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Improve Parkinson’s Symptoms with More Physical Activity

Improve Parkinson’s Symptoms with More Physical Activity

A new study from the University of Michigan shows that everyday physical activity is linked with less severe motor symptoms in Parkinson’s patients. The good news is the activity doesn’t have to include vigorous exercise. Taking your dog for a walk, working in the garden, or going grocery shopping are great examples of ways to
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Prevent and Treat Low Blood Sugar

Prevent and Treat Low Blood Sugar

In a previous post, we discussed the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. Here are some great tips for preventing and treating hypoglycemia.   Keep a balance – Try to stay close to your usual schedule of eating, activity, and medicine. If you’re late getting a meal or if you’re more active
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Hypoglycemia – Signs of Low Blood Glucose

Hypoglycemia – Signs of Low Blood Glucose

We often hear and read about diabetes and the symptoms and effects of high blood sugar, known as hyperglycemia. But, diabetics can often struggle with hypoglycemia or low blood glucose counts as well, and it can be just as scary. It is important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia.   In
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New Study Links Anemia to Hearing Loss

New Study Links Anemia to Hearing Loss

A recent study finds a positive association between iron deficiency anemia and hearing loss. In fact, hearing loss is nearly two and a half times as high for those with anemia. Anemia is the most common blood condition in the U.S. and occurs when blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells or hemoglobin. Iron deficiency
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The Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

The Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

Research shows that drinking tea can help protect us from serious diseases and improve our overall health. Of course adding sugar, cream, or milk means adding calories and that can negate the health benefits. So keep it simple.   Here are some ways tea consumption can keep you healthy and happy.   Diabetes – Antioxidants
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