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Currently Unavailable FEATURES of the Women’s FT4 Heart Rate Monitor by Polar Shows when you’re improving...
On Sale for $ 88.40 The Polar FT4 Heart Rate Monitor shows you when you’re improving your fitness based on your...
On Sale for $ 44.78 0 Mile to 6213.71 Mile11 Year1 x Button Cell (CR2032)100 Reading100 Reading Lap7.87″ to...
$ 89.95 The Polar FT4 Heart Rate Monitor shows you when you’re improving your fitness based on your heart rate....
$ 89.95 For those who want basic heart rate-based features to keep their fitness training simple. Just grab it with...
$ 299.99 The Garmin Forerunner 220 heart rate monitor is just like having a coach on your wrist with real-time live...
On Sale for $ 69.95 The full-featured New Balance N4 heart rate monitor has a sleek silhouette that won’t get in...
On Sale for $ 59.95 General: Shows heart rate on large and easy-to-read display. Helps improve your fitness with...
$ 89.95 Shows when you’re improving fitness based on your heart rate. Displays calories burned. Comes with...
On Sale for $ 109.95 The Polar FT7 Heart Rate Monitor is the perfect accessory for those who want to know if...
- Healthy living program offered
18 Apr 2014 at 7:29am
SPECIAL TO THE PRESS BRISTOL — The West Central Connecticut TRIAD is holding a free healthy living and healthy aging conference “Stay Strong — Live Long” April 23 at Bristol Public Library
- Diabetes Complication Rates Drop Among U.S. Adults
18 Apr 2014 at 5:06am
Title: Diabetes Complication Rates Drop Among U.S. Adults Category: Health News Created: 4/16/2014 5:36:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 4/17/2014 12:00:00 AM
- “In Organic We Trust” documentary screened at Richmond
18 Apr 2014 at 3:45am
The organic food movement was discussed as part of the Roosevelt Institute’s Documentaries in the Greek program. Students found the topic beneficial but the documentary lacking.
- Annual women's heart health event features Jenna Hager
18 Apr 2014 at 3:42am
Event celebrates women, heart health and offers booths of information and red fashion catwalk.
- Dozen protest outside Rep. Bill Hager's office demanding affordable health in...
18 Apr 2014 at 3:21am
Story by Al Pefley / CBS 12 NEWS BOCA RATON, Fla. - People who say they can't afford health insurance are calling on the Governor and his fellow republican state lawmakers to help them. More than a dozen demonstrators gathered Thursday outside the office of a state lawmaker from Boca Raton. ...
- Health care enrollments reach 8 million, president announces
18 Apr 2014 at 2:20am
WASHINGTON — Driven by a last-minute flood of enrollments, particularly in California, sign-ups for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act's online marketplaces hit 8 million, President Barack Obama announced Thursday.
- Mediterranean diet may slow diabetes progression
17 Apr 2014 at 9:39pm
By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For people recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, eating lots of olive oil, fish and whole grains slows progression of the disease more than restricting fat, according to a new analysis. In a trial that followed participants for more than eight years, those following a so-called Mediterranean diet went significantly longer before needing diabetes ...
- Healthy Kids Day to Help Kids Exercise Minds and Bodies
17 Apr 2014 at 8:29pm
Monroe – On Saturday, April 26, the YMCA of Northeast Louisiana is holding a free community event to inspire more kids to keep their minds and bodies active.
- New YMCA classes help people with balance
17 Apr 2014 at 7:45pm
Crescenta-Cañada YMCA's Healthy Living Department develops Balance and Thrive program.
- Diabetes complications drop dramatically
17 Apr 2014 at 7:40pm
A new report finds rates of stroke, heart attack, limb amputations and end-stage kidney failure have decreased, even as diabetes rate rises