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How to reduce holiday stress

How to reduce holiday stress Taking care of yourself during the holidays can lead to a happier, healthier you While the holidays are meant to be a time of joy, they can also be a time of stress for many people due to pressure, conflict, or feeling overwhelmed by expectations. A lack of time,…
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Yo-yo dieting is a no-no for your heart

Yo-yo dieting is a no-no for your heart Weight fluctuations linked to greater heart risks For people with heart disease, constantly losing and gaining weight like a yo-yo is associated with doubling your risks of heart attack, stroke and even death, according to new research. “This study agrees with what we already know about the effects of…
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Cardiac arrest, heart attack and failure: What’s the difference?

Cardiac arrest, heart attack and failure: What’s the difference? Ascension Seton cardiologist explains heart conditions in light of George Michael and Carrie Fisher deaths This week the world lost two pop culture icons, George Michael and Carrie Fisher. In light of recent news about these much-loved celebrities, doctors say it’s important to understand various heart condition signs, symptoms and tips for…
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Beer me: Can booze help heart health?

Beer me: Can booze help heart health? Study shows alcohol may have cholesterol benefits Moderate drinkers could experience some heart health benefits from having a daily brewski. A new American Heart Association study suggests drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may slow the decline of a protector of your heart—good cholesterol, or high-density lipoprotein (HDL).
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New Center Fights No. 1 Women’s Killer

New Center Fights No. 1 Women’s Killer Addressing the need for better care and awareness when it comes to women’s heart health, Ascension Seton is opening the Women’s Heart Center at the Ascension Seton Heart Institute. “Women have unique risk factors that are often overlooked or unknown, such as pregnancy-related or…
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