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I’ve got to dedicate this weeks column to one of my hardest working clients, Joellen Allenberg. She is 60 years old but outworks many of my younger clients. She has become super strong since we started working together, and regularly cycles 30-...
Knowing the right way to eat is one thing, but doing it is not always easy, especially when dining out. But some Baltimore-area restaurants are making heart-healthy dining easier and more attractive for their diners. Restaurants like Zia's in Towson are...
Premium Health News ServiceSPICE THINGS UP THE HEALTHY WAY Tortillas, cilantro, salsa, cheese, and oh, those peppers! The familiar foods of Mexican cuisine can make your mouth water just thinking about them. Yet cooking these foods from scratch can be time consuming. When you're...
Tags: Medical Research, Onions, Nutrition, Heart Disease, Cilantro
February was American Heart Month. It's a month dedicated to educating the public about heart disease, but heart health is an issue we face year-round. Choosing to live a healthy lifestyle, including diet, nutrition and exercise, all help combat heart...
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Frank J. Rosalie, owner of Fitness Together of Williamsburg, www.fitnesstogether.com/willamsburg, 757-345-2246, offers these tips for heart health in February. He writes: "It’s Heart Health Month meaning this month is ablaze with the color red!...
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Medical Edge from Mayo ClinicDEAR MAYO CLINIC: Is it true that heart attacks are more common around the holidays? If so, why is that? What can people do to lower their risk? ANSWER: Heart attacks, along with heart problems in general, are more common around the holidays. Various...
Whether we like it or not, winter will be here soon. Many of us have begun winter maintenance on our homes and cars, so why not make some similar tweaks to our diets? For motivation and ideas, the American Heart Association (AHA) is claiming Nov. 7, as...
Tags: Medical Research, Steaks, Parsley, Tomatoes, Recipes
Alzheimer's disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. There is currently no cure, and the only available drug treatments, while masking the initial symptoms — memory loss, difficulties with problem solving and temporal and...
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Premium Health News ServiceGOODBYE TO YEARLY PAP SMEARS FOR SOME WOMEN OVER 65 If you're over 65, you may no longer need to see your clinician for a Pap smear every year. In March, both the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and American Cancer Society released new...
• Avoid saunas, hot tubs, steam baths and exposure to any other sources of excessive heat. • Stop tobacco use. • Avoid excessive alcohol use. • Do not take anabolic steroids or illicit testosterone supplements. • Eat a heart-...
Dr. Steve met up with Richard Blais, winner of Top Chef: All Stars. With more than 42 million American women suffering from some form of heart disease and risk factors on the rise, eating a heart-healthy diet has never been more important – or more...
Today’s the day to celebrate love. All around you, people are sending or receiving bouquets of roses, heart-shaped boxes of chocolates and endearing messages scrawled across greeting cards. So many cards are purchased this time of year that...
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