Do You Know Your Numbers For Heart Health?

Am I the only one that has a difficult time remembering all the sign in information and passwords for everything from personal computers to bank accounts? Even my garage door has a code. We are not supposed to use the same numbers for everything, either.  At work, I need to change my password at least…
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5 Tips To Practice Mindful Eating During February, American Heart Month

You probably have heard that your food and fitness choices affect your heart health. You may have made plans to eat more fruits and vegetables, whole grains, leaner cuts of meat and low-fat dairy. Temptations are all around us, though. We might be tempted by the treats available at work, sporting events and near the…
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Create A Soup During January, National Soup Month

“I made the wild rice soup mix, but I added a few things,” my husband commented one day on our way home. “That sounds good,” I responded. “We had carrots, celery and onions in the fridge, so I chopped them and added them to the soup,” he said. I nodded my head. I knew the…
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Try These Tips To Stay Healthy And Save Money In 2018

As we start a new year, many of us set goals. We might want to strengthen our muscles and heart with a healthier diet and more physical activity. We might want to lose some weight. Maybe we want to save more money for the long term. These are some ideas to consider. Plan Your Meals…
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8 Tips To Make Cooking At Home A Breeze

Is saving some money on your New Year’s resolution list? How about having more healthful meals? Cooking meals at home can help you meet both of those goals. The holidays are memories now, but the bills for all the fun may be rolling in. Is saving some money on your New Year’s resolution list? How…
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