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November 2022 - GymFitly - Health and Fitness

Month: November 2022

New year, best you: 4 practical tips for investing in your health in 2023

A new year means a fresh start and a new set of earnest attempts at self-improvement, especially when it comes to health and wellness. According to Statista, last year’s top three U.S. New Year’s resolutions included wanting to exercise more, eat healthier and lose weight. However, according to research by the Society for Personality and …

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Epilepsy: One Student’s Journey to More Seizure-free Moments

November is recognized as National Epilepsy Awareness Month in the US. Epilepsy is a brain disorder involving recurrent, unprovoked seizures. The CDC reports that about 3.4 million Americans live with epilepsy today [1]. For anyone living with epilepsy, coping with the challenges of the disease involves more than just physical health. Many living with the …

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Get Answers and Information About Aging from the Eldercare Locator

While growing older can be amazing, sometimes we all need a little help to remain independent. Whether it is finding transportation to a doctor’s appointment, taking a falls prevention class or signing up for a volunteer opportunity, it is important to know how to get connected to local aging programs in your community. But, where …

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Diagnosed with liver cancer? Baseball legend Bernie Williams shares tips on liver health

A liver cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. Navigating this complex and often misunderstood disease can be challenging and, like many others before them, the more than 40,000 Americans who will be diagnosed this year may feel stigmatized, lost and alone. Some people living with liver cancer may even feel discouraged or uncomfortable seeking medical care. …

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5 Tips for Traveling with a Chronic Disease from a Patient with Psoriatic Arthritis

Sponsored by Lilly USA, LLC Vacations present an opportunity for relaxation, spending time with loved ones and indulging in new activities. While vacation is enjoyable, many find traveling stressful and uncomfortable, especially when living with a chronic disease such as psoriatic arthritis (PsA), a condition that causes swelling, stiffness and pain in and around the …

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Do you have the winter sniffles? 5 ways you can manage indoor winter allergies

Do you suffer from itchy eyes, a runny nose or a scratchy throat during winter? Do you often find yourself coughing, sneezing and having trouble breathing? Chances are you may have indoor allergies. Allergens are not just found outside in trees or grass. The indoors can host many allergy triggers like mold related to water …

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Duffy’s CAD Comeback: How One Patient Got Back to Where She Belonged After a Rare Blood Disorder Diagnosis

Article is sponsored and developed by Sanofi Navigating a rare blood disorder is not easy, but for those with cold agglutinin disease (CAD), there is hope to take back control. Hear about Duffy’s comeback from CAD. The information conveyed in this article is not medical advice. Throughout her entire life, Duffy has remained very active. …

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A sweet way you can make a difference for kids with critical illness

When Bella received a kidney diagnosis, her childhood was turned upside down. Her whole family rallied to help her, but as someone who always puts others first, she wanted to turn her personal experience into something that would bring hope to others. Bella was connected with Make-A-Wish®, the nonprofit that creates life-changing wishes for children …

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