Learn the Facts About Healthy Weight Loss

Many things probably come to mind when you think of January: New Year’s resolutions, cold weather, professional football playoffs, an end to the holiday season. What you might not know is that January is also Health Weight Awareness Month — which makes it a great time for you to educate yourself on weight.

You may have already set a weight loss goal for 2014, but have you set realistic goals to help you reach a healthy weight? Once there, do you know how to maintain a healthy weight? And do you know why you should strive for a healthy weight in the first place?

At ARCpoint Labs, we value your overall wellness — which is why we are providing the information you need to truly celebrate Healthy Weight Awareness Month.

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Healthy Tips for a New You in the New Year

With 2013 behind us, chances are you’ve made a number of new year’s resolutions — and more likely than not, a few of them involve your personal health in some way. From sticking to a healthy diet and increasing exercise to reducing your stress and sleeping more, there are so many health-related goals you should want to achieve — and just as many healthy tips to help you do so!

At ARCpoint Labs, we are committed to your personal wellness, so we have compiled some easy-to-implement healthy tips to help you turn your 2014 resolutions into long-lasting habits.

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How to Recognize Arthritis Pain

Many illnesses sneak up on us unannounced. Because the aging process involves a series of natural changes, it can be hard to know when normal pain is actually a symptom of a medical condition.

Arthritis is one medical condition that becomes more common as we age. Because there are different types of arthritis that can affect the body, a physician should diagnose arthritis. Patients experience different symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis or psoriatic arthritis.

Learning the basic symptoms of arthritis will prepare you to identify the signs early so you can have testing completed. Continue reading “How to Recognize Arthritis Pain” »