Like many, this New Years I committed to trying to get more exercise during the day. Here it is only February and I’m already having a hard time finding the time to work out. OK, finding the time is impossible. … Continue reading
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It’s human pincushion time, time for our yearly flu vaccine. Remember the Swine flu last year? Because of all the hype surrounding it more people received flu shots than ever. Guess what? It worked.
Why should you brush your teeth at work? Apart from the obvious social importance of a fresh, clean smile, by increasing the frequency of brushing your teeth you decrease your risk of heart disease by decreasing your body’s baseline inflammation. Help your heart by … Continue reading
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“Moderation, the noblest gift of Heaven.” Euripides, 636AD Cardiovascular disorders such as heart attack, stroke, and congestive heart failure remain the number one cause of death in our society. While these diseases are rampant, the good news is they are … Continue reading