Stress relief is key for cardiovascular health

There’s a connection between stress and heart health, and it’s rooted into ancient history. The fight or flight response once existed to help our ancestors make life-saving decisions. If they were attacked by a predator, would they run or would they fight? As life got […]

In-Shape pro talks at-home boxing workouts

Want to improve your cardiovascular fitness? Looking to build strength in your upper body? Hoping to improve your core stability all while in the comfort of your own home? Check them all off (and more!) with these at-home boxing workout tips. There’s a reason boxing […]

Five Supplements for Better Sleep

Do you struggle to get a good night’s sleep? Well, you’re not alone. Up to 70 million people struggle with sleep disorders in the United States. According to Dr. Amir Khan, PharmD at Hammer Lane Pharmacy, “Some causes may be as simple as too much caffeine intake, […]

Valley MRI & Radiology brings new technology to SJC

Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men. Over the course of their lifetime, one in eight men can expect a prostate cancer diagnosis. That’s why Valley MRI & Radiology Inc. and Dr. Charles Stillman have brought on new imaging equipment to […]

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Staying heart healthy during a pandemic

The heart is a vital organ, so it’s important to take care of it. And no, this isn’t a column about dating advice. “People with existing medical conditions, such as CAD, obesity, tobacco dependence, diabetes mellitus are at a greater risk for complications if they […]

3 Ways Planking Boosts Your Mood

Feeling a little down? Especially in the midst of a pandemic, who can blame you? Luckily, there’s a fast way to give your mood a boost, and it only takes sixty seconds. Exercise in general is good for your mental well-being. Breaking a sweat, for […]

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Cheers to Health

No matter your age, it’s important to keep in mind exactly what you want and need to get out of your workout. Focus on these top workouts designed specifically to help build strength, stay mobile, and improve balance. Swimming There’s a reason swimming is called […]

The Cruddy Season

Already on edge from a global pandemic? Time to add flu season into the mix. While some have suggested that the use of masks, gallons of hand sanitizer, and an abundance of caution might make for a less intense flu season, medical professionals are urging […]

Blowing Smoke

Nearly a quarter century ago, California became the first state to legalize the use of marijuana for medical use. This meant that people suffering from chronic pain or conditions such as epilepsy now had an alternative to traditional treatments with hit or miss results. But […]

Thank You Nurses

The World Health Organization declared 2020 to be the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” in celebration of the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale (1820–1910). Across the globe many organizations, professional associations, health care systems, and other entities were set to celebrate the many roles […]

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