New Year,
New You

It’s the start of a new year and there’s no better time to work on improving your health. This month, get tips to achieve nearly any health goal. You’ll also learn ways to get physically fit as a senior citizen as well as the importance of learning your family’s health history to lower your risk for many health conditions.

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Five Steps to Improve Your Health in 2018

By Kathryn Menard-Rothe

The New Year provides an opportunity for you to take stock of your prior year and decide how you want the upcoming year to shake out.

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Exercise Tips for Senior Citizens

By Katie Chada

Sticking with a fitness routine is a struggle at any age. Here are some tips to help you stay motivated to continue with your workouts.

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Get to Know Your Family’s Health History

By Jeanine Kies

You can’t choose your relatives or the diseases that run in your family, but understanding your family health history can make a difference.

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Overcoming Mental Health Stigmas

By Mary Beth Alvarez, MD

Every year, one in five Americans experiences a mental health issue. Even though many people are affected by these conditions, talking about them remains somewhat taboo.

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Recognizing & Treating Varicose Veins

By Dr. Anthony Nelson

Varicose veins is one of the more common vascular conditions. Fortunately there are ways to successfully treat the condition.

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Tips to Protect Your Skin in the Great Outdoors

By Dr. Tracy Donahue

As you start to get active outside, you should take precautions to prevent outdoor conditions. Here are a few to watch out for.

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Debra’s Story

By Debra Sutton

Debra ended up with some pretty nasty sunburns over the years. Little did she know those sunburns would lead to melanoma later in life.

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