Month: December 2021

How to turn your passion for wellness and fitness into a career

Health solutions and preventative wellness have never been more crucial. Today, six in 10 Americans live with at least one chronic disease, many of which can be prevented by eating well, being physically active, avoiding tobacco and alcohol, and getting regular health screenings. People are increasingly choosing to prioritize their well-being today to enjoy a …

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How Three People Living with Follicular Lymphoma Found Empowerment in Their Cancer Journey

Dealing with the complexities of a typically incurable blood cancer like follicular lymphoma can be challenging – but empowered communications between patients and their healthcare providers can help. In My Blood is a new online resource created with input from a group of patient advocates and advisors, that aims to empower people living with follicular …

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Do you know the difference between COVID-19 testing options?

When you think about efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19, vaccinations, hand washing and masking likely come to mind. However, one important effort that must remain the first line of defense is effective testing. With the holiday season in full swing, we cannot let our guards down. Testing, combined with other defensive measures, is …

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Fitness Guru Isaac Boots Shares How to Choreograph a Better, Healthier 2022 While Leaving Migraine in the Rearview

Isaac remembers it vividly. The way it felt to be dancing on the edge of total darkness and the wave of fear that flooded in. “I was auditioning for a Broadway show and couldn’t see the front of the stage. I was getting ready to do a split turn jump, and I had no idea …

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Postpartum depression is more common than you might think: Clinical trial seeks moms suffering from postpartum depression

New mothers may experience a range of emotions shortly after giving birth — from overwhelming joy to extreme sadness. Emotions can affect anyone during pregnancy and after giving birth, and just like the onset of emotions do not discriminate, neither does postpartum depression (PPD), which can affect any woman, regardless of her age, ethnicity, marital …

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Communication Is Key When Facing a Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis

Sanofi developed and sponsored this article and Roldan was compensated for his time. As an avid runner, Roldan enjoyed an active lifestyle. However, during a routine physical one decade ago, his physician observed an abnormal elevated protein in one of his blood labs and ordered additional tests from a local oncologist. The resulting diagnosis: multiple …

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