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Don’t Give Up on Your Fitness Tracker. . . Tips for Heart Health and Weight Loss

Let’s not beat around the bush, the simple act of owning a fitness tracker is not going to automatically improve your heart health and weight loss goals. However, research shows that if you have some of the basic 16 desires for heart health and weight loss, you may be closer to achieving your goals. 16

Permanent Body Contouring Solutions: SculpSure vs. Cool Sculpting

Now that you can remove stubborn fat and cellulite from your belly, hips, and thighs without surgery, the question is which body contouring treatment is best for you? SculpSure or CoolSculpting? While both treatments change the temperature of fat cells to permanently destroy them, Dr. Cynthia, at the Holistic Healing Heart Center, recommends SculpSure treatment

Foods That Help In Stress Management

Each and every human being undergoes stress. It’s our body’s natural response whenever we face certain difficult situations in life. Stress may come due our work or from our family affairs, but too much of it can have impact our body and overall heart health. However, there are numerous ways in which you can reduce

Traits Of A Good Cardiologist

Not All Cardiologists Are Created Equal Your heart is a vital and essential part of your body. And if something goes wrong with it, however minor the problem may be, you will have to go to a professional. Even if you experience a little chest pain, it is recommended that you get yourself checked. Your

The Best Weight Loss Diets

Want to lose weight soon? If you think by just removing all the junk food from your diet and eating less food will help you achieve this objective, then you couldn’t be more wrong. We are not saying that you shouldn’t remove junk food from your diet. We are only saying that you shouldn’t stop

New study suggests eating red meat may increase risk of Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes Risk Factors A new study published June 17, 2013 in JAMA Internal Medicine showed that eating red meat over prolonged period of time increased the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. The study followed several men and women participants for four years and found that those who ate half a serving (about