Women and Disease Risk Find Your Ideal Weight to Reduce Your Disease Risk 7 More Ways to Stay Healthy March is Women’s History Month. During this month, we honor the voices and contributions of past, present, and future women around the world.1 Women’s History Month makes a great time to reflect on women’s health. The
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4 Ways to Support Kidney Health How Your Kidneys Process What You Eat and Drink 7 More Ways to Protect Your Kidneys Your two kidneys are shaped like beans. Each is about the size of your fist. Your kidneys are located below your rib cage, on each side of your spine. Even though they’re small
Most Processed Foods Don’t Make the Cut Food Labels Can Be Confusing Step 1: Pay Attention to Nutrition Facts Step 2: Read Ingredients Food Labels Can Be Especially Tricky with Snacking In a perfect world, you would only eat whole, unprocessed foods. These foods come from the ground, a tree, or an animal. Broccoli, raw
What is Broken Heart Syndrome? Strategy 1: Eat A Heart-Healthy Diet Strategy 2: Manage Stress Levels Strategy 3: Get the Right Nutrients Your heart is a muscle that pumps blood throughout the body.1 In fact, this powerful muscle requires more energy to perform than any other organ. A few nutrients help provide that energy to
The idea of Valentine’s Day out sounds enticing. You might envision a candlelight dinner, dancing, and strolling in the moonlight. Most of us know the realistic scenario of this romantic holiday. You wait an hour for a table and pay too much for mediocre, unhealthy food. February weather means you’ll likely be running to the