinary leakage. Don’t hold yourself back in fear of embarrassment. Instead, visit our office for a complete individualized consultation and learn more about your treatment options

How to Take Charge of Your Health

How to Take Charge of Your Health When it comes to your health and wellbeing, you need to think not only about your body but your mind and spirit too. Everything about you and your life matters, and deserves your time and attention. Use your 2016 calendar and reminder stickers to schedule time for fitness, shopping for and preparing healthy meals, “down time” to relax and have fun, and a checkup with your doctor. Doing so will help you to balance your own health and wellness needs with your everyday commitments.

Gender Puts Women More at Risk for Stroke

“Whatever stage of life a woman is in, it’s important that she be aware of all the risk factors of stroke,” McDougal says. “As it’s often said, ‘knowledge is power.’ And in this case, the more knowledgeable a woman is about her stroke risk factors, the more she’ll be able to understand how she can be affected and work with her physician or health care provider as appropriate to reduce them.”
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