How To DeStress During the Holidays

As everyone knows, stress can do harmful things to your body. Stress can cause weight gain, diabetes, and can also lead to heart disease. The holidays can add unwanted stress to already busy lives. We want the holidays to be about spending time with loved ones and celebrating; it shouldn't be something you dread. This ...
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What Holiday Stress Does To Your Body

Do you find yourself overstressed during the holidays? If so, you're not alone. The holidays can add extra cleaning, shopping, cooking, wrapping, and entertaining. This could all be adding on to an already busy schedule. We know that stress is bad for the body. But what exactly is our stressful holiday season doing to us? Holiday Stress can ...
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What is the Leading Cause of Death for Men?

Do you know what the leading cause of death is for men? The CDC reports that 24.4 % of men in 2015 died from cardiovascular disease. This makes it the leading cause for death of all men in all ages and races. There are some key factors that may indicate your risk for heart disease. A Big ...
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Prostate Health: How to Prevent Prostate Issues

Prostate health is one of the leading issues in men's health. Besides prostate cancer, which is the second leading cancer death in men, there can be other issues with the prostate. These include prostatitis and benign prostatic hyperplasia. Prostatitis is when the prostate gland is swollen or inflamed. The Mayo Clinic states that "prostatitis often ...
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Are You At Risk for Prostate Cancer?

Prostate Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death for American men. In fact, the American Cancer Association predicts that there will be near 165,000 new cases of prostate cancer in 2018. From these cases, 30,000 deaths are predicted. Harvard Medical Center  states that prostate cancer is especially dangerous because "the growth of cancerous cells inside the prostate...may ...
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Men’s Health: See A Doctor For A Longer Life

It's no secret that women generally live longer than men. In fact, according to the Social Security administration, the average 65 year old man will live to 84.3 and the average 65 year old woman will live to 86.7; that reads in at about 2.5 years of more time on this earth. There's a mix of factors ...
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Can You Balance Your Thyroid With Diet?

The thyroid is a gland in the neck that helps regulate your metabolism. According to the Cleveland Clinic, over 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease. Thyroid disease can affect people of all ages and races, though "women are 5 to 8 times more likely than men to have thyroid problems." There are ...
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Low Estrogen Can Cause Cardiovascular Disease

More women die of cardiovascular disease-- or heart attack and stroke-- than any other condition. In Fact, the American Heart Association states "more than one in three female adults has some form of cardiovascular disease." Menopause itself is a natural cycle and is not the cause of cardiovascular disease, but after menopause, the risk of heart attack ...
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