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Brain Aging—What’s Normal and What’s Not

Mar 11,2019

With age, some amount of memory loss is considered normal. A lost wallet or forgetting where the car is parked isn’t an immediate cause for concern. As people get older, changes occur in the body (including the brain), which can result in occasional forgetfulness. Some people may also notice it…
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Why Is Brain Health So Important to Your Well-being?

Mar 04,2019

The importance of heart health is widely acknowledged and promoted. Everyone knows it’s essential to maintain healthy body weight. So why is it that too few people actively pursue better cognitive health? Brain health is critical to maintaining a healthy and independent life. Throughout your life, your brain changes and…
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Episode 005: Featuring Daniel Gartenberg PHD

Mar 01,2019

Dr. Daniel Gartenberg provides insight on how you can improve your quantity and quality of sleep, as well as why a good night’s sleep so important to your overall well-being. There’s nothing quite like a good night’s sleep. Yet, many of us struggle to sleep well and wake up feeling…
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Why Self-Talk Matters

Mar 01,2019

Sometimes a message is so profound few words are necessary. This March blog post is one of those messages.  I recently came across Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D. and his updated book What to Say When You Talk to Your Self. What a simple but insightful reading with the backing of neuroscience to…
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What Does God Say About You?

Mar 01,2019

In a world of labels, brands, logos, denominations, medical diagnosis with labels such as diabetic, obese, cancer patient, cancer survivor, heart patient, and many other cultural label issues, it is very easy to lose sight or be distracted from the number one question, “who does God say I am? Why…
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Stroke Warning Signs You Can’t Ignore

Feb 18,2019

Recognizing the signs of stroke and promptly receiving treatment will significantly reduce the damage caused and improve chances of survival. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Health Link BC, stroke is the leading cause of severe long-term disability in the United States and Canada. More…
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Episode 004: Featuring Dr. Michael Arloski

Feb 15,2019

Dr. Michael Arloski shares his experience as one of the key developers of the wellness coaching field and sheds light on what’s possible with coaching. Have you ever tried wellness coaching or considered becoming a wellness coach? Dr. Michael Arloski wants you to know lasting change is possible! In this…
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Six Ways to Love Your Heart

Feb 11,2019

The health of your heart is something everyone should be concerned with. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women in the United States. Fortunately, you have the power to control many of the top risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease. Here are six simple ways…
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Cholesterol Basics + Five Foods to Improve Your Numbers

Feb 04,2019

Cholesterol can be confusing. What’s good? What’s bad? How can I improve my numbers? These might be questions you’ve asked yourself. Caring about your cholesterol and the general health of your heart is an important first step. Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance that is found within every cell of…
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The Heart of the Matter

Feb 01,2019

Some interesting facts about our Circulatory System The human body’s circulatory system consists of three independent systems that work together—these include the heart (cardiovascular), arteries, veins, coronary and portal vessels (systemic) and lungs (pulmonary). The circulatory system uses its massive network of veins and arteries to transport blood, oxygen and…
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