How to Prioritize Your Life



There was a point in time (during the lowest point in my life), where I felt as though I had no direction. I didn’t feel as though there was any reason to wake up in the morning. I went to work, came home, ate dinner, went to sleep, and hit the repeat button.

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Asthma Friendly Springtime Exercises



If you’ve ever had an asthma attack, you know just how traumatic and scary it can be. The threat of an asthma attack can deter people (who have asthma) from things like exercise but it shouldn’t. Everyone can and should enjoy the benefits of exercise, including people with asthma.

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7 Things Successful People Never Do



If you have ever read an article or watched a news clip about someone who seems to have it all and wondered how he or she did it, you are not alone. We all want to know what magic ingredient makes someone more successful than another. Is it their personality or education? Could it be their physical location or possibly their parents? The truth is that successful people come from all walks of life.

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The Risk of Sitting Too Long



Get up an MOVE!!! Sitting too much has been linked to an increased risk of heart failure.  A recent study shows a link between what is being referred to as “sitting disease” and heart failure.  The study determined that the risk of heart failure doubled for men who sat for five hours each day exclusive of their working hours.  The Mayo Clinic reports that the adverse effects of sitting too long go far beyond just an increased risk of heart disease.

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Signs Of A Stroke



Did you know that about 795,000 Americans have a stroke each year? Last month, WebMD published the results of a study done by Dr. Heidi Mochari-Greenberger (who works at the cardiology department at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City). In the study, they assessed 1200 women about their understanding of a stroke’s warning signs.Mochari-Greenberger said that the results suggested that “efforts to improve stroke warning sign recognition in women has the potential to reduce treatment delays and improve outcomes in women.”

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