Eating Disorder Awareness

In the United States, 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives. Worldwide that number is nearly 70 million. Eating disorders are serious, life-threatening illnesses that affect all kinds of people, regardless of gender, ethnicity, size, age, or background. In fact, eating disorders have
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Mes de Concientización sobre la Diabetes

De acuerdo con los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades, más de 30 millones de personas padecen diabetes en Estados Unidos, y más de 84 millones tienen prediabetes en el país entero. Las personas que sufren esta enfermedad tienen el doble de probabilidades de sufrir un infarto o una embolia, por lo
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PSA: Watch your cholesterol

September marks the beginning of National Cholesterol Education Month. Millions of Americans of all ages, genders, and ethnicities struggle to maintain healthy cholesterol levels, which is why it’s important to know how to prevent and manage high cholesterol. A 2017 study found that 95 million U.S. adults age 20 or older have higher than recommended
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Checa tu colesterol

Septiembre es ahora el Mes Nacional de Educación sobre el Colesterol. Millones de estadounidenses de todos los géneros, edades y razas se esfuerzan por mantener saludables sus niveles de colesterol; de allí la importancia de saber cómo prevenir y controlar el colesterol elevado. Un estudio de 2017 reveló que 95 millones de estadounidenses adultos y
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Top Things to Remember for Healthy Aging

It’s no secret that as we get older, we need to be more cautious about our health. For many, trips to the doctor become more frequent and medical complications more common. That means it’s essential to be proactive and develop habits that will improve your wellbeing as you age. Here are some tips to help
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How to Live Easier with Food Allergies

Food allergies are ever present in our world today. In fact, Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) reports that over 32 million Americans have food allergies, as well as one in thirteen children. Unfortunately, the number of people with food allergies is only increasing. Food allergies can come in all different forms. The eight most
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Oficialmente ya es verano y estos son los mejores alimentos de la estación

Aun con el cambio de estación y el arribo del verano, preservar la salud sigue siendo tan importante como siempre. Mantenernos activos, beber mucha agua y descansar lo suficiente son factores imprescindibles de un estilo de vida feliz, sin olvidar las opciones alimenticias inteligentes como otro elemento clave de este propósito. Esta semana tómate un
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It’s Officially Summertime – Here are the Best Foods to Eat this Season

As the seasons change and summer is upon us, staying healthy is as important as ever. Staying active, drinking water, and getting enough rest are all part of a happy lifestyle – and smart food choices are another key element that we can’t forget. This week take some time to learn more about those seasonal
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Mi amor, en este junio, concéntrate en tu salud

La semana pasada hablamos aquí sobre el Mes Nacional de la Seguridad, pero junio también es el Mes de la Salud del Hombre, período durante el cual debemos abordar los problemas de salud más evidentes y prevenibles que afectan al hombre. Por eso, también este mes es una oportunidad idónea para animar a que nuestros
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Mother’s Day Might Have Passed But Don’t Forget National Women’s Health Week

Every May, we celebrate Mother’s Day to take a moment to appreciate the mother figure in our lives; to give thanks to the women who bore us, raised us and supported us. So, it is only fitting that Mother’s Day is at the start of National Women’s Health Week, where millions of women take steps
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