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Health Tip – Apr. 3 – Protect Your Heart with a...

Older adults can have a reduced risk of developing heart disease if they include more Vitamin D in their diets. Vitamin D and fortified...

Health Tip – Apr. 1 – The Old Man and the...

Studies have found that people who eat fish on a regular basis live longer and healthier lives. In fact, regular fish eaters are less...

Health Tip – Mar. 22 – BMI A Bit High? Your...

Here’s some cheerful news: an analysis of nearly 100 studies involving data on more than 2.88 million men and women found that being a...

Health Tip – Mar. 8 – Big Bellies Bad for Bones

Men’s big pot bellies are a known risk factor for heart disease, but a new study suggests that this extra tissue is also bad...

Health Tip – Mar. 5 – Stress and Your Risk of...

How do you rate your stress level? Your answer to that question may tell you something about your risk of coronary heart disease. Researchers...

Health Tip – Jan. 8 – Menopause Rearranges Women’s Fat

Contrary to what many women believe, menopause doesn’t lead to weight gain. Instead, the drop in estrogen redirects the process of fat storage in...

Health Tip – Dec. 24 – Exercise Intensity Cuts Heart Disease...

You can walk for an hour a day, but that won’t necessarily affect your risk of heart disease or stroke. But walking fast or...

Flu Numbers Up in One Week

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The number of reported cases of the flu in Michigan jumped this week, according to state...

Health Tip – Dec. 11 – Zinc Deficiency May Threaten Seniors

New research suggests that we have an increased need for zinc to help protect against DNA damage and inflammation as we get older. The...

Health Tip – Dec. 3 – Why Fruits and Vegetables are...

Here’s some news women can cheer: a large study performed in Sweden found that women who ate the most fruits and vegetables - nearly...