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Nutrition: The Fuel for Good Health

Few preventive measures feed our overall health like proper nutrition does. It’s the fountain from which good health often flows. Just ask Ericka Shuman, a...

“See” What You Can do to Protect Your Vision

Threats to our vision are everywhere, from flying dust and debris in industrial settings, to overexposure to computer, mobile device, and television screens. And while...

Heart Attack or Cardiac Arrest? Knowing the Difference Can Save Lives

Heart attacks and sudden cardiac arrest, two of the leading killers in the U.S., can occur anywhere at any time. Knowing the difference between the...

How Mindfulness Mutes Distractions

Colleen Gavin wants people to know mindfulness is not as complex a concept as some believe. She wants to demystify it to make it...

Bicyclist’s Tale of Survival is Reminder That Immediate CPR Saves Lives

As he had done countless times before, Rich Williams, a fit, lean, 62-year-old, joined friends for a long bicycle ride through Lebanon County farm...

Those Who Give May Get Better Health In Return

Millions of Americans give freely of their time and energy to help lift their communities, and while they ask for nothing in return, science...

Dietitians Do More Than Help You Lose Weight

Giving blood is, well, in Gina McDonald’s blood. It’s so important to McDonald, the senior health coach at Capital Blue Cross, that she does...

This New Year, Resolve to Strengthen Your Mind to Cope With...

Each new year, Americans famously renew those promises to shed pounds and tone muscles, but some health experts say finding ways to strengthen our...

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Contributes to Employee and Workplace Woes

Loud snoring may do more than keep others awake at night. It could be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a common condition...

Pneumonia Can Strike Anyone: How to Protect Against It

A common myth about pneumonia is that it’s confined to the sick or elderly. In fact, pneumonia can strike anyone, at any age –...

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