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Trending at Farmers’ Markets

Locally-grown goodies await you at farmers’ markets across the country. While you’re picking up staples like green beans, tomatoes and strawberries, consider trying other nutritious, farm-fresh fare that’s new to you.
“Incorporating a variety of vegetables and fruits in your diet is important because each provides a different array and amounts

Aerobic Exercise Boosts Your Cardiovascular Fitness

Aerobic Exercise Boosts Your Cardiovascular Fitness

Exercise is one of the cornerstones of good health, and the fitness industry provides a constantly increasing number of activities from which you can choose. While you may not hear the term “aerobic exercise” as often as you once did, this type of activity remains the key to a healthy

Coconut Water Disadvantages

Coconut Water Disadvantages

Editor’s note: When used safely, coconut water benefits can include lowering blood pressure and boosting hydration. Learn more about the benefits of drinking coconut water daily in this article.

One of the best-known coconut water benefits, an uncommonly high amount of potassium, is also the main reason that drinking too much

How to Survive and Thrive with Heart Failure

Women comprise about half of the estimated 5.1 million people in the United States living with heart failure. Like their male counterparts, many women are surprised at the diagnosis and worry about their future. Will they become disabled? Will they die?

The fact is, modern medical advances and lifestyle measures enable

Slash Your Stroke Risk by Addressing Crucial Modifiable Risk Factors

Around 750,000 people have a stroke every year, and of these, 5 to 14 percent will have a second stroke within 12 months. Many of the risk factors for stroke can be mitigated with simple lifestyle changes—according to the American Stroke Association, 80 percent of strokes are preventable. However, research

Live Longer: Go Vegetarian

Cutting meat from your diet can help you live longer, suggests research in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (July 2014).

The study followed more than 73,000 adults, most of whom were in their mid to late 50s. They were divided into three groups: vegetarian, semi-vegetarian, and non-vegetarian. Vegetarians comprised about

Positive Socializing Can Lower Your Risk of High Blood Pressure

If you want to keep your heart healthy then be careful how you socialize. New research from Carnegie Mellon University published in the American Psychological Association’s journal, Health Psychology (May 2014), found that unpleasant or demanding personal encounters can increase the risk of hypertension, or high blood pressure, among older

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