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Napercise Feature
Fitness

Napercise: The Workout of Your Dreams

We’re here! Kicking up our (yawn) Louboutins as we take on those awaited back-burner projects (yawn) to revel in new adventures and relationships and (yawn)… Yes, we’re sleep deprived. As we combine all that’s good in life with the female challenges of hormone fluctuations, menopause, poor dietary habits, schedules, family,… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • September 21, 2018
Healthy Eating Plan Feature
Nutrition

5 Healthy Foods That May Be Sabotaging Your Health

“Too much of a good thing can be wonderful.” - Mae West If we could only apply that to our diets! According to the latest Consumer Reports, if you’re applying Mae West’s philosophy to even the healthiest of foods, you may be harming your health. “The belief that if some… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • July 30, 2018
weighted hula hoop
Fitness

Hula Hooping to a Healthier You

Want to add a fun, effective, ‘do anywhere’ workout to stay fit this summer? Consider a weighted hula hoop workout. Yes, it’s ‘a thing.’ “Two minutes on the treadmill always felt like an eternity,” says Shelly, a full-time working mom. “Now I get a great workout, see results, and I love it.” She… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • June 23, 2018
skincare trends
Skin Care & Make-Up

Collagen 911: Skincare Trends That Actually Work

Complaining about your skin’s texture, lines and wrinkles? Who isn’t? Here’s what’s to blame and some of the latest skincare trends and non-surgical ways to maintain and recover it. As Prime Women, we’re all in this together. As we’ve gained wisdom and experiences, with every smile, grin, day in the… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • May 12, 2018
longevity
Wellness

Super-Aging: Insights into Longevity and Living Well

“Getting old isn’t for sissies” my mother would remind me.And why wouldn’t she want to warn me? I had been witness to 3 generations of women each caring for the older through debilitating arthritis, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, or breast cancer.To quote Time Magazine, in its recent spread on longevity, “Old age…demands… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • March 25, 2018
go red for women
Wellness

Your Why Can Save Your Life: Go Red for Women

If it were possible to guard yourself from heart disease and heart attack, would you? What is your WHY? YOUR WHY February is Heart Month. As the world is adorned with red hearts at every turn, the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement asks that you see a… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • February 10, 2018
stay well this winter
Wellness

Tie One On! And Other Surprisingly Simple Ways to Stay Well This Winter

What does a scarf, a raspberry and a deep breath have in common? All are surprisingly simple ways to help you stay well this winter during cold and flu season! Start today: Wear a SCARF What do you get when you combine the wisdom of Eastern medicine with the fashion… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • January 17, 2018
stay fit
Fitness

A Super Diva Workout: Stay Fit at Any Age

If you think you don’t have time to work out or feel you’re not strong enough to even begin, this guide to stay fit is perfect for you! And the woman who has mastered it might surprise you! Envision the modern superwoman. Picture her strong and powerful, physically and professionally,… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • December 28, 2017
Wellness

Germs Calling: Your Dirty Smartphone Could be Making You Sick

With flu season in full swing, you’re savvy in flu prevention i.e., frequent handwashing, plenty of rest, flu shot, and taking vitamin C. And yet, one of the greatest offenders may be in your hand at this very moment: your mobile phone. Articles from The Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine warn of… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • November 11, 2017
sudden cardiac arrest
Wellness

The Three Cs That Can Save a Life During A Sudden Cardiac Arrest

You’re standing near someone that suddenly drops to the floor. Do you know what to do next? Experts agree if someone collapses unexpectedly, it is usually the result of sudden cardiac arrest. According to Today, 90% of those in sudden cardiac arrest outside of a hospital DO NOT survive! Bystanders can… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • October 12, 2017
breast cancer
Wellness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Are you Breast Aware?

It’s the PINK MONTH again. We see pink ribbons, pink shoes on football players and invitations to do Pink Charity events. And to bring it even closer to our attention, one of our favorite celebs, Julia Louise Dreyfus, recently announced, “One in eight women get breast cancer. Today, I am… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • October 6, 2017
stop worrying
Wellness

Worried About Worrying Too Much? Put Your Mind at Ease

You’ve felt it. That anxious and fearful feeling in the pit of your stomach, a fast, racing heartbeat and those pervasive ‘what if’ thoughts that cycle over and over and over again. In simple terms, you’re worrying - and why shouldn’t we? New information floods us every single moment -… Read More
  • Debbie Slade Smith |
  • July 24, 2017

About Debbie Slade Smith

Debbie Slade Smith

Debbie Slade Smith is certified in Fitness for Midlife Women through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. She is a wellness advocate, educator, speaker, co-author, wife, and mom. She began her wellness journey in her late 50's after losing her mom to heart disease. She teaches Zumba and other group fitness classes and was chosen for the first national team of REAL WOMEN OF GO RED, the American Heart Association's initiative to empower women to take charge of their health.

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