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The Importance of Getting Enough Sleep

What does this lack of sleep mean for our health?

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Additional Health Tests to Demand from Your Doctor

Most Americans should request additional tests, beyond standard blood work, at their next physical. Here are five supplementary health tests to ask for at your next doctor’s visit.

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The fit and feisty senior's guide to boxing-related exercises

You don't have to be a boxer to enjoy these shadow boxing, speed bag routines and heavy punching bag exercises as part of your leisure fitness regimen.

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Slender or musclebound? How to tell one health supplement from the next

Vitamins and supplements are made differently and for different reasons. Knowing which will work for you could mean good health or an adverse health reaction.

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Swimming your way to a younger you

Swimming on a regular basis can make you feel younger, and revitalized and is also among the doctor recommended exercises to help relieve back pain.

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How to stay in style and keep your eyes sharp: The importance of sunglasses in cataract prevention

As we age, eye problems increase, including cataracts. Fortunately, this problem can be treated by wearing stylish UV ray filtering sunglasses to match your wardrobe.

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How to pig out and stay slim: Exploring delicious, lean recipes

Learn how you can chow down and pig out on healthy food by eating six times every day while remaining slim, trim and even losing weight in the process.

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5 ideas to enjoy life to the fullest while fighting cancer

Your fight against cancer can be enhanced if you take time to enjoy life to the fullest. Stay happy and healthy for the best fighting attitude.

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Pumping iron: How lifting weights can lower your blood pressure

Did you know that pumping iron can serve to decrease your body’s blood pressure? Learn how to get started on a healthy weightlifting regimen.

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How to deal with chronic back pain without resorting to drugs

As an alternative to using drugs to relieve chronic back pain, many people turn to alternative therapies like exercise, chiropractic, diet and nutritional supplements. Strengthening the back can bring relief for some.