How to Use a Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Correctly?

A study published in the Hypertension journal has pointed out that many people are misusing wrist blood pressure monitor at home, which leads to them getting inaccurate readings. The inaccurate readings are usually higher than what’s true. To help you get more accurate measurements, here are some guidelines for measuring your blood pressure.  First, here […]

How Multigenerational Homes Help with Senior Loneliness

The United Nations reports that the global population of people aged 60 and older will exceed 2 billion in 2050. Meanwhile, senior loneliness is one of the most difficult social problems to solve, and all of us will face the same problem sooner or later.   According to research from the National Center for Biotechnology Information, […]

The Epidemic of Stress

Stress isn’t avoidable, but it is manageable. Stress has been shown to have serious health consequences ranging from reduced immunity to increased risk of heart disease. There are a variety of factors that can contribute to stress—health issues, relationships, financial difficulties, work, or even just our responses to daily life can all result in increased […]

Love The Summer Heat? Don’t Let It Get To Your Heart

With July slated as Earth’s hottest month ever recorded (yes, in history!), temperatures are showing no signs of slowing down, even as we approach the end of the summer. Running, biking, tennis and hiking are great ways to keep your heart healthy, but it’s important to adjust your approach to physical activity during the hot summer […]

3 Surprising Ways to Win Back Your Heart Health

We’ve heard it all before: eat more fruit, veggies, and whole grains, cut back on stress, get more exercise – health advice like this has become so commonplace, we barely acknowledge it anymore. So if you’re looking for a new twist on some valuable heart health tactics, you may be surprised by what we’ve discovered. […]

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