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Adrian Newman, B.A.

Adrian has been working in the information publishing world since 1997. But when it comes to health information, he’s a self-admitted late bloomer. A couch potato since pre-school, Adrian was raised on TV, video games and a lifestyle that led to childhood obesity that followed him well into adulthood. But when he hit his forties, he decided enough was enough. He had a family to take care of and his days of overeating, under-exercising and inactivity were going to lead him on the fast road to heart disease, diabetes or death.


With the help of fellow DHP experts Mat Lecompte, who helped him with a rigorous exercise regime, and Leah Shainhouse, who completely transformed his eating habits, Adrian was able to not only drop a significant amount of weight, but embrace a new healthy lifestyle.


Home Remedies for Swollen Lymph Nodes
Have you found a lump behind the ear lately…and are you worried? Anytime we find an unfamiliar bump on our bodies, our first reaction is to panic. But, while lumps can be a cause for concern, they’re not always a sign of a serious underlying ... Read More
A Guide to Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease
It’s easy to look at numbers and feel unaffected. So, when we see that there are an estimated five and a half million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it might not seem that serious. We live in a big country, right? But, if you’re ... Read More
Why Noisy Knees Could Signal Arthritis
Do your knee joints sometimes remind you of “Rice Krispies” cereal? You know, “Snap,” “Crackle,” and “Pop”? Regardless of your age, noisy knees are pretty common. But, if they’re constantly making music, should it be cause for conce... Read More
Could Walking Ease Your Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Symptoms?
Anyone who has felt their leg or arm “fall asleep” understands the discomfort of that tingling, pins and needles sensation that takes a while to go away. However, there are people who have more severe numbness, tingling, and weakness in their lim... Read More
Caffeine Overdose: Can It Happen to You?
You may have heard the troubling news about a South Carolina teenager who died from a caffeine overdose last month. And although it is certainly sad that the 16-year-old lost his life, you should not be concerned about caffeine taking your own life. ... Read More
Left Arm Pain: What Could It Mean?
Do you ever feel random sensations such as pain, tingling, numbness, or stiffness in your left arm and wonder what could possibly be the cause? Most people tend to automatically associate any unusual left arm pain or discomfort with a heart attack or... Read More
Energy Drinks: How They Can Negatively Affect Your Heart
Gone are the days students would down a few cups of coffee during exam season to keep them going. These days, a steadily increasing number of college students and Millennials are becoming dependent on energy drinks to get them through the day. What d... Read More
The Truth about Salt and the Risk of Heart Disease
It’s no secret that salt intake plays a serious role in your heart health. Too much sodium can raise your blood pressure to dangerous levels, which can increase your risk of heart disease. But, holding back on that sprinkle of table salt on your po... Read More
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