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Health and Wellness

The Latest Articles About Health and Wellness

About 20% of individuals in the United States have GERD, and it’s important to take the condition seriously. Learn which foods to avoid flare-ups, and which foods are considered GERD-friendly.

GERD Friendly Foods and Foods to Avoid

You’re probably familiar with heartburn – that burning sensation in your chest that sometimes moves up into your throat. It happens when your lower esophageal sphincter (LES) allows stomach acid to back up into your esophagus, also known as acid …

Maintaining your regular health habits can help you stay healthy throughout the holiday season, especially for women with PCOS.

How To Manage Your PCOS During The Holidays

The holidays are a time that many people look forward to all year, but they can also be stressful. It is easy to overextend yourself with parties, travel, and shopping. But overscheduling during the holidays can put a damper on …

It’s time to take control of your bladder health. Take a moment to sort bladder health myth from fact

Bladder Health: Myths & Facts

Bladder health is something often taken for granted – until you encounter a problem. The National Association for Continence (NAFC) reports that over 25 million Americans experience urinary incontinence.

If this is you, it’s time to take control of your …

Which is better to help promote urinary tract health – cranberry juice or a cranberry supplement?

Cranberry and Urinary Tract Health: The Truth About Juice

Rich in fiber, vitamin C, and plenty of powerful plant nutrients, cranberries are an impressive fruit. But they have one specific nutrient that makes them especially unique – they’re the only fruit known to contain soluble A-type proanthocyanidins (PACs). This particular type …

Learn more about why food safety is important, and how you can arm yourself with food safety tips to keep yourself and your family happy and healthy.

Food Safety and Immune Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 6 Americans become ill, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 people die from eating contaminated food each year.

That’s a lot of people for a preventable illness. To make …

A healthy diet and lifestyle can help prevent traffic and keep blood flowing smoothly throughout your body. Consider these tips your roadmap to healthy cholesterol levels.

Follow Your Heart: Your Roadmap to Healthy Cholesterol Levels

Your arteries are like an extensive highway system, delivering oxygenated blood and nutrients to all your tissues and organs. But when you have too much cholesterol in your blood, these highways can become narrow or blocked with plaque build-up. Your heart has …