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Osteoporosis Linked to Dementia Risk

At surface level, few people might link bone health and brain health. But a new study conducted by researchers from the Epidemiology Team of IQVIA, a healthcare data science company based in Frankfurt, Germany- set out to explore the relationship, with surprising results. The data was published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, March 2023.… Continue reading Osteoporosis Linked to Dementia Risk

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Living With Chronic Pain

11 Ways to Deal with Chronic Pain

Pain is all encompassing. It impacts every aspects of our lives and those around us. from loved ones to co-workers. We all struggle to find balance in our lives. Between home and work, healthy eating, weight. . . It’s never easy. The same is true for those of us living with chronic pain. Just moving… Continue reading 11 Ways to Deal with Chronic Pain

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Weight Loss

Women’s Cardiovascular Health Positively Impacted by Mediterranean Diet

One person dies every 37 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease (which refers to disease of the heart or blood vessels). And, in the United States, someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds. Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women. Heart attack symptoms are most often thought if as… Continue reading Women’s Cardiovascular Health Positively Impacted by Mediterranean Diet

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Sleep Quality and Regularity Are Critical Factors in Maintaining Cardiac Health

Sleep is a function that our bodies heavily depend on to maintain overall wellness. From regulating blood sugar, repairing cells, clearing out waste in the brain, building muscle, balancing hormone levels, and more, sleep is vital to our health. Many studies highlight the importance of getting 7-9 hours of sleep, and of maintaining the regularity… Continue reading Sleep Quality and Regularity Are Critical Factors in Maintaining Cardiac Health