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The Link Between Diabetes and Obesity

Diabetes and obesity often go hand in hand, but taking control of your weight can lower your risk for other serious disease-related health conditions and lower your need for medication. Learn how you can play a key role in your diabetes management.

Jul 16th, 2019
How Does Stress Affect Your Risk of Diabetes?

The very word “diabetes” can cause stress, but does stress play a role in the development of diabetes? Spoiler: Stress does up your risk for the disease; but by harnessing it, you can watch your risk for diabetes go straight down.

Jun 17th, 2019
What Every Woman Needs to Know About Bone Health

Women are at significant risk of developing osteoporosis as they get older — and that means they're more prone to major fractures, too. Here's what you can do to reduce those risks — and how to find out if you have low bone density.

May 10th, 2019
Why Women Experience Anxiety Symptoms Earlier Than Men

Anxiety disorders can be debilitating, and they can also take a toll on your overall health and well-being. Studies show these disorders are more common among women and also begin earlier. Here's what you should know.

Apr 23rd, 2019
How Trigger Point Injections Can Help With Chronic Pain

Trigger point injections deliver powerful medications directly to the source of pain for fast, effective relief. Unlike oral pain medications, trigger point injections won't cause addiction or other related side effects. Here's how they work.

Mar 1st, 2019
Lifestyle Advice for Lowering Your Blood Pressure

Sure, taking medicine can help keep your blood pressure in check. But did you know you can help reduce your BP naturally too? Here are six steps you can take to lower your BP and prevent serious medical problems.

Feb 5th, 2019
Feel Your Best This Year With TruSculpt 3D

Most of us have stubborn fat that just won't budge, no matter what we do. With TruSculpt, you can get rid of fat without surgery for slimmer contours you'll love. Here's how TruSculpt can help you ring in the new year with more confidence.

Jan 18th, 2019
5 Foods to Eat to Help Improve Your Bone Health

According to the CDC, serious falls cost patients over $50 billion every year. Are you doing enough to keep your bones strong and prevent fracture-causing falls? Eating these five bone-healthy foods could make all the difference. Find out what they are.

Jan 8th, 2019
Reduce the Appearance of Your Fine Lines with Cutera XEO

Fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin making you look older than you feel? Cutera XEO is a noninvasive skin rejuvenation treatment that can help you turn back the clock on facial aging without surgery. Here's how it works.

Dec 19th, 2018
How to Live a Normal Life With Diabetes

Are you living with diabetes ... or suffering from it? Although management of the disease will always be a part of your daily routine, you can lead a rich and fulfilling life despite your diagnosis.

Dec 17th, 2018
Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Right for You?

If you’re struggling with symptoms of menopause, like hot flashes, mood changes, and vaginal dryness, you might need hormone replacement. We discuss the benefits and risks of hormone therapy, so you can decide if it’s right for you.

Sep 14th, 2018
Tips for Maintaining Bone Strength as You Age

Protecting your bones as you age helps you enjoy the activities you love for as long as possible. Maintaining bone strength is probably easier than you think, especially with good lifestyle habits -- the right diet, supplements, and exercise.

Aug 15th, 2018
Why Yoga is So Great for Seniors

Yoga isn’t just for young, bendy types. Yoga offers tremendous benefits to seniors’ minds and bodies. Read on to learn just a few of them.

Jul 25th, 2018
Why Everyone Over 50 Should Get the Shingles Vaccine

Burning and tingling, painful blisters, and the risk of lifelong chronic nerve pain come with the shingles, hardly what anyone would choose. But if you’ve had chickenpox, are over age 50, and you’re not vaccinated against the disease, you’re at risk.

Jun 25th, 2018
Could You be Prediabetic and Not Know It?

Diabetes isn’t a disease that suddenly appears. It progressively develops over time and usually starts with a condition known as prediabetes. Read on to find out if you might unknowingly have it.

Jun 25th, 2018
How Non-Surgical Laser Therapy Can Take Years off Your Face

If you thought facelift or other invasive procedures were your only options for a younger-looking appearance, think again. Nonsurgical laser therapy can take years off your face without the interruption and inconvenience compared to other methods.

May 29th, 2018
Tips to help prevent venous reflux disease

Tired, restless, or swollen legs with varicose veins are signs that you have venous reflux disease, a condition that causes your blood to flow backward. Read on for helpful tips that can help with venous reflux disease and preventing them.

May 10th, 2018
Five Things You Can Do for Healthy Blood Pressure

You can take charge of your own blood pressure, controlling it before it controls you, but it does take some effort and some discipline on your part. Here are five suggestions to help lower your blood pressure or keep it in a healthy range.

Jan 22nd, 2018