Prioritizing Your Health Resolutions: What Should You Do First?

We get advice constantly on what to do to improve health. Often, it’s based on a new study making headlines, sometimes it’s from a new book that has come out….

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You Need to Have More Sex!

Now that I have your attention, it has come to my attention that a recent study concluded that married people are actually having less sex than they did 20 years…

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Death By Constipation? Is It True?

It’s the most common GI complaint in America, so it’s possible that you currently are or have been constipated at some point in your life. However, what if your constipation…

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4 Steps to Better Doctor-Patient Communication

The very best medical care happens because of good communication – both for patients and for doctors. Without both sides doing their parts to ensure accurate information reporting and adequate…

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Sharecare Top 5: Small Health Mistakes That Add Up

When it comes to staying healthy, you know the basics: Eat right, exercise, don’t smoke (well, duh) and see your doctor every now and then. But sometimes it’s the small…

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5 Surprising Ways to Feel Better

Feeling good can be a choice. A good place to start is to make a commitment to being proactive in your life when it comes to feeling well, satisfied, relaxed,…

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Win-Win: 4 Tips for Your Health and the Planet

This time of year, it makes sense to tune into greener living. Take the time to appreciate and preserve the beauty of the earth while improving your own health at…

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Say No to the Smartphone Epidemic

The average smartphone user spends 2.5 hours a day surfing or talking on their device – and those numbers are not achieved by just looking for the best organic food…

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How Is Stress Affecting Your RealAge?

Stress is a major factor when it comes to aging people prematurely. But “stress” means different things to different people. Also, people tend to be more productive when they have…

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Finding Your Diet and Exercise Type

I see a particular kind of mindset in many of my patients, one that I suspect may be familiar to you. It’s about that dreaded-but-anticipated duo: Diet and exercise. When…

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