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Exercise Prescription?

No one exercise has been proven to be superior to another. When selecting the right exercise program for you, you should do something that you enjoy! If the exercise of your choice is of moderate aerobic intensity, aim to do at

Exercise Prescription?

No one exercise has been proven to be superior to another. When selecting the right exercise program for you, you should do something that you enjoy! If the exercise of your choice is of moderate aerobic intensity, aim to do at

Should school start later for teenagers?

Many teenagers are sleep deprived. Is an early start at school the cause of their sleep deprivation? A new study starting this school year will evaluate the effects of sleep education, a later start, and a combination of the two on

Should school start later for teenagers?

Many teenagers are sleep deprived. Is an early start at school the cause of their sleep deprivation? A new study starting this school year will evaluate the effects of sleep education, a later start, and a combination of the two on

Which foods are high in fiber?

Fiber is beneficial to your health. Fiber is in fruits, vegetables, juice, legumes (ex beans, peas), and grains. An easy way to increase the amount of fiber in your diet is to eat whole grains (ex whole wheat bread, brown

Which foods are high in fiber?

Fiber is beneficial to your health. Fiber is in fruits, vegetables, juice, legumes (ex beans, peas), and grains. An easy way to increase the amount of fiber in your diet is to eat whole grains (ex whole wheat bread, brown

How much fiber should I eat daily?

Women are recommended to consume 25 g of fiber per day while men are recommended to have 38 g of fiber per day. Eating a diet high in fiber is protective against heart disease, diabetes, and colon cancer. Are you motivated

How much fiber should I eat daily?

Women are recommended to consume 25 g of fiber per day while men are recommended to have 38 g of fiber per day. Eating a diet high in fiber is protective against heart disease, diabetes, and colon cancer. Are you motivated

Will Medication Help Me Quit Smoking?

Quitting smoking is difficult. There are medications available to help you quit smoking. Talk to your doctor about nicotine replacements and prescription medications to help you decrease cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK63943/#A28430 Need Help? 1-800-QUIT-NOW http://www.SmokeFree.gov

Will Medication Help Me Quit Smoking?

Quitting smoking is difficult. There are medications available to help you quit smoking. Talk to your doctor about nicotine replacements and prescription medications to help you decrease cravings and withdrawal symptoms. Article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK63943/#A28430 Need Help? 1-800-QUIT-NOW http://www.SmokeFree.gov

People Who Quit Smoking Have Less Stress

Many people smoke to reduce stress. Interestingly, a study found that people who quit smoking have less stress compared to those who kept smoking. Is this another reason for you to put down the cigarette? Full Article: http://www.bmj.com/content/348/bmj.g1151 Need help? 1-800-QUIT-NOW SmokeFree.gov

People Who Quit Smoking Have Less Stress

Many people smoke to reduce stress. Interestingly, a study found that people who quit smoking have less stress compared to those who kept smoking. Is this another reason for you to put down the cigarette? Full Article: http://www.bmj.com/content/348/bmj.g1151 Need help? 1-800-QUIT-NOW SmokeFree.gov

Self Skin Exams Can Decrease Your Risk of Advanced Melanoma Skin Cancer

People who examine their skin for melanoma are more likely to catch it at earlier stages than people who do not. Early detection is important as it increases a person’s chance of survival from 16%-63% (late detection) to 98% (early detection).

Self Skin Exams Can Decrease Your Risk of Advanced Melanoma Skin Cancer

People who examine their skin for melanoma are more likely to catch it at earlier stages than people who do not. Early detection is important as it increases a person’s chance of survival from 16%-63% (late detection) to 98% (early detection).