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13 Tips on How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep! 

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13 Tips on How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep! 

Sleep apnea is a condition characterized by episodes of stopped breathing during sleep. Heavy snoring can be a symptom of sleep apnea. Chronic use of sleeping pills can lead to sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, narcolepsy (falling asleep suddenly during the day), REM sleep (rapid eye movement), phase of dreaming. 

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Osteoporosis and Exercise...The Facts

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Osteoporosis and Exercise...The Facts

Osteoporosis is a disease which affects the density and quality of your bones. Over time, bones become more fragile, making the risk of fracture higher. Often, people with Osteoporosis feel that exercising may not be the right thing to do for fear of fracture to bones. This, however, is not the case. Using your muscles in the correct manner can help to protect your bones. 

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Top Healthy Snack Ideas

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Top Healthy Snack Ideas

Never sure what to have for lunch and snacks throughout your busy day. Get organized – have nutritious foods on hand and if you don’t get time to sit down for a meal – graze on snacks throughout the day.

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H2O is the way to go!

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H2O is the way to go!

Professionals in the nutrition industry have known for a long time that the drinks that the youth of today choose to drink have a huge impact on their quality of diet and overall health. Three recent studies really drive home that the best drink option for our children comes from the trusted kitchen tap! Water!

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How to Help with Mid-Life Menopause Matters

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How to Help with Mid-Life Menopause Matters

Menopause can really change things for a woman when it comes to health and fitness. It is important to understand how this affects women in their mid-life years and how they can look, feel and stay healthy! For some women, menopause severely impacts their quality of life. It really doesn’t matter if you have been healthy and lived an active life for all of your life.

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