Monthly Archives: January 2016


By John A. Rumberger, PhD, MD, FACC, FSCCT Director of Cardiac Imaging at The Princeton Longevity Center Computed Tomographic (CT) Calcium Testing Facilitates Informed Patient Choices  A new study was published in the October 13, 2015 issue of the Journal of … Continue reading

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Dip Recipes

by Staci O’Connor MS, RD, CDN Here are some dips that you can make on the weekend, portion out ahead of time, and have for a snack in the afternoon.  Just throw all the ingredients into a food processor, give it … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Snacking

by Staci O’Connor MS, RD, CDN Many people avoid incorporating snacks into their day because they are afraid that snacks will contribute to weight gain.  However, when snacking is done correctly, it can offer several health benefits.  Snacking allows you to … Continue reading

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Heart Rate Based Workout

This work out can be completed with your choice of cardio.  First, determine your maximum heart rate by using the equation 220 minus your age.  Once you have that number you will use the percentages below to determine the zones … Continue reading

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5 Products to Help you Carry Out Your New Year’s Resolutions

As you know, making improvements to your health and lifestyle can be challenging. So, we are highlighting some products that may help to make some of your health-related New Year’s Resolutions easier to carry out and maintain. A Salad-to-go kit: … Continue reading

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Top Fitness Trend of 2016

Every year, the American College of Sports Medicine puts out a Top 20 Fitness Trends survey that includes clinical, commercial, community and corporate divisions of the industry.  This year, the number one trend came up as “Wearable Technology”. This category … Continue reading

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