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Sleep Cycle Changes May Affect Your Health

Waking early on workdays and sleeping in on days off may not be as restful as you think: a new study suggests that when routine sleep habits are disrupted, your risk for diabetes and heart disease rises. The study included 447 men and women, aged 30 to 54, who worked at least 25 hours a […]

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Identify and Avoid Signs of Burnout with This Infographic

Normally infographics have an awful tendency to let meaningful information get lost in pretty pictures, but this one does a great job (although it’s a little tough to read) of outlining some common symptoms of burnout, like depression, insomnia, and frequent illness. It leaves off resentment, but that could be a cause and not so much […]

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Rebekah Curtis conducts regular training and wellness workshops in our Health Ed. Center. She is also available for one-on-one consultations in a private setting for any other condition not provided by training or classes. Read her full bio and get info on attending wellness workshops here.

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Beating Diabetes

[Via: Alert1 Personal Alert Systems] Do you know your pre-diabetic risk? Take this 3 min self-assessment

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Winter Health Ed. Workshop Schedule

This month find out how you can better manage your diabetes. Go to our Health Ed. Center for additional tips and more information.

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Your Body’s Absurd Response To Just One Energy Drink

Sure, no one ever thought of energy drinks as exactly healthy. But now, new research shows that even small doses of the beverage may be truly terrible for our bodies. The study, published in JAMA, had young, healthy men and women consume just one 16-ounce can of Rockstar, a leading energy drink brand. They then […]

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Placing a Cap on Americans’ Consumption of Added Sugar

Health experts have been nudging Americans to kick the sugar habit for years, and now it’s official: The Food and Drug Administration is recommending a daily cap on sugar for the first time. The goal is for Americans to limit added sugar to no more than 10 percent of daily calories, according to the proposed […]

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The Domino Effect Of Fitness

Physical activity is contagious among married couples, found a new study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. “When it comes to physical fitness, the best peer pressure to get moving could be coming from the person who sits across from you at the breakfast table,” Laura Cobb, study co-author and doctoral student […]

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10 High-Protein Vegetables You Should Start Eating Today

On my weight loss healing journey, my starting place for radically transforming my health was to eat real foods, especially vegetables. Within a few weeks of eating real foods, especially protein-rich vegetables (in combination with other healthy protocols), I began to have more energy and to feel my excess weight release easily and naturally, even […]

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Why We Need To Stop Debating Diet vs. Exercise

We would all like to say we know what it takes to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and everywhere you look people are trying to answer that question. But let’s boil it down to what it’s really all about. To simplify, it basically comes down to diet and exercise. Right? A lot of research has been done […]

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Physical Activity Keeps Brain Regions That Benefit From Exercise Young

Olga Kotelko became famous for competing in track and field competitions well into her 90s, showing that even an elderly person could remain physically and mentally fit through activity. The Canadian loved her consistent workout routine, and researchers were fascinated by the effect it had on her health as she aged. In fact, MRI brain […]

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What to Know About Meat and Cancer

A World Health Organization (WHO) group declared on Monday that processed meat, such as hot dogs and bacon, causes cancer and red meat may as well. The determination was made by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which is the arm of the WHO that gives recommendations based on cancer risk. The group, […]

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