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What You Can Do to Control Asthma.

Are you one of the 20 million Americans with asthma? Then you know what happens when airways in your lungs become blocked or narrowed. It is hard to breathe. The chest feels tight. There is the coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and rapid breathing.

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You Can Take Control of Your Diabetes.

People with diabetes can live long and healthy lives by managing three conditions:

  •  Blood sugar (glucose)
  •  Blood pressure
  •  Cholesterol levels

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What You Need to Know About Cholesterol.

Too much cholesterol can lead to heart disease. But it is never too late or too early to manage your cholesterol levels.

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High Blood Pressure: The Silent Killer.

High blood pressure is called the "silent killer." It is "silent" because you can have it without even knowing. High blood pressure can be fatal.

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You Can Quit Smoking.

More than 430,000 Americans die each year from smoking. Smoking causes illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, problems with pregnancy, and lung disease.

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Stress and Your Health.

Stress is a familiar word to us. We experience stress in times of an accident or emergency situation. But it also happens in our daily lives.

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