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Of all of the contributors to fat loss, proper sleep could be the biggest. While you're sleeping, your body undergoes an amazing series of processes. Sleep is a time when your body repairs damaged tissue and tries to return your cells back to "normal."...
The foods you choose can make a difference in how you look and feel. Whole-grain foods provide you with health-promoting vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals and antioxidants. Antioxidants help prevent heart disease and some cancers. Experts recommend...
email@example.comBill Martin of Hagerstown has a streak going. He has walked for an hour every day since November 1989. Martin, 77, often walks in the Paradise Road neighborhood north of Hagerstown, surrounded by rolling farmland and with a view of South Mountain to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThink of your house. You want it to be uncluttered, well-maintained, secure and supplied with power and water. Now think of your body. Just like your house, you want to keep it well-maintained, keep fuel and water coming in and keep invaders out. Now,...
There she is again. That girl at work whose body you would die for. Why does it seem like she can eat whatever she wants, and not gain a pound? Meanwhile, you just look at food and it seems to fatten you up. The answer is metabolism. There's no...
In today's busy world, we often let our bodies get lost in the shuffle. Trying to keep up on daily exercise can be tough when trying to juggle life's many responsibilities. Balancing work, home and civic duties doesn't leave a lot of time for body...
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email@example.comWhen Dave Reeder became principal at North Hagerstown High School during the summer of 1995, he went to the gym where the football players were lifting weights, and started bench pressing heavier and heavier weights. As he moved up to 405 pounds on the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGiven his job of preparing burial places across the Tri-State area, Doug Miner said he sees plenty of people “leaving the earth.” So the Hagerstown man took time to check his own health Monday when he stopped by the Meritus Diabetes Expo at...
email@example.comHealth officials in Washington County are taking steps to curb a diabetes death rate that ranks higher than that of any other county in the state. From 2007 through 2009, Washington County had an age-adjusted death rate of 36.4 deaths from diabetes per...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Brenda Dalton dips into her bag of hair and makeup tricks, she often performs a little magic. She transforms her clients from drab to fab. For more than 30 years, Dalton has worked in the world of beauty. She's been an image consultant in New...
Did Colarad teach us nothing? Have grapefruit pills, bee pollen and cabbage soup not steeled us against the latest claim of miracle weight loss? Apparently not. I'll say this, If I were a doctor I would not waste my time "treating patients" and "healing...
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