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  • Aging Awareness Day

    September is Healthy Aging Month and today is Aging Awareness Day! Both occasions aim to shine a light to the sensitive topic of getting older. Here are 10 great ideas you might want to put into action to help you feel younger.

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  • Why its essential to know your blood pressure numbers

    High blood pressure, sometimes referenced as “the silent killer” because it often has no symptoms yet can be extremely serious. If left untreated, high blood pressure can significantly increase your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. It can also damage the kidneys, brain and other organs and increase your risk of developing a number of serious long-term health conditions.

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  • Foods to Help Lower Cholesterol

    According to Harvard Medical School, there are 11 foods that can help lower your cholesterol. These foods will give you a good source of fiber and polyunsaturated fats needed to help reduce your chance of heart disease.

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  • September is National Cholesterol Education Month!

    September is National Cholesterol Education Month. According to the CDC, more than 102 million American adults (ages 20 and older) have high cholesterol levels which increases their risk for heart disease. 

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  • Hypoglycemia

    Do you ever wonder what is considered to be a low blood glucose level? Diabetes Self-Management shares that for many people with diabetes, 60mg/dl or less is considered low and treatment is advised to keep it from dropping even lower.

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