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Forgot your wallet? Research Suggests Problems Managing Money an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

Healthy Living

There are many warning signs that indicate early signs of Alzheimer’s, and it’s important that you know what to look for so you can be best equipped to protect yourself and your loved ones from this unforgiving disease. And research is suggesting that at the very early stages, money problems may signal Alzheimer’s, and may […]

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Animals and Health Risks: 20 Diseases You Can Get from Your Pet

Healthy Living

When your beloved pup jumps in your bed and lays a slobbery kiss on you, most likely you’re not thinking about where his mouth or paws have been. But while you probably never gave it much thought, it may surprise you to know that there are diseases you can get from pets, also known as […]

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Diabetes Symptoms: 55 Things You Might Not Know About Early Diagnosis

Healthcare & Insurance

Diabetes is a national epidemic and it hits the Hispanic population especially hard. According to the CDC, “40% of US adults are expected to develop type 2 diabetes. That number is even higher for Hispanic men and women—more than 50%.” With statistics like that, it’s vital to know how to spot the diabetes early symptoms of […]

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Brain Food: What You Eat Can Improve Memory & Combat Alzheimer’s

Healthy Living

Most of us know that what we eat and drink can help our bodies stay fit and healthy, but what may surprise you is that there are also certain foods that are considered brain foods. Foods that can improve memory, and may even prevent certain types of dementia, like Alzheimer’s. What we put on our […]

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Study Shows Dogs Can Tell If You’re Generous or Selfish

Healthy Living

If you’ve ever wondered whether your dog is actually a good judge of a person’s character or whether that’s just the wishful thinking of a doting dog parent, new research suggests that dog intuition about humans is real. However, it doesn’t have anything to do with a canine sixth sense. A study published in the journal PLOS […]

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That sudden urge to poop your pants after eating and what you can do about it

Healthy Living

Have you ever experienced having to go to the bathroom right after eating, had digestion issues midway through a meal, or even gotten a whiff of coffee and had to go? Diarrhea immediately after eating is a symptom of several disorders that could be affecting your bowel movements. You may think experiencing diarrhea immediately after eating […]

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5 Yoga Poses You Can Do Anytime, Anywhere and Why They’re So Good

Healthy Living

When you hear the word yoga, what pops into your head?  If you imagine a freakishly in-shape woman with her legs bent over her shoulders like a pretzel, you are not alone. People who do yoga regularly have a reputation for being flexible and super chill, but many of them didn’t start out that way. […]

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Spinach: Why You’ll Never Let That Bag Go Bad in The Fridge Again

Healthy Living

Kale is a superfood. The health benefits of kale. Kale: the world’s healthiest food. Kale, kale, kale.  And not only that, we’ve also all been guilty of forgetting that bag of spinach in the back of the fridge. Poor spinach. Well, now it’s time to bring back one your parents’ favorite childhood phrases, “Eat your spinach.” Because […]

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Do you know the warning signs of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Healthy Living

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurological disease that affects over 5.5 million Americans over the age of 65. Alzheimer’s is more than just a tragic disease, however. It is also an international pandemic that is expected to see an increase in cases, from 47 million worldwide to over 135 million, by 2050. The cost of […]

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Amino acid and saline shortage continues months after Hurricane Maria

Healthy Living

It’s been over 100 days since Hurricane Maria made landfall, but Puerto Rican prescription drug manufacturers are still experiencing drug shortages. The saline shortage and amino acid shortage, though improving, is still a great work in progress. The US Food and Drug Administration is working tirelessly to assist in improving the productivity of drug manufacturers in […]

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