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As the summer months approach, more and more people start to spend time outside. Enjoying all that nature has to offer is good for your health—if you stay safe. Here ...

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It seems every decade sees two or three new diets weave their way into the framework of our eating styles. Established in the early 2000s, the Paleo diet has gained ...

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

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

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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 trends have been discovered. One of those is the link between certain lifestyle factors and heart disease. The American Heart Association (AHA) says people with [...]

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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 important and easy it really is. Once you learn how to read a nutrition label, your eating habits may change for the better—and hopefully [...]

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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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