Every weekday at 4:45pm, Allan gives you a tip to help improve your life. It’s WEBE Wellness! It could range from exercise to better sleep to eating healthy. A minute that could help enhance your world.

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WEBE Wellness: Taking A Social Media Break

There is a lot of good to come from social media, but with the good comes the bad and you might find you need to take a break from it. Experts say we all should consider it. Maintaining friendships and keeping informed are great benefits, but too much time online has been found to lead…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Stretch To Lower Blood Pressure

If you have high blood pressure, your doctor will likely suggest going for walks to bring it down. But there may be a better option – and something you can do just as easily. Stretching. A new finding shows that those with hypertension show be stretching more. High blood pressure is a leading risk factor…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Write It Down

You ever feel like it’s getting harder than ever to remember important info – or even what you need to get at the grocery store? Just because it’s easy to put things down in the Notes app on your iPhone, if you really want to remember things – use the old tried-and-true method of writing…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Microbreaks

Someone at work ever tell you they’ve “got a case of the Mondays”? But they do it on a Thursday? Well having low energy at the office is something many of us go through at some point – and the solution is to take a break – and take a lot of them! Your boss…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Drink More Water!

When you get a headache, what’s the first thing you do? You probably grab a pain reliever – but that might not be what you actually need. If you do it, make sure you take a full glass of water with it – not just a sip – you could actually be dehydrated. Think about…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Beat The Heat Without A/C

Even though it’s comfortable right now, we still have August ahead of us this summer and you know it’ll get brutally hot again. If you’ve been able to manage without A/C so far, or if it breaks and you must go a few days without, there’s a few tips on how to make it through…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Bad Immune System Habits

If you get a mosquito bite this summer, and you see a red, bumpy itch – that’s a good sign! It means that your immune system is working like it should. But there’s some habits that you may be doing that could be negatively impacting your immune system and you don’t even realize it. A…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Dealing With Back Problems

Most of us will have one back problem or another at least once in our lifetimes. Most back injuries come from strain or damage over time, but there are some tips you can follow now to avoid problems later. Keep active and maintain a healthy diet and weight – carrying too much on your body…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Keeping Fit On Vacation

Taking a vacation is something everyone needs now and again, but that doesn’t mean while you’re away you need to take a vacation from your nutrition or exercise routines! Plan, and you’ll be able to stick to your fitness goals. Right at the beginning, instead of stopping for a fast-food lunch on the way, pack…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Why You Should Have Pizza For Breakfast

In Connecticut, we love our pizza – and there’s few things better than a fresh hot pizza. A close second, is cold pizza the next day. And grabbing a slice for breakfast might not be that bad for you – in fact, it’s likely better than what you had this morning! It may not be…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Protecting Yourself Against Mosquitos

With the summer heat and humidity, it’s a reminder that we’re in the middle of mosquito season. And that best way to avoid getting sick is to prevent mosquito bites. The CDC has some tips on how to do just that: First, if you’ve got stagnant water anywhere near your home, make sure you dump…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Eat This 3x A Day To Help Your Heart

In the U.S., one out of every four deaths are caused by heart disease. Staying active and getting exercise will help against risk for cardiovascular disease, but there are some diet tricks that can help – including eating one type of food three times a day. Whole grains. A new study over the last 18…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Keeping Your Skin Healthy In The Heat

After today, we’ll have a few days of hot, sunny weather – and when you head outside during the summer, it’s so important to keep your skin healthy. Here are some skin tips for the season: First and foremost – use sunscreen! Sunburns are never fun, and years of too much sun leads to premature…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: Which Color Banana Is Healthiest?

When it comes to fruit, there’s few more popular at your grocery store than a banana. While most of us go for a bright yellow, some claim that when they’re brown, they’re actually healthier? So, does the color and condition of a banana matter – green, yellow, or brown – when it comes to health?…Continue Reading

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WEBE Wellness: How To Have A Heart-Healthy Active Summer

As the days are longer, we’re more active than ever. But to keep active and stay active, you want your heart to be healthy to keep up with everything that you’re doing. The American Heart Association has some tips on how to have a heart-healthy summer: Stay Hydrated – water is best, but plenty of…Continue Reading