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6:35 PM / Wednesday November 22, 2017

Health

The health care summit: paradise lost

March 4, 2010

If anything illustrates the degree to which the ideological political divide has paralyzed America, it is the contentious health care debate. But this may be the one issue that finally gets President Obama’s to drop his ‘Cooler Than Cool Daddy’ demeanor for that of a blood and guts warrior king.

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“Know Your Health, Know Yourself”

February 28, 2010

I truly believe that no event in life happens without the direction of the hand of God and over the past few years, it has become more and more apparent to me that the trials I have experienced have been for the purpose of educating others.

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Inexpensive ways to lose weight and stay fit

February 27, 2010

Trying to lose weight could cost you a lot of money – gym memberships, special diet foods, exercise equipment for your home or even hiring a personal trainer. But there are ways you can lose weight without spending a lot of money. 

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Autism risks detailed in children of older mothers

February 19, 2010

A woman’s chance of having a child with autism increase substantially as she ages, but the risk may be less for older dads than previously suggested, a new study analyzing more than 5 million births found. “Although fathers’ age can contribute risk, the risk is…

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Preventing kidney disease

February 6, 2010

Each February, we take time to honor our community’s great leaders, both past and present. Many, like Martin Luther King, Jr., overcame great obstacles and adversity to achieve their dreams. Today, we cannot continue to let our health be one of those obstacles.

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Simple steps to help your heart stay healthy

January 25, 2010

Americans know what they need to do to keep their hearts healthy. But is their heart really in the effort? A new survey seems to indicate many of us aren’t as diligent about making heart healthy choices as we know we should be.

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At last – a livable diet program worth keeping

January 22, 2010

Right about now, the guilt may be setting in. The holidays are one long season of over-indulgence for many of us. More than one holiday binge has led to an extra five or 10 pounds, and a pledge to get healthier in the New Year. Sadly for most Americans, such resolutions are often broken and forgotten by the time Valentine’s Day rolls around.

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Recent News

Go With The-Flo

Tracee Ellis Ross hosted the AMAs while her mother, Diana Ross took the stage for a rare performance

November 22, 2017

ABOVE PHOTO: Tracee Ellis Ross  ( Photo:  Kathy Hutchins / shutterstock.com) By Florence Anthony Congrats to Kevin...

Seniors

Protect your health and your card

November 22, 2017

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Food And Beverage

Helpful Holiday Recipes for the Home Chef

November 22, 2017

ABOVE PHOTO: Milo’s Sweet Tea Turkey Brine (Photo courtesy of Getty Images) Family Features With everything that goes into...

Entertainment

The Philly Cultural Beat

November 22, 2017

By Steve Bryant The Thanksgiving weekend is usually the kickoff to the holiday season in Philadelphia, and...

Health

Control your diabetes while controlling costs

November 22, 2017

BPT Controlling the “ABCs of diabetes,” namely A1C, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, is difficult enough, but...

Oasis

The storm is passing over

November 22, 2017

By Dianna Hobbs A 29-year-old gunman named Travis Green opened fire at a store in a suburb...

The Philadelphia Sunday Sun Staff