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Tips to get your kids to sleep—so you can too!

It’s normal for kids to have a hard time falling or staying asleep sometimes. But it can be very frustrating for your child and you—especially if it happens often. There isn’t a cure-all or magic fix but there are things you can do to help you and your children have a bette...

posted: February 2, 2019

Can you walk your way to a healthier heart?

First, get the go-ahead from your doctor, and then lace up your sneakers and start walking. It’s one of the easiest ways to improve your health. Regular brisk walking can help strengthen your heart, lower your blood pressure, and improve your blood sugar and cholesterol levels....

posted: January 1, 2019

What to Do to Fight the Flu

It’s that time of year again. Your body aches, your throat hurts, the thermometer says you have a fever, and you can’t stop coughing. That’s right, it’s flu season. Influenza is an infection caused by a virus, and while everyone knows it’s no fun being sick, the flu doe...

posted: November 11, 2017

Keep Your Heart Healthy and Happy

Heart disease is the leading killer of men and women in the United States. Practicing proper heart health care can seem scary and challenging, but it doesn’t have to be.  World Heart Day is September 29th, and it’s just as good a time as any to take action and make ...

posted: October 10, 2017

Join the League of Extraordinarily Healthy Gentlemen

The average life expectancy of a man born in the U.S. in 2007 is 75 years and five months. The ability to enjoy life to its fullest requires investing time and effort but pays dividends almost immediately, and it’s never too late to begin. Our bodies are incredibly complex...

posted: August 8, 2017

Staying Healthy in the Heat

With the hot summer sun beating down, it’s tempting to stay indoors and out of the heat. But don’t let your health suffer because of the temperature. Rather than lounging around on the couch all summer wishing you could be at the beach, become a great indoors enthusiast with ...

posted: August 8, 2017