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What You Should Know About Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Health
(BPT) - When you’re living with type 2 diabetes, there is a lot to think about when it comes to your health. Most people know that eating healthy, staying physically active, and following a prescribed treatment plan are important to successfully manage the disease. What many people may not know is ... Read More

Taking Control of Osteoarthritis Knee Pain
(BPT) - For years, Susan struggled to use the stairs in her home, due to her osteoarthritis (OA) knee pain. The discomfort she felt when trying to walk up or down them was so unbearable that Susan and her husband were forced to sell their beloved home in order to find a ranch-style residence that w... Read More

Patient thanks her caregiver after successful transplant
(BPT) - The holiday season presents the opportunity to pause and express gratitude to those that have touched our lives. For former dialysis patient and recent kidney transplant recipient Ingrid Codrington, her biggest “thank you” is to a woman who changed her life when she needed it the most.The b... Read More

5 health evaluations you shouldn't put off
(BPT) - In the new year, lots of people will make resolutions to get healthier. When it comes down to it, no one is in charge of your health but you. Sure, you can use technology to track some health issues, but that will only get you so far. At the end of the day, it’s up to you to ensure you get ... Read More

Protein-Packed Breakfast Foods to Energize Your Busy Family During the Holiday Season
(BPT) - Families trying to navigate through a busy holiday season — whether it’s running to planned activities or hosting out-of-town guests — often engage in unhealthy breakfast habits or skip breakfast altogether. Studies show on-the-go families that eat a healthy, protein-packed breakfast can en... Read More

Living with Knee Pain - Regaining a Positive Outlook
(BPT) - Living with knee pain can become part of a daily routine for many, and some resign themselves to thinking it’s just part of the aging process. Often, people live with the pain for years and delay having important conversations with their doctors.According to a recent survey of more than 500... Read More

Go from red to red carpet ready in 30 minutes
(BPT) - Ruddy, red complexions or blotchy skin can mar your red carpet look, and there was little that could diminish this redness and erase broken blood vessels in time for your big event — until now. Beauty A-listers know that the secret to a flawless complexion is not just about camouflage makeu... Read More

Understanding the Risks and Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer
(BPT) - In 2018, an estimated 55,440 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Diagnoses during early stages of the disease have been shown to improve survival. Take a minute to learn about the risk factors and symptoms that may help lead to an earlier diagnosis. ... Read More

Celebrating Survivorship: Heart Attack Survivors are Not Alone
(BPT) - You’ll never forget that moment. Whether it impacted you or a loved one. It stopped you in your tracks and changed everything.Life after a heart attack can feel overwhelming. Survivors can feel vulnerable, afraid, or sometimes weak. And while every survivor’s journey is unique, the initial ... Read More

Revealed: The secret to ageless skin
(BPT) - Psst: Want in on a secret that can put the brakes on wrinkles and other signs of aging skin? Who doesn’t? More than 70 percent of us are bothered by fine lines and wrinkles, not to mention the skin texture and discoloration that come with advancing age, according to data from the American S... Read More

ASMR: The Incredible Impact of Sound and How It Affects Human Emotion
(BPT) - Maybe it is the rustle of canvas unfurling, or the sharp snipping of the stylist’s shears as they tidy up your bangs. Whatever it is, it resonates down your scalp and spine like a tuning fork. Certain noises can trigger the senses and make us feel a variety of ways. In fact, researchers are... Read More

Treatment with Novel Stroke Device Has 39-Year-Old Stroke Survivor Returning to Marathon Form
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What to Know When You Can't Go, So You Can Get Moving Again
(BPT) - No one likes to feel held back, and in today’s busy world, it’s hard to miss a beat. So imagine if you had a chronic condition that made you feel like you had to put your life on pause – yet, nobody understood the negative impact it had on your daily life. That’s what it can be like to live... Read More

Act now and learn about recommended cancer screenings
(BPT) - Cancer Screen Week is a public health initiative launched in 2017 by Genentech, the American Cancer Society, Stand Up To Cancer and Rally Health to elevate public awareness and foster understanding of the potentially lifesaving benefits of cancer screening. This year’s nationwide initiative... Read More

Look better in the buff: Get your sexy back without giving up everything you love
(BPT) - Looking sexy, svelte or built in your clothing is one thing. Looking better in the buff is a whole other ballgame. Clothing — even low-cut necklines, short-shorts or tight-fitting tees — can hide your flaws and accentuate your assets, but when you are nude, there’s nowhere — or way — to hid... Read More

