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Health Tip – Mar. 15 – Gazpacho For Your Blood Pressure

We usually think of gazpacho as a refreshing summer treat, but researchers from the University of Barcelona in Spain have shown that the traditional...

Health Tip – Feb. 26 – More Sleep Might Lower Blood...

Simply getting an extra hour or so of shuteye might help lower your blood pressure. A study published online on November 22, 2012 by...

Health Tip – Jan. 8 – Menopause Rearranges Women’s Fat

Contrary to what many women believe, menopause doesn’t lead to weight gain. Instead, the drop in estrogen redirects the process of fat storage in...

Health Tip – Nov. 30 – Blood Sugar and Brain Damage

Blood sugar in the “high normal” range - short of levels associated with diabetes or even pre-diabetes - can lead to brain shrinkage, according...

Health Tip – Nov. 29 – How Green Tea May Boost...

Research from China suggests that drinking green tea may provide benefits beyond protecting us against cardiovascular diseases, esophageal cancer, high blood pressure and the...

Health Tip – Nov. 12 – Go “Wild” With Blueberries

I am a great fan of wild blueberries, and I was pleased to see the results from the 15th Annual Wild Blueberry Health Summit...

Health Tip – Oct. 4 – Do You Have Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea, also called obstructive sleep apnea, is a disorder that causes interruptions of normal breathing during sleep. Symptoms include:1. Heavy snoring2. Periods of...

Health Tip – Oct. 2 – Lack of Sleep May Weaken...

If you haven’t been sleeping well, you’re likely to be tired a lot of the time, have headaches and gain weight. Not surprisingly, your...

Health Tip – Sept. 18 – Five Reasons Supplements Are Useful

The daunting variety of vitamins and other supplements on the market today can make choices difficult. Alongside traditional multivitamins and single-nutrient pills (such as...

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...