Archive for February, 2012

Breast Cancer Risk Factors: Most Aren't Actually Genetic

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A risk factor is anything that increases the possibility that you will develop breast cancer.  Risk factors are attributes that you cannot control, such as…

Nutrition Q&A: Late-Night Eating and Weight Gain

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Q: How late is too late to eat? I get home from school at 8:30 p.m. three nights a week and don’t usually have dinner…

Red Hot Workout Gear for American Heart Month

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For American Hearth Month, I thought it was only fitting to get knee deep in Google to find you the hottest red workout gear on…

Incredible Athlete Series: Mary Baum

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Mary is a running-loving Floridian. She loves living in a place that is so conducive to exercise and over all wellbeing. After running her first…

New to Type 2 Diabetes? Here’s What You Need to Know 

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For most people, finding out they have type 2 diabetes is a moment of crisis.  “I was scared to death,” says Kimberly K. of Laurel, MD.  Kimberly…

Fitness Date Ideas for Valentine's Day

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Couples that work out together not only have stronger bonds, but also stronger bodies. Instead of eating a whole box of chocolates or splurging on…

Challenge: Eat more of these 5 heart healthy foods

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February is the month of love -- and that love extends to a love and respect for your health and body.  In honor of Heart…

Incredible Athlete Series: Kathleen Uhran

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Kathleen is the owner of She Rocks Fitness. She is a runner, yogi, cyclist, strength trainer, and healthy chef who works hard, plays hard, and…

A Woman's Heart

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women, killing more women than all cancers combined. A woman dies every minute in our country…

7 Heart Smart Superbowl Swaps

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Watching the Superbowl doesn’t have to come with a side of calorie overload and artery clogging saturated fat. Even if you watch your portion size,…

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