Examples of Habit Anatomy

Hi, it’s Sharon Lipinski, the Habit SuperHero and welcome to the Habit Huddle where I share a quick tip, an insight, or a strategy that you can use to master your habit. Because the only thing that is standing between you and the life you want are the good habits you wish you had and […]

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Heart Attacks ~ Ask An Expert Q&A

Heart Attacks ~ Ask An Expert Q&A

– Hi, my name is April Slone and I’m one of the cardiac education nurses here at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. (gentle music) A lot of times you’ll have a sudden acute onset of chest pain that can go into your jaw, your left arm. You may also feel discomfort or like someone is sitting or […]

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Controlling and Preventing Heart Disease Risk Factors

Controlling and Preventing Heart Disease Risk Factors

We know that if women take care of their hearts and are aware of their risk, they can reduce their chances of developing coronary artery disease. Some of the risk factors that you can control are smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high triglyceride levels, diabetes and pre-diabetes, being overweight or obese, being physically […]

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Eat Walnuts Every Day And This Will Happen To Your Body

Eat Walnuts Every Day And This Will Happen To Your Body

They are crunchy and can turn everything, from salads to desserts, into something truly delicious. While they might be tiny, Walnuts are quite the superfood. If you have noticed the kernel of a walnut, it looks quite similar to the human brain. In fact, it is this resemblance that gave it a reputation as brain […]

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당뇨병에 좋은 기공체조

당뇨병에 좋은 기공체조

Diabetes for today! After eating, the remaining calories left in the body form visceral fat, which causes high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes. It is the muscle that plays a very important role in alleviating the symptoms of diabetes. You’ve got around 650 muscles in your body, and 70 percent of which are in the […]

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How to Survive Student Life with a Chronic Illness (Pt. 2)

How to Survive Student Life with a Chronic Illness (Pt. 2)

Hello and welcome to today’s video. Today we’re be continuing the conversation about chronic illnesses and surviving college. if you missed last week’s video I will link that in the description below and definitely check that out for more tips and tricks about surviving college with a chronic illness. For today’s video we’re going to […]

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