Type D Personality Increases The Risk Of Heart Disease

Could your personality increase your chances of heart disease? As the ability to diagnose symptoms within the body and link them with diseases has improved over the past half-century, certain ...

Knowing How To Read Nutrition Labels Means You Get More From Your Food

When you’re grocery shopping, you might be in a rush and don’t have the time—or even the patience—to read nutrition labels. However, you might make the time if you knew ...

How Obesity Affects Testosterone And Heart Disease Risk

You’ve likely heard the benefits of good cardiovascular fitness: better heart health, less stress, weight loss, and a longer life. But (men, listen up) did you know that your cardiac ...


The “Scariest” Parts of Colonoscopies Explained

The word “colonoscopy” can, understandably, make people cringe (and sit a little ...

Staying Smart about Prostate Cancer

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and our team at Timpanogos Regional ...

Finding a New Doctor: Must-Ask Questions for Your New Physician

These days, it’s not uncommon for people to switch doctors. Whether you’ve ...

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6 Tips To Ramp Up Your Fitness And Nutrition

Despite (or maybe because of) being one of the 10 fattest countries in the world, the United States has an obsession with fitness and nutrition. Americans are often on a quest to slim down, shape up, and eat right. Success requires putting the proper plan in place. Here are 6 tips to to help you [...]

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How to Lose Weight At Work (Part 2): 5 Ways to Gain Motivation to Lose Weight

On TV. In magazines, websites, and billboards. At the water cooler at work. At family get togethers. Conversations about weight loss are everywhere. But yet, Americans are still overweight. Americans clearly want to lose weight. But most are losing that battle. And the unhealthy habits we develop on the job are partly to blame   [...]

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How To Lose Weight At Work (Part 1): 5 Changes On Your Approach to Foods To Lose Weight

The New Year has arrived. At the top of many people’s resolutions list is losing weight—no surprise there. But did you ever think your job may be keeping you from meeting that goal? Think about how much time you spend at work. Then think about all the calories you consume in the office. And you [...]

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Surprising Heart Disease Statistics About Women

As a woman, you probably spend a lot of time worrying about others. You stress about your husband’s high cholesterol or how he hasn’t been to the doctor in years. You shuttle aging parents to doctor appointments and make sure your kids are getting their shots. But with heart disease as the number one killer [...]

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5 Ways To Support Your Star Athlete After A Sports Injury

The Super Bowl is coming up February 1—an exciting time of year for the more than 100 million people who tune in. But the game may be less exciting for former athletes who have been sidelined because of an injury. Maybe your son, husband, brother, or friend played football in high school, college, or with [...]

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