New Location

Dr. Shawn Benzinger and his staff would like to announce that Indy Health & Wellness has moved!

Our new location is:

11495 N. Pennsylvania Street - Ste 100
Carmel, IN 46032
317-872-2989

Spotlight on Health: Cancer

Cancer is characterized by an abnormal growth of cells. There are more than 100 types of cancer, including breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, and lymphoma. Cancer symptoms vary widely based on the type of cancer.

Only a very SMALL percentage of Cancer is related to bad genes. Don’t be misled into believing you will have a certain type of Cancer just because your mother had it. You control the destiny of when or if a gene will be triggered into action and produces Cancer cells.

Learn all you can about how stress, smoking, poor diet, no exercise and just everyday habits can affect your Cancer trