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  • iu-1Cholesterol is a natural substance found in foods and created by our bodies to build and maintain our cells. However, too much cholesterol can lead to major problems such as heart attacks and strokes. In this video, Dr. Tanya Benenson explains why high cholesterol is so dangerous and what you can do about it.”
  • images_349The first step to keeping your cholesterol in check is finding out where your cholesterol levels stand. This is done through a blood test performed in your doctorís office. This will measure three types of cholesterol: HDL, LDL and triglycerides. In this video, Dr. Tanya Benenson explains what each of these cholesterols mean as well as what you can expect from your results.”
  • cholesterol-heartThe first step to keeping your cholesterol in check is finding out where your cholesterol levels stand. This is done through a blood test performed in your doctorís office. This will measure three types of cholesterol: HDL, LDL and triglycerides. In this video, Dr. Tanya Benenson explains what each of these cholesterols mean as well as what you can expect from your results.”
  • 205091Some people will have a greater probability of developing high cholesterol because of their genetic makeup and family history. Your best defense against high cholesterol is controlling your lifestyle and diet. In this video, Dr. Tanya Benenson explains ways to control your cholesterol now so you donít run into problems down the road.”



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Adult children of seniors often agonize over the thoughts of having to place their loved ones in a nursing home or assisted living setting. Moving and change are often very traumatic for seniors, but their health and safety must always be of the greatest concern. One alternative often overlooked is keeping the senior in the familiar home setting. Do your homework early, before the situation becomes emergent. Find the local resources and talk with your loved ones to find out their wishes and also to find out exactly what they can afford for care.

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