Looking for a Medicare Part D plan? Consider these 3 things

(BPT) – Many people are surprised to find out that Original Medicare doesn’t cover prescription drugs. For help with the cost of your medications, you can choose a standalone Part D plan or a Medicare Advantage plan with prescription coverage, but navigating your options can be complicated. With Medicare Open Enrollment running from Oct. 15 […]

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Turning 65? Choosing the right Medicare Part D plan starts with 4 simple rules

Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. (BPT) – If you’re turning 65 in 2017 or 2018, you’re one of 10,000 people who become Medicare-eligible each day. Choosing Medicare prescription drug coverage can be confusing, especially for the first time. You may have questions about which plan fits your healthcare needs and […]

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Congenial Conditions To The Healthy Growth Of Plants Part I

It certainly is true that many modern houses of the better sort do not offer very congenial conditions to the healthy growth of plants. It is equally certain that in many cases these conditions may be changed by different management in such way that they would be not only more healthy for plants to live […]

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Blood Pressure Research Report – Natural Therapy For Maintaining Healthy Blood Pressure Part 2

One of the more common treatments for high blood pressure are ACE inhibitors. When your kidneys detect low blood pressure, they release an enzyme called renin, which stimulates the formation of a protein called angiotensin I. Angiotensin I is then converted by the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) in the lungs to a very potent chemical called […]

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Indian Food As Part Of A Weight Loss Regime

Most people think that you can’t possibly eat Indian food, if you’re on a slimming diet. That’s a fair statement if you always eat Indian food in restaurants, because many traditional Indian recipes involve either deep frying or the use of ghee (clarified butter). However, if you cook Indian food at home, it can easily […]

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4 Yoga Poses That Should Be Part of Your Cool-Down

May 14, 2014, 12:00AM PT in Fitnovatives Blog | Do you have clients that cringe at the thought of stretching at the end of a session or students that constantly cut out of class before the cool-down? For some, it’s a question of perceived lack of time. For others, the thought of spending time […]

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Recipe For A Slimmer Waistline: One Part Balanced Diet, One Part Exercise

The key to leading a healthy lifestyle is simple: eat a balanced diet and exercise. But as a registered dietitian, I understand that marrying these two things is more of an aspiration than a reality. Unfortunately, of the two, exercise is often found at the bottom of our list of priorities. And it is this […]

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Tackling Fat And Taking Back Summer: Part 2

In the last issue we tackled fat and explored a couple of tips to decrease the intake, therefore burning what the body has to help promote weight loss. Again, you only have to try to stick to even just one or two of these options consistently, for about a month, to see results. Remember to […]

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Muscle-shaping 101: 5 Tips (Part 1)

[ I love reading cutting-edge fitness articles… and this one by Jon Benson fits the bill. You really need to check this out… enjoy! } Ever heard of Rowdy Gains? Rowdy was swimmer and Olympic gold-medalist in the 1984 Olympics. But that’s not what made Rowdy special. And certainly not what makes his story worth […]

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