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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 – 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...

Health Tip – Oct. 5 – Build Stamina With Stair Climbing

The Empire State Building "run up" happens each winter. Hundreds of competitors race up the 1,576 stairs to the 86th floor; the winner typically...

Health Tip – Aug. 22 – Do Earlobe Creases Indicate...

If you have ever heard that a crease in the earlobes - specifically one that runs diagonally - indicates an increased risk of heart...

Health Tip – Aug. 14 – More Chocolate, Fewer Heart Attacks

If more people at high risk for cardiac disease ate dark chocolate daily, there might be fewer heart attacks and strokes. That conclusion comes...

Health Tip – June 21 – Berries For the Brain

Eating blueberries and strawberries regularly seems to help protect the brain from the effects of aging. This latest good news about the health benefits...

Health Tip – Jan. 20 – Four Reasons to Eat Pistachios

Pistachios, like most nuts, are a healthy snack when eaten in moderation, and their fat content can help stave off hunger pangs. If you...

Health Tip – Jan. 10 – Fitness Trumps Leaness

Even if you're carrying a few extra pounds, if you get in shape and stay in shape - and you’re male - your risk...

Health Tip – Dec. 20 – Hints for the Heart: Easy...

Giving up sweetened sodas might be a simple and inexpensive way to lower women’s risk of heart disease. Results of a study presented at...

Health Tip – Dec. 8 – Is Fresh Juice Better?

If you have ever had the good fortune to drink freshly squeezed orange or grapefruit juice, you undoubtedly have been amazed at how much...