Healthy Living

Diabetes Prevention

Diabetes can cause serious health problems, such as heart disease, stroke, and eye and foot problems. Prediabetes also can cause health problems. The good news is that type 2 diabetes can be delayed or even prevented.

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Prostate Cancer Prevention

Did you know that Prostate Cancer is the second most common cancer among men? Read more to find out how you can work towards preventing Prostate Cancer.

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Colorectal Cancer Prevention

Overall, the most effective way to reduce your risk of colorectal cancer is to get screened for colorectal cancer routinely, beginning at age 50.

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Walking: A Step in the Right Direction

Ready to get moving? Here are some tips to start walking in the right direction.

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High Cholesterol: Understand Your Risks

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Misconceptions About Seasonal Flu and Flu Vaccines

You have Flu questions, and we’ve got the answers.

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Women and Weight Loss

What is the best way for women to lose weight? Every woman is different, but recent research suggests that women may lose weight differently than men.

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Swim Safely: Quick Tips

Swimming is a great way for the whole family to get active. Follow these tips to stay safe in and around the water.

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Exercising With Pain

Pain. It’s your body’s way of warning you that something might be wrong. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you should avoid exercise. In fact, depending on the type of pain you have, exercise could actually help.

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Living with Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease in which blood sugar (glucose) levels in your body are too high. Diabetes can cause serious health problems, including heart attack or stroke, blindness, problems during pregnancy, and kidney failure.

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Getting Active

Regular physical activity (exercise) can help lower your risk for many diseases that affect women, including heart disease and stroke. Exercise can also help relieve symptoms of some conditions, such as depression, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure.

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Stress and Your Health

Stress is a reaction to a change or a challenge. In the short term, stress can be helpful. It makes you more alert and gives you energy to get things done. But long-term stress can lead to serious health problems.

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Healthy Living by Age

Be healthier with one, or all, of the steps outlined in this article. Get the conversation started at your next well-woman visit with this list.

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Making Healthier Eating Choices

Confused about how to make healthier eating choices? Should you buy organic? What healthy substitutions can you make when cooking? Below are some dos and don’ts when shopping, cooking, and ordering food.

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