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Wellness

  • Some Drug Interactions Could Hurt You

    Posted by Robert Priedt, HealthDay Reporter Dec 1, 2017

    Experts recommend talking to your healthcare provider when taking multiple medications.

  • Pineapple: A Delicious Superfood

    Posted by Christa Knox Dec 1, 2017

    Just one cup of pineapple contains more than 100 percent of your daily vitamin C needs and lowers your stroke risk factor.

  • Social Media Can Help Boost Weight Loss Success

    Posted by Robert Priedt, HealthDay Reporter Nov 30, 2017

    Study finds that successes and setbacks on social media helped people stay committed to setting and achieving their weight-loss goals

  • Virtual Reality: A Helping Hand After Stroke

    Posted by Randy Dotinga, HealthDay Reporter Nov 22, 2017

    Playing virtual reality games shows promise as extra physical therapy to motivate stroke survivors. It works best to treat hand weakness.

  • Enjoy Holiday Parties Minus the Calories

    Posted by Julie Davis, HealthDay Reporter Nov 22, 2017

    The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers tips for eating and drinking through the holidays. Some calorie counts may surprise you.

  • After Just a Month on this Diet, the Results are 'Striking'

    Posted by E.J. Mundell, HealthDay Reporter Nov 14, 2017

    This one change in diet can beat back high blood pressure, a leading risk factor for stroke.

  • Mangos: The King of Fruits

    Posted by Christa Knox Nov 14, 2017

    The potassium in mangos helps control your heart rate and blood pressure. They are anti-diabetic and have a high level of antioxidants.

  • 100-Calorie Snack Suggestions

    Posted by Julie Davis, HealthDay Reporter Oct 27, 2017

    Got a craving for a snack, reach for these nutritious, yet delicious choices.

  • Study: Depression Shortens Lives

    Posted by Amy Norton, HealthDay Reporter Oct 27, 2017

    People with depression have higher risks of heart disease and stroke, studies find.

  • How to Start a Walking Plan

    Posted by Regina Boyle Weaver, HealthDay Reporter Oct 12, 2017

    All you need to get going are supportive athletic shoes, comfortable clothes, a safe place to walk, and the OK from your doctor if you have any chronic conditions.