October: Health Literacy Month

Navigating through medical speak, appointments, nutrition and today’s healthcare can be a daunting challenge. Even those in the medical field can be left asking questions and wanting direction when it comes to their own health and well-being. “Health Literacy” is the ability to read, understand and act on health information. When healthcare issues are communicated, […]

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Be Your Own Health Advocate

Taking initiative and being proactive in your own health is a topic we feel strongly about. Throughout May, the American Recall Center, is celebrating World Health and the importance of living healthy. The American Recall Center spends a great deal of effort educating consumers about medication safety, inspiring good health and providing up-to-date FDA information. […]

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Balanced breakfast everyday – quick and easy to make!

Want to eat a balanced breakfast, but feel the mornings are just too rushed to make anything decent? Are you lucky to run out the door with a cereal bar and cup of coffee? Start off with a balanced breakfast, and feel better all day long. Here are simple and delicious make ahead breakfast ideas. […]

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Tips For Easing Joint Pain During Winter Months

Once the cold weather starts coming, joint pain tends to be on the rise. While there are yet to be conclusive studies to prove that cold weather = more joint pain and arthritis flair-ups, it’s often that weather does have an affect on our bodies and people with arthritis tend to notice aches and pains […]

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The Dangers Of Sitting Too Much

“Sitting too much is not only bad for our bodies, but it’s actually killing us” states Dr. James Levine, author of his new book “Get Up!” Dr Levine is so serious about the harm of sitting for hours and hours that he even goes so far to say, “sitting is more dangerous than smoking, kills […]

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