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Warming Up to Running in the Winter

Nov 29, 2017 ● By Becca Newell

Wintertime running is just as safe as running in any other season. There are, however, a few precautions to consider.

The Link Between Cardiovascular Disease & Diabetes

Nov 29, 2017

Even though the statistics may point to an increased risk of developing heart disease if you have diabetes, there’s a lot you can do in terms of prevention.

Breast Cancer Myths Vs. Realities

Oct 04, 2017

Wen Liang, MD, breast surgeon at The Rebecca Fortney Breast Center at Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) sheds light on what’s myth and what’s reality when it comes to your breast health.

Minding Your Memory: A Few Tips For Keeping Memory Sharp

Oct 04, 2017 ● By Caley Breese

The older we get, the greater the chance for our memory loss to become more profound. The good news is there are are many different things we can do to help protect it.

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy: Are BHRT Pellets Game Changers?

Jun 14, 2017 ● By Caley Breese

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy Pellets, also known as BHRT, is a safe, natural way to normalize your hormones.

Morpheus Ascending

Apr 22, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

I know we go on and on and on about the importance of a quality night’s sleep. But there is a reason for the harping.

A Good Catch-22

Apr 22, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

Exercising at an early age can pay off in benefits as you grow older. That healthy lifestyle in your teens and twenties can be very good news for your bones in your fifties and beyond.

An Honest to Goodness Miracle Drug?

Apr 22, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

It comes from the bark of graceful willow trees. It can fight fevers, halt or delay heart attacks or strokes, stop pain in its tracks, treat acne, and even get rid of a hangover.

The Look of Love

Apr 22, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

It’s not just your imagination. Face time with your beloved dog really does make you feel better. And Japanese scientists have proven it.

How to lower health costs by millions

Apr 15, 2015 ● By Arden Haley

More use of minimally invasive surgery can dramatically reduce post-operative complications and shave hundreds of millions of dollars off the nation's health care bill.