Putting your best face forward: 5 holiday beauty tips
(BPT) - Now that the holiday season is here, you’ll likely be attending more parties, gatherings and social events than normal. After all, this is the season for celebrating with friends and family, while also meeting fun new people.As you relax and socialize, you’ll also want the confidence that c... Read More

Beat the Bah Humbug: 6 Tips to Relieving Holiday Season Stress
(BPT) - 'Tis the season! While the holidays are synonymous with peace, love and joy for many who celebrate, the holiday season can be filled with discomfort. According to the national “Beating the Holiday Burn” survey of 2,000 Americans 18 and older, from long to-do lists to disagreements with love... Read More

How You Can Take Control This Flu Season
(BPT) - The 2017-2018 flu season will unfortunately be remembered for years to come. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)[i], the 2017-2018 flu season was the only season to be classified as “high severity” across all age groups. In addition, there were an estimated nea... Read More

Empowerment through Positivity: The Journey of Two People with Brain Cancer
(BPT) - Pat Ponticelli is a 61-year-old retired registered dietitian living in Massachusetts and George “GJ” Gerner is a 30-year-old man living in New York and working in accounting. While their circumstances are very different, they both are facing glioblastoma (GBM), a rare and aggressive type of... Read More

Tips for Those Caring for a Loved One with Cancer
(BPT) - We are now well into November and entering the holiday season. The holidays are a time of year to cherish time with family and friends. It’s also a great time to recognize and give thanks to those who tirelessly provide care for those living with an illness, such as stomach cancer — the fif... Read More

Persistent respiratory symptoms could mean more than COPD
(BPT) - Patients experiencing the symptoms of a chronic condition often feel a sense of relief when their doctor provides a diagnosis. They are no longer left to wonder what’s wrong — there’s a name for what they’re feeling and a path forward to address it.But not everyone gets this lucky. For pati... Read More

Bullying prevention: 5 tips to encourage parent-child conversation
(BPT) - If you're a parent, you bring your kids to their annual checkups, get their teeth cleaned twice a year and help them eat well and get enough sleep. You do this to keep them physically healthy, but what about their mental health?  For parents, it can sometimes seem difficult to monitor and g... Read More

4 easy health hacks to stay tough this winter season
(BPT) - With never-ending holiday gatherings, travel, Sunday football tailgates and early morning snow-shoveling, everyone’s looking to stay strong and healthy this winter season. Along with colder temperatures, winter also brings a host of preventable sicknesses. In fact, the CDC estimates that th... Read More

Eating healthy, eating safe
(BPT) - You try to eat healthy, but the one thing you can’t control is who has been handling your food and whether they are practicing adequate food safety. Each year, foodborne illnesses sicken close to 50 million Americans and lead to more than 130,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. A lot of ... Read More

Laughing or crying uncontrollably? 6 signs you or your loved one may need to see a doctor
(BPT) - Laughing and crying are normal human responses to emotion, but when it becomes sudden, frequent, uncontrollable and doesn’t match how you feel, it might be a sign of a medical condition called PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA).1What is PBA?PBA causes uncontrollable laughing and/or crying that occur... Read More

Is Everything You Know About Lung Cancer Wrong?
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Woman with Life-Threatening Condition Thankful for New Treatment
(BPT) - Before her diagnosis with hereditary ATTR (hATTR) amyloidosis, Gail had a healthy, active social life. She was a professional concert pianist and university professor of piano. She founded an international piano festival in Paris, France to promote the authentic interpretation of French pia... Read More

Woman with Life-Threatening Condition is Thankful for New Treatment
(BPT) - Before her diagnosis with hereditary ATTR (hATTR) amyloidosis, Gail had a healthy, active social life. She was a professional concert pianist and university professor of piano. She founded an international piano festival in Paris, France to promote the authentic interpretation of French pia... Read More

Holiday shopping tips to save money and reduce stress
(BPT) - Lines, crowds and stress — if that describes your holiday shopping experience, you’re doing it all wrong. The cost of gifts and decorations can add up quickly, but there are plenty of ways to reduce the dent in your wallet.Here are six money- and time-saving tips from The Home Depot to mini... Read More

Winter allergies: The allergies you didn't know you could have
(BPT) - When temperatures get below freezing, people with seasonal allergies to grass, tree and weed pollens get well-deserved relief from their symptoms. But if you're still sneezing and blowing your nose when winter descends, you might have indoor allergies.The problem for many allergy sufferers ... Read More

