From lowering the risk of cancer to lengthening life expectancy, that visit to the gym has more health benefits than you may realize. We all know that working out keeps your heart healthy, boosts energy levels and is crucial for weight loss and maintenance. But what you may not know is that it can also… Read more »
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The kidneys are vital organs responsible for waste management, and are crucial to maintaining your body’s blood pressure and chemical balance. If you don’t take good care of your kidneys, you’re risking a ton of health problems, some of which could cause them to shut down altogether. Some of the most common kidney-linked diseases are… Read more »
Wondering why the same tried-and-true tricks you used to lose weight back in your teens and twenties no longer work after 40? From a biological point of view, the answer is pretty simple: If we maintain the same diet and exercise habits we began in our twenties, most of us will inevitably put on some… Read more »
Join us for our RN Recruitment Open House on Saturday, 2/18, from 8AM to noon! Trust us, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!
Have you recently lost some weight and you don’t want to see that number go back up on your scale? Although gaining the weight back might feel inevitable, it doesn’t have to be! In fact, an analysis by the National Weight Control Registry found long-term weight maintenance is possible if you follow some key behaviors…. Read more »
In recognition of National Heart Month, Cullman Regional is hosting Heart Disease Community Screenings on Thursday, February 9th, February 23rd and March 23rd by appointment only. Be sure to call (256) 735-5600 to make an appointment today!
The Circus returns to Cullman! The Cullman County Agricultural Trade Center is bringing the renowned Loomis Brothers Circus to town Friday, 2/3, through Sunday, 2/5. Tickets are available at the Circus on the day of show, or online. Be sure to visit the site here for more information on ticket prices and show times.
You may not know it, but sugar lurks in the strangest of places. So if you’re not careful, you may find yourself unintentionally binging on too much sweet stuff. The American Heart Association recommends limiting added sugars to 6 teaspoons (or 24 grams) daily for women and 9 teaspoons (or 36 grams) for men. That’s… Read more »
You already know that eating salad is good for you, but did you know not all salad greens are created equal? When you’re selecting the base for your salad, researchers have found that the darker the color and more variety in your bowl, the better for packing the most nutritional punch into your meal! Whether… Read more »
Looking for some low-carb fruits to add to your diet? According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), fruits are loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber and should be a part of a well balanced diet — just keep track of them as you do with all carbs. The key is to keep an eye on… Read more »