Health News

Exercise As You Age: Enjoy The Benefits Of Fitness

El Centro, California - (NAPSI) - As you age, regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your physical and emotional well-being. Older adults are recognizing the incredible impact of physical activity and fitness, and are becoming more active than any previous generation.

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Support Network Helps

El Centro, California (NAPSI) - If you or someone you care about is ever among the nearly 2 million Americans who have a heart attack, a stroke or are diagnosed with heart disease every year, the key to recovery could come from a surprising source.

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Device Relieves Restless Legs Syndrome

San Clemente, California (NAPSI) - A nationwide campaign is aimed at helping the millions of Americans who aren’t getting enough “shut-eye.” It’s a serious problem: Besides experiencing physical fatigue and emotional stress, sleep-deprived people face increased risks for heart and kidney disease, high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.

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Hope For Life-Threatening Condition Impacting Pregnant Women

El Centro, California (NAPSI) - Danyelle’s first pregnancy was going extremely well, and she couldn’t wait for the arrival of her baby girl. At her 28-week checkup, her doctor knew that something wasn’t right. Danyelle’s feet and face were incredibly swollen. When Danyelle returned the next day for more tests, her blood pressure had skyrocketed.

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Dermatologist Provides Tips To Protect Your Skin This Summer

El Centro, California (NAPSI) - After a grueling winter, summer is finally here and Americans across the country are trading their heavier layers for lighter wear. Whether your idea of fun in the sun is a picnic at the park, hiking, volleyball on the beach or grilling in the backyard, it’s important to be mindful of one outer layer in particular: your skin.

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Show Mom You Care: Have A Conversation About

El Centro, California (NAPSI) - Mother’s Day is the perfect time to reflect on the relationship you share with your original caretaker: your mother. This year, as you look back at the many years your mother cared for you, consider the possibility that she may require care herself someday.

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