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Meijer Heart Center Celebrates 10 Years

Meijer Heart Center Celebrates 10 Years

Richelle Kimble December 16, 2014 0

The Spectrum Health Fred and Lena Meijer Heart Center is celebrating a decade of advanced heart and vascular care. The Meijer Heart Center, which opened in November 2004, has brought a new level of

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Give the Gift of Health

Give the Gift of Health

WLMagazine December 5, 2014 0

by Kimberly Olson Branching out from traditional gifts and encouraging an active lifestyle is a great way to spread positivity and wellness. Gifts related to health and fitness will be much appreciated by athletes,

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Let it Go: Meditation to De-Stress

Let it Go: Meditation to De-Stress

WLMagazine December 2, 2014 0

by Richelle Kimble Take a moment to be mindful. Eliminate the clutter in your mind, focus on being here, breathe in clouds of positivity and joy, and breathe out blackened negativity and stress. By

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Eating Healthy During Pregnancy

Eating Healthy During Pregnancy

WLMagazine November 12, 2014 0

featuring Dr. Monica Gary of Grand Rapids Women’s Health Discovering that you are pregnant is usually a wondrous experience. Amidst all of the excitement about having a new baby, there are some pragmatic facts

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Warm Me Up: Three Hot and Healthy Recipes for Fall

Warm Me Up: Three Hot and Healthy Recipes for Fall

Richelle Kimble November 7, 2014 0

by Emily Morris  While indulging in turkey, mashed potatoes smothered in gravy, and all sorts of pies around the holidays, we often lose track of our health goals. Come February, we struggle to fit

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American Diabetes Month: Are You at Risk?

American Diabetes Month: Are You at Risk?

WLMagazine November 6, 2014 0

courtesy of the American Diabetes Association High BMI and sedentary lifestyle are the risk factors most likely to lead to diabetes and heart disease. Only three in 10 adults 40 and older who have modifiable risk factors for diabetes

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Early Detection

Early Detection

WLMagazine October 9, 2014 0

courtesy of the American Cancer Society It’s Fact early detection saves thousands of lives each year. Breast cancer can be diagnosed at an early stage and treated successfully, which is why it is crucial

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Knowledge is Power: What you’re doing and how it’s related to breast cancer

Knowledge is Power: What you’re doing and how it’s related to breast cancer

WLMagazine October 8, 2014 0

information courtesy of American Cancer Society Physical Activity Growing evidence suggests that women who get regular physical activity have a 10-20 percent lower risk of breast cancer compared to women who are inactive, with

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Women and the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know

Women and the Affordable Care Act: What You Need to Know

Bri Kilroy September 16, 2014 0

by Dr. Denice Logan Health insurers must cover at least one preventive doctor appointment per year. Are you aware of healthcare details like this? If not, you’re not alone. Sixty percent of women don’t

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Fitting in Fitness

Fitting in Fitness

Bri Kilroy September 3, 2014 0

by Kimberly Olson In my field, the biggest objection I hear from people in regard to sticking to an exercise program is not having enough time. In my early twenties, I faced the same

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