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Health Tip – Apr. 26 – Big Breakfast May Backfire

Don't count on a big breakfast to promote weight loss. Earlier research suggested that a hearty morning meal cuts down on your appetite -...

Health Tip – Apr. 12 – Feeling Guilty About Gossip?

Gossip is good for you! That’s the word from a study at the University of California, Berkeley, which found that some forms of gossip...

Health Tip – Apr. 11 – Diet Sodas and Death

Drinking diet sodas daily is associated with an increased chance of suffering a heart attack, stroke, or of dying due to conditions that affect...

Health Tip – Mar. 30 – Obesity and Pain

The heavier you are, the more likely you are to be in pain. This finding comes from data gathered by telephone survey of more...

Health Tip – Mar. 28 – Swimming Can Lower Seniors Blood...

Swimming is often promoted as good aerobic exercise for seniors because it is easy on the joints. Now a small study suggests that it...

Health Tip – Feb. 14 – Depressed? Think Vitamin D

After reviewing data gathered during a four-year study involving nearly 12,600 participants, researchers have reported a clear link between low levels of vitamin D...

Traditional Music Jam at the Peter White Public Library

Musicians of all abilities are invited to a  traditional music jam is at the Peter White Public Library. Join other acoustic musicians for a...

Health Tip – Nov. 17- Pre-Hypertension Boosts Stroke Risk

We’ve long known that high blood pressure is a primary risk factor for stroke, but new research suggests that blood pressure on the high...

Health Tip – Nov. 16 – Alzheimer’s: The Sleep Connection

Getting enough sleep might help lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The link to sleep hasn’t been entirely proved yet, but a new study...

Health Tip – Nov. 11 – Coffee May Protect Women From...

A large study involving nearly 51,000 women found that drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears to lower the long-term risk...