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Health Screening Cost Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Health Screening Cost.

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How to Choose a Personal Trainer

Personal trainers can help people reach their health and fitness goals, or they could be big wastes of money. It's tough to know whether or not you need a trainer's expertise. And if you do, it's even more difficult to pick the right one....  Read more

Your Guide to Health Screenings

You know the filter in your furnace only lasts three months before it gets clogged with cat hair, and you're diligent about getting the oil in your car changed every 3,000 miles. But do you pay attention to all the recommended tune-ups and mainte...  Read more

A Beginner's Guide to Composting

When organic matter such as leaves, grass clippings and food scraps break down, you get compost, a dark, dirt-like "soil" that is rich in nutrients. Compost happens even without human involvement; for example, the leaves that fall on the fo...  Read more

From Wallet to Waistline

Americans who take advantage of larger sizes for just a few pennies more when eating out may be getting more calories than they bargain for, according to a new report by a coalition of health organizations. The report found that the food industry'...  Read more

Tools for a Healthy Kitchen

Standard kitchen appliances like ranges, ovens, and refrigerators undoubtedly revolutionized the way we prepare food. Chances are you probably have all three, and use them constantly. But there’s a whole world of gadgets and small appliances th...  Read more

major health issues 2 years now, exercise a prob.
Updated 3/31/2015 11:53:30 AM

Well, I am back trying to restart after a 2 year absence. I found out that I have no metabolism. The hormoneh that is your metabolism is all in an inactive form. They have been trying to re-activate it but it has not worked. I am functioning on 1 ad...  Read more

If you have health problems/concerns, it would be
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If you have health problems/concerns, it would be best to talk with your doctor to find out what your limitations are in regards to exercise. If you get clearance to exercise, then they should be able to either refer you to someone who can give you...  Read more

Cleanses are unnecessary. All you need is a health
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Cleanses are unnecessary. All you need is a healthy diet with plenty of fiber. Your body is a self-regulating machine; it cleans itself out regularly. All the "cleanse" will do is make your wallet thinner....  Read more

It all depends on your health issues, but it's nev
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It all depends on your health issues, but it's never a bad idea to consult with your physician. They tend to give really good advice (and don't get made when people are trying to get healthy)....  Read more

Exercising with health problems any suggestions
Updated 3/20/2015 4:02:46 PM

Exercising with health problems any suggestions...  Read more

Not sure you have diabetes?

Publix Pharmacy offers FREE diabetes screenings in partnership with CholestCheck, a health screening services company. Sign up for free diabetes newsletter and see optional screening tests (such as cholesterol and thyroid tests) are available for pur...  Read more

Cayenne pepper

We had trouble with neighborhood cats spraying our screens on our screened in porch until we sprinkled cayenne pepper on the area in front of the screens. We are hopeful they won't come back!211...  Read more

Spark Utah – The Official Team

A place where those in Utah can share triumphs, challenges, and their personal journey to health....  Read more

Honoring Breast Cancer Month: Find an Affordable Mammogram

Women have a one in eight chance of getting breast cancer. However, experts say that regular screenings and early detection substantially increase the rate of survival. Women age 40 and older are encouraged to have a mammogram each year to screen for...  Read more

Should There Be an Obesity 'Penalty'?

Alabama state workers who are obese have one year to slim down—or they'll have to start paying for health insurance. Beginning in 2010, Alabama, the second-heaviest state in the U.S., will start charging $25 a month if its 37,000 employees don't subm...  Read more