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Each year more than a million Americans die from heart disease or heart related problems.  Even if a person survives a serious heart related event, it can severely affect that person’s quality of life afterwards.

 

Here are 7 steps you can take to improve your heart health:

 

Take Charge of your Blood pressure

Control your Cholesterol

Track your Blood Sugar

Eat smart and enjoy regular Exercise

Reduce Stress

Don’t Smoke

Increase Knowledge and access to better Healthcare

Following these 7 steps will surely improve your heart health.  These 7 steps will be explained in more detail in a future article.

 


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ALS is a debilitating disease characterized by progressive weakness and muscle atrophy in limbs and vital organs.  Recent research has linked the possible development of ALS with activities that have increased incidence of head trauma such as full contact athletics.  This post is an attempt to provide an unabridged list of coaches, athletes and former athletes, living or dead, that have suffered the effects of this monstrous disease.  (more…)


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ALS is a debilitating disease characterized by progressive weakness and muscle atrophy in limbs and vital organs.  Recent research has linked the possible development of ALS with activities that have increased incidence of head trauma such as full contact athletics.  This post is an attempt to provide an unabridged list of coaches, athletes and former athletes, living or dead, that have suffered the effects of this monstrous disease.  (more…)


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One of the hottest topics of the next few weeks will undoubtedly be the statements made in the following video:

 

 
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