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Fitness Wearables: A Cardiologist's Perspective
Cooper Clinic's Nina Radford, MD, chimes in on one of the most popular gifts this holiday season—fitness trackers and wearables. Can they benefit overall health? What are the most important features? Is one better than another? Learn more about the medical point of view before purchasing.

Your Guide to an Active and Fit Holiday Season
Finding the time and energy to keep up with your fitness routine during the busy holiday season can be a challenge. However, it's important to keep your health top of mind. Cooper Fitness Center's Stephanie Hill offers her top six holiday health tips and shares ideas for a go-to workout to use when you're on-the-run.

Fight Holiday Stress with Healthy Foods
Research shows food, along with exercise, sleep and relaxation, can play a role in controlling tension and pressure of daily life. Try incorporating foods with vitamin B12, vitamin C and more into your diet this holiday season to help combat negative stress associated with the busy time of year.

Multivitamin Recommendations from Cooper Clinic
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper's 8 Steps to Get Cooperized includes "taking the right supplements for you." Dietary supplements are meant to supplement a healthy diet and address various nutrient deficiencies. Learn more about Cooper Clinic's take on supplements and the proper way to take a multivitamin.

Give the Gift of Good Health
Life changes when you’re unhealthy—not just for you, but for those who depend on you. Give the gift of good health to a family member, friend or yourself from Cooper Clinic this holiday season. When you book the Gift of Good Health—a Cooper Clinic preventive exam—you also receive your choice of a complimentary gift valued at $250. Learn more and book an appointment online.

Newsletter bottomSit Less, Move More: Exercise Guidelines for Diabetes and Prediabetes
If you have diabetes or prediabetes, physical activity is more than just a way to lose weight. It can also make it easier to keep your blood glucose (sugar) levels closer to normal. Read the blog.
Newsletter bottomSpiced Nut Mix Recipe
Spice up your holiday spread with this heart-healthy nut mix. Coriander, cumin and brown sugar add an extra tasty kick.
Newsletter bottomThree Bodyweight Moves for a Quick Workout
Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Stephanie Hill demonstrates a lunge/squat sequence, pushup and burpee circuit that can be performed quickly and without any equipment. Watch the video.

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