Healthy Horizons

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    Take heart. Though heart disease may be the No. 1 killer of Americans, you have an excellent chance of not being among the 1.25 million people who will have a heart attack in any given year.  Here's five ways to protect your heart.

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    Finding time to squeeze in a workout can be hard for anyone, but for senior executives who may be traveling 60 percent of the year hitting the gym can teeter on impossible. Thankfully, there are hotels that pride themselves on providing fitness facilities so complete, even the most time-crunched business executives will want to use them. Here's a list.

  • Ditch Fast Food for Slow Food

    The Slow Food Movement is based on the idea that people should eat healthy, pure food that is locally grown, seasonal and free from pesticides. Healthy Horizons investigates the alternative to the fast-food culture.

  • Healthy Horizons: Pepsi's Initiative

    A look at Pepsi's corporate health initiatives, with CNBC's Brian Shactman.

  • Seeking Innovation in Health Care

    Healthy Horizons went to the 5th annual TEDMED Conference in San Diego. The conference focuses on technology, entertainment, design and medicine and aims to promote innovation in the health-care sector.

  • Healthy Horizons: Paperless Pediatrician

    A look at doctors going paperless, with CNBC's Brian Shactman.

  • Hot Topics at TEDMED

    Genomics, personalized medicine and the implications of ageing were all hot topics at this year's TEDMED conference in San Diego. Healthy Horizons investigates the latest from the medical and health-care technology conference.

  • David Blaine Talks Magic at TEDMED

    Healthy Horizons caught up with magician David Blaine at the TEDMED conference in San Diego, California to talk about magic, fear and the power of the body.

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    Just because you're busy running a company, doesn't mean you have to run yourself into the ground.  Get proactive—and we don't mean travel more.  See a doctor to learn  whether high blood pressure, cancer, diabetes and other serious diseases may be waiting down the road.