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February 4, 2014

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Prevention Plus

Myth Busters: Cardiovascular Disease - Part 1
Misinformation found online, lack of information provided by your doctor or a misunderstanding may cause you to believe a medical myth. Believing these myths can lead to a great amount of anxiety, concern and uncertainty about medical procedures.

Fitness Files

Overcoming Excuses
Too tired to exercise? Think eating healthy is expensive? Just don’t have time? Break through these common excuses and find the motivation you need to eat healthy and exercise.

Nutrition Bites

How to Eat Chocolate Sensibly
Whether you consider it an indulgence, a craving, a necessity, or simply a state of bliss, chocolate is a part of our diet. But it’s typically high in heart-unfriendly saturated fat and calories so how do we make it work?

Vitamin Aisle

Vitamin B for Heart Health
February is American Heart Month and it’s a perfect opportunity to take a look at your heart health and the activities you’re doing (or not doing) to protect it.

What's New at Cooper

Cooper Fitness Center's Renovation is Complete
With more than 50,000-square-feet, Cooper Fitness Center offers the best-in-class programs and amenities. View photos of the newly-renovated facility. Request a tour online or call 972.233.4832.

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See-Food, Supplementation and Exercises for Your Eye Health

Have you been spending a lot of ‘screen time’ with a new gadget from Christmas? The average American adult spends an average of 9.5 hours every day in front of a screen.

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Resistance Training for Your Heart

Professional Fitness Trainer David H. Williams demonstrates a resistance training exercise to benefit heart health.


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