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Should You Get A Mammogram?

On February 11, the prestigious British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a study suggesting that mammograms are ineffective at saving lives. View Full Post


Sugar: How Bad Is It for You…Really?

Sugar can kill you. That’s the headline popping up all over the Internet following the publication of a recent study in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. The study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) looked at the relationship between added sugar consumption and heart disease. And what the researchers found is pretty frightening. View Full Post


Eat Red to Protect Your Heart

It’s not quite Valentine’s Day yet, but it is the time of year for flowers, candy and hearts. And we’re not just talking about the chocolate variety. February is also American Heart Month, and this Friday, February 7 is the American Heart Association's (AHA) Wear Red Day, celebrated over the past 10 years to bring continued awareness to what is still the #1 killer of women today – heart disease. View Full Post


Do You Have the Sitting Disease? Here’s What to Do

Do you sit too much? New research finds it could lead to heart failure. Try our tips to help fight "the sitting disease." View Full Post


Coping with the Cold

Prevention is the key when it comes to avoiding illness caused by the cold. Here are our top 4 tips. View Full Post