For a no-worries Noel, follow these 12 holiday safety tips
(BPT) - The fun, festive activities during the holiday season make it a favorite time of year for many people. At the risk of sounding like a Grinch, though, all that festivity can lead to unintentional safety hazards. For example, some 30 percent of all home fires and 38 percent of home fire death... Read More

What New Parents Should Know About Infant's Developing Microbiome
(BPT) - In infant health, moms act early to ensure healthy microbiomeThe results of a new survey commissioned by Culturelle® show that 70 percent of moms view proactive health measures as more important than reactive health measures. Moms who responded to the survey had wide-ranging ideas of what c... Read More

Understanding the connection between frequent heartburn and cancer
(BPT) - If you are one of the millions of Americans with chronic heartburn, the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) wants you to think differently about your condition. It may indicate something far more serious — changes in the cells lining your esophagus that could lead to a co... Read More

4 unexpected bed bug hotspots
(BPT) - The term “bed bugs” might make you shudder and picture a mattress teeming with the bloodsucking insects, but don’t be fooled; the name is a bit of a misnomer. While almost 70 percent of bed bug infestations are associated with beds or items found near beds, the insects don’t limit themselve... Read More

At-home hacks: When cough or cold strikes, strike back
(BPT) - If you’re hearing the people around you start to sniffle and hack, you may feel a sense of impending doom about your chances of avoiding a cough or cold.Unfortunately, since the average American contracts two to three colds every year, according to the CDC, you may be right. But if you do c... Read More

Flu season is coming. Are you prepared to stop its spread?
(BPT) - Every year, fall heralds the arrival of the dreaded flu season: a long, six-month stretch of coughs, aches, fevers and stuffy noses. But make no mistake — it is far more than a case of the sniffles. It can be very serious business. The flu can be deadly for even healthy individuals, and the... Read More

Play Through the Pain: 5 Tips to Minimize Sports-Related Pain
(BPT) - Pain is a part of everyday life for active Americans — whether as a result of their athletic pursuits or due to silly mishaps. Though pain can occur in the blink of an eye, it can linger for years and prevent sufferers from fully enjoying the sports and exercises they so love.When participa... Read More

Slippery season: Mayo Clinic offers 10 tips for avoiding falls
(BPT) - With the winter season approaching, you may need to pay closer attention to watching your step. Even if you’re active, healthy and full of life, statistics show that you have a greater chance of taking a debilitating fall as you age. Mayo Clinic notes that some 400,000 “fragility fractures”... Read More

The dangers of ticks and how to remove one from your body safely
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4 tips to keep pantry pests off your holiday invite list this year
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Deck the halls with cherry preserves! Give your holidays a healthy twist
(BPT) - Bring the gift of nutrition to holiday gatherings by incorporating sweet cherries into your favorite menu. It may not seem the season for cherries, but this is the time to raid the summer stash that has been frozen, dried or canned. Adding a bright, festive touch, sweet cherries will provid... Read More

RB and Walmart Collaborate with Doctor On Demand, Provide No Cost Consultations To Shoppers
(BPT) - This fall, a first-of-its kind partnership aims to put the power of healthcare back into people’s hands by providing an alternative to long wait times and high costs associated with seeing a doctor. RB (the makers of Mucinex™, Delsym™, Airborne™, among other health and wellness brands), Wal... Read More

Tips to protect your 'tail'gate
(BPT) - Ready … set … hike! Football season is one of the most exciting times of the year — from tailgates in the parking lot to cheering on your team in the stands to watching at home with friends and family, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the game.However, a great game day experience can easil... Read More

Volunteer Firefighter Returns to Duty with New Knee
(BPT) - Eric Jones, of southern New Jersey, is not your typical volunteer firefighter. Jones, who works as a communications technician by day and a firefighter by night, has worked and fought fires with a prosthetic leg since the mid-1990s. Eric was diagnosed with cancer when he was 11 years old an... Read More

Family farmers from across the country talk turkeys
(BPT) - It’s 6 a.m. in Bell County, Texas. The sun is yet to peek over the horizon on what will become a steamy summer day, but Darrell Glaser is already strolling through his turkey houses to ensure the birds on his family farm are comfortable. The farm has been in Glaser’s family for nearly 100 y... Read More

Where does your turkey come from? It does matter
(BPT) - It’s 6 a.m. in Bell County, Texas. The sun is yet to peek over the horizon on what will become a steamy summer day, but Darrell Glaser is already strolling through his turkey houses to ensure the birds on his family farm are comfortable. The farm has been in Glaser’s family for nearly 100 y... Read More

Back to School With a Bleeding Disorder
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Time-saving tips and healthy tricks for holiday baking
(BPT) - 'Tis the season for cookies, cakes, candies and more! Those delectable treats are an iconic part of celebrations big and small. Whether you want to cozy up by the fire with your favorite confection or bring a few batches to the school bake sale, you're bound to be baking like crazy this tim... Read More

Can too much potassium be harmful? What you need to know if you have a chronic condition
(BPT) - For people with chronic illnesses, nutrition is important — but some nutrients present risks for certain patients. Potassium, for example, has many benefits, but can be fatal for people with kidney disease if the level of potassium in their blood spikes. In the United States, there are more... Read More

I care for my 100-year-old mom, and here's how I've learned to take care of myself too
(BPT) - According to AARP, more than 40 million people in the United States are providing care for an older or aging loved one — and 7 million of us are Latinos. That doesn't come as any surprise to members of our community. It's simply what we do for family. For many, caregiving starts with simple... Read More

How parents can encourage and support imaginative play
(BPT) - Play is a child’s work, and it comes naturally to kids. While we often focus on how a child’s intellectual abilities are coming along, the role of imaginative play in childhood development is often overlooked.Imaginative play comes in many forms, whether playing house during a play date or ... Read More

Rushing to the restroom or taking frequent bathroom breaks? A common bladder health issue explained
(BPT) - If you’ve ever found yourself mapping out the nearest restrooms, going out of your way for a “pee detour,” or even packing a “just in case” set of clothes for a long road trip, you understand that the call of nature can impact your daily routine and cause you to worry when you may be far fr... Read More

5 tips for navigating Medicare Open Enrollment
(BPT) - Medicare Open Enrollment is in full swing. For most people enrolled in Medicare, the annual Open Enrollment period (Oct. 15 through Dec. 7) is the only opportunity to make changes to your existing Medicare coverage.Even if you are happy with your Medicare coverage, you should take the time ... Read More

5 Medicare mistakes that could cost you
(BPT) - You have a lot of choices when it comes to Medicare. And the most important might be choosing to take charge of your Medicare decisions in the first place. Medicare Annual Enrollment, which runs from Oct. 15 to Dec. 7, is your chance to take charge. Here are five common mistakes that you do... Read More

Alzheimer's and dementia caregivers: What you need to know
(BPT) - Peggy Lavender, 63, of Brookhaven, Georgia, knew her life would change when her husband, Jim, 66, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s five years ago, but she never expected it to be this challenging.Following Jim’s diagnosis in 2014, Lavender managed to balance her career as a fifth-grade teache... Read More

How to save on your healthcare costs in 2019
(BPT) - Your cable bill, entertainment expenses and travel extras — these often top the list when families sit down to discuss where they can save money.One expense you should add to your list this year is healthcare costs. Because autumn marks the beginning of the annual open enrollment period for... Read More

Observing World Stroke Day: Understanding and Preventing Stroke
(BPT) - The experiences of stroke survivors are threaded with distressing themes, such as slurred speech, sudden weakness or numbness on one side of the body, and fear at the rapid onset of symptoms. For many, the journey toward recovery involves overcoming daunting physical and emotional challenge... Read More

Hepatitis C testing important for veterans
(BPT) - When you go to the doctor for a physical, you'll probably have a variety of tests done to check for health concerns like blood pressure and cholesterol. One important test you should consider requesting is for hepatitis C. Why? A simple blood test now could save your life and potentially th... Read More

Long-term HIV survivors reassure others: 'You are never alone'
(BPT) - In 1990, after Michelle Lopez left a domestic violence situation, she and her infant daughter were homeless and were both diagnosed with HIV. “If I had not found community, I truly believe I would have been dead,” remarks Michelle. Today, Michelle, a 51-year-old mother and grandmother, remi... Read More

Treating Mental Illness in the United States: Go Beyond Healthcare
(BPT) - According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), nearly one in five adults in the United States lives with mental illness. That’s over 43 million Americans — more than the populations of New York and Florida combined.While the larger U.S. population is at risk for developing a m... Read More

Metastatic Breast Cancer - Diagnosis and Beyond: Eileen's Journey [Video]
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Know your enemy: Bed bugs
(BPT) - Does the thought of a bed bug infestation send a shiver down your spine? Do you immediately think of insects hiding in beds? Did you know that bed bugs aren’t just found in those places? The experts at Terminix are here to clear up some common misconceptions and provide information so that ... Read More

How home dialysis impacted one woman's quality of life
(BPT) - A skeptic at first, 71-year-old Clara Tanner began her journey on dialysis treating in a center even though her son, who is her care partner and an experienced dialysis technician, continually tried to convince her to make the switch to home dialysis. After a year of going into a center for... Read More

Taking World Psoriasis Day Personally
(BPT) - An estimated 125 million people across the world live with psoriasis, a disease that affects not only the skin, but can also shape daily life.1,2 For Evelyn Weisz, plaque psoriasis impacted both the health of her skin as well as her law career and social life.Psoriasis is a chronic skin con... Read More

Couple Faces Unpredictability of MS Together
(BPT) - Author and cook Ronda Giangreco woke up one morning with numbness on the left side of her body. When the sensation didn’t go away, she and her husband, Michael, went to the emergency room. A few weeks and multiple doctor visits later, Ronda learned she had multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is a c... Read More

Understanding Eczema in Skin of Color
(BPT) - Atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema, is a skin condition that may affect people of all races and ethnicities, but may occur more frequently in African-American children.[1] According to US research, 19.3 percent of African-American children have eczema compared to 16.1 percent of Europe... Read More

About 27 Million People in the US Have Difficulty Breathing: But Many Don't Breathe A Word To Their Doctors
(BPT) - Candyce Norris clearly remembers her wakeup call. In 1996 she was diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, a common respiratory disease that makes breathing difficult.Yet despite her diagnosis, she downplayed her symptoms and how COPD was affecting her everyday life to... Read More

The power of play
(BPT) - Play is fun for children, but it's serious business when it comes to their health and development. From peek-a-boo as a toddler to jigsaw puzzles, dolls and toy trains as an older child, play enriches not only their lives at the moment, but their brain development and a whole host of other ... Read More

Bullying prevention: Let's get real about lice
(BPT) - When your kids contract head lice, the issue can extend beyond just the time and patience you need to get rid of them.Though head lice have nothing to do with lack of cleanliness, kids can be subject to misconceptions from their peers about the pesky but otherwise harmless condition — and c... Read More

Three workouts everyone over 60 needs
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5 tips to keep your tires ready for holiday driving
(BPT) - Holiday season is upon us again, meaning an extra-large helping of food, family, friends and fun are in store. Unfortunately, so is the seasonal nasty weather. Be prepared for chilling temps, rain and snow that could easily put a damper on driving to holiday celebrations and shopping sprees... Read More

Navigate4Me: Offering a Trusted Guide Along Your Health Journey
(BPT) - How would your life be different if you had one person to guide and support you when you're at your most vulnerable?That kind of help made a life-changing difference for 72-year-old Melinda Lacy.Three weeks after a total knee replacement surgery, and facing a second, Lacy felt overwhelmed a... Read More

Finding a Zebra in a Crowd of Horses
(BPT) - In medical training, doctors often hear the old adage, 'When you hear hoof beats, think horses not zebras!' This concept applies when evaluating and diagnosing patients with what are considered common conditions.However, sometimes the rare diagnosis is the right one. Dr. Shannon Kasperbauer... Read More

Respite care: What it is and how it can change your life
(BPT) - Caring for an aging loved one, especially a parent, can take more commitment than any full-time job. Being on call 24 hours a day is physically and emotionally draining. In many cases, caregivers soldier on without complaint while their stress grows, their relationships weaken and their own... Read More

5 tips for staying calm, cool and collected when you're always on the go
(BPT) - No matter what you’re chasing or up against — goals, bargains, chores, deadlines, your kids, etc. — life can be crazy. There never seems to be enough time to check everything off your to-do list, especially if you’re always on the go. Here are some tips and tricks for keeping your sanity wh... Read More

Your health care options explained with this handy guide
(BPT) - When you're shopping for something, it's good to have options to help you decide on the best choice for you.This remains true when shopping for health care providers. However, determining which of the numerous health care options is right for you can be difficult. Like what's the difference... Read More

5 clever hacks to simplify any family's morning routine
(BPT) - Getting the family out the door on time every morning is no small feat. Seemingly simple tasks like getting dressed, packing backpacks and making breakfast can quickly turn into chaos. Before you know it, you're running late and the kids haven't even eaten as you dash to the car.Stop dreadi... Read More

Farming program helps neighbors in rural America fight hunger
(BPT) - Although the United States produces much of the world's food, 48 million people in the country are food insecure, lacking access to enough food to sustain a healthy, active lifestyle. What's even more surprising is that many of the counties with the highest rates of food insecurity are loca... Read More


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