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Signs of Low Testosterone You May Not Be Aware Of

Low libido and erectile dysfunction are classic signs of low testosterone, the male hormone. But sexual function isn’t the only thing impacted by low testosterone. From hair loss to weight gain, learn more about the other signs of low testosterone.

Jun 16th, 2020
5 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally

About half of adults in the United States have high blood pressure. Taking blood pressure medicine can help, but these medications often cause some unpleasant side effects. These five tips can help you lower your blood pressure naturally.

May 12th, 2020
Spring Sports Physicals: Why Your Child Needs One

Sports physicals help ensure your child is safe and healthy as they participate in the activities they love. Find out why spring is the best time for a sports physical, and what you can expect from the exam.

Apr 27th, 2020
Struggling With ED? We Can Help

A lot of men over the age of 40 struggle with ED — roughly 50% to be exact. Thankfully, treating ED isn’t difficult once you find out what’s causing it.

Mar 23rd, 2020
Understanding the Difference Between Bad and Good Cholesterol

You’ve no doubt heard having high cholesterol increases the risk of heart disease. But that doesn't mean all cholesterol is unhealthy. Read on to learn the difference between bad and good cholesterol, and how to ensure you get plenty of the good.

Feb 14th, 2020
Grains Are Not Your Body’s Ally

You might think that eating whole grains is a healthy choice, but in most cases, those grains aren't as “whole” as you think. Grains aren’t your body’s ally. Read on to learn what happens to grains in your body and why you should stop eating them.

Jan 9th, 2020
The Link Between Diabetes and Obesity

When you’re overweight, your body is overtaxed in many ways, which can lead to insulin resistance and a wide range of other health problems. Learn about the link between diabetes and obesity and how you can take steps to protect your health today.

Dec 2nd, 2019
Losing Weight Lowers Your Risk of These Chronic Conditions

It’s no secret that your weight plays a crucial role in your overall health. What’s not always so well known is that you don’t have to be significantly overweight to increase your risks of several chronic conditions. Take a few moments to learn more.

Oct 24th, 2019
Here's How Stress Affects Your Blood Pressure

Stress, caused by a number of life events, including both work and family, may temporarily cause a spike in blood pressure levels. Although stress isn’t known to cause long-term blood pressure problems, how you respond to stress might.

Aug 9th, 2019
How the HCG Diet Works for Weight Loss

The HCG diet uses hormones to help ramp up your metabolism and prevent hunger pangs so you can lose more weight. Here's how HCG works and how to decide if the HCG diet might be a good option for you.

Jun 3rd, 2019
The Benefits of Trigger Point Injections for Arthritis

Arthritis can cause a lot more than joint pain and stiffness. Problems with mobility can result in tiny muscle knots called trigger points, which are bundles of sore, inflamed muscle tissue that can restrict your range of motion. Here's how injections can

May 10th, 2019
Everything You Need to Know About DOT Physical Exams

If your job involves driving a commercial motor vehicle, you'll be required to have a DOT physical exam to continue your line of work. Click here to learn what's involved with a DOT exam, why it's important, and how to get one.

Apr 15th, 2019
How a Medical Weight Loss Program Can Benefit You

More than half of Americans are overweight or obese. Losing weight isn’t easy, but it can significantly improve your health and quality of life. Medical weight loss programs are more than just diets; they give you extra support when you need it.

Feb 1st, 2019
Tips to Slim Down Problem Areas

From diet and exercise to noninvasive slimming procedures, you can target your problem areas, blasting fat and creating a toned physique.

Sep 27th, 2018
4 Things You Can Do To Manage Your Blood Pressure

Learning that you have high blood pressure can be scary, but there are some simple changes you can make that may help you bring your blood pressure down. Knowing you need to change is the first step!

Aug 13th, 2018