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  • Alcohol and Your Heart 12/9/2021

    The holidays can be enjoyed without drinking alcohol. But if you choose to drink, remember that too much alcohol clouds your judgement and can put your health in danger.

  • Santa Hat Brownies 12/8/2021

    Looking for an easy and tasty dessert this holiday season? Try these delicious, low fat Santa Hat Brownies!

  • A Guide to Less Stressful Get-Togethers 12/7/2021

    Keep stress in check whether you're the host or a guest with these effective stress-busting tips.

  • National Safe Toys and Gifts Month 12/2/2021

    This holiday season learn how to find safe, and appropriate gifts using these tips.

  • 7 Common Reasons to Go to Physical Therapy 11/29/2021

    Physical therapy provides many benefits most people might not consider. Here are 7 reasons you may want to try it.

  • Turkey Stuffing 11/24/2021

    Now’s a good time to try some new stuffing recipes. Try this quick, low-calorie, sage and woodsy stuffing you can use for your Turkey or any other poultry dish!

  • What’s the Difference Between Heartburn and GERD? 11/22/2021

    While heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) symptoms may be similar, it is important to know the difference. Here's how to tell the difference.

  • The Health Benefits of Gratitude 11/15/2021

    Talking about what you’re thankful for before Thanksgiving dinner is a heart-warming and time-honored tradition. But what about the other 364 days of the year?

  • 5 Ways Men Can Prioritize Their Health 11/11/2021

    According to a 2021 survey, 84% of men in the US did not go to a doctor for injury, illness or a routine exam in the past 12 months. Here's how you can put your health first.

  • Barley Stuffed Peppers 11/8/2021

    These barley stuffed peppers make a great vegetarian entrée that packs a high-fiber punch. Try the recipe!

The information in Healthy Living Online is for educational purposes only.  It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice.  The reader should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation, or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan.