• NOVEMBER 30, 2016
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    Target Heart Rates

    Target Heart Rates

    How do you get your heart rate on target? When you work out, are you doing too much or not enough? There’s a simple way to know: Your target heart rate helps you hit the bull’s eye. “We don’t want people to over-exercise, and the other extreme is not getting enough exercise,” says Gerald Fletcher, M.D.,

    • NOVEMBER 8, 2016
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    How Sleep Is Affected by Time Changes

    How Sleep Is Affected by Time Changes

    Moving our clocks in either direction changes the principal time cue — light — for setting and resetting our 24-hour natural cycle, or circadian rhythm. In doing so, our internal clock becomes out of sync or mismatched with our current day-night cycle. How well we adapt to this depends on several things. In general, “losing”

    • NOVEMBER 20, 2016
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    Holiday Survival Guide: 8 Strategies to Avoid Overeating

    Holiday Survival Guide: 8 Strategies to Avoid Overeating

    With the holiday season upon us, food is everywhere. From festive holiday parties to dinners with friends and family, let’s face it, this time of year tends to center around food. And, it is perfectly OK to indulge on  occasion, sans the guilt, without gaining weight. The trick is to enjoy what you are eating,

    • NOVEMBER 23, 2016
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    Heart-Healthy Thanksgiving Tips

    Heart-Healthy Thanksgiving Tips

    Thanksgiving is about enjoying time with our family and celebrating with traditional foods we know and love. However, the holiday can impact the time we usually reserve for our healthy routines and involve meals that are not exactly made to be heart-healthy! To keep your diet and health in check over the Thanksgiving holiday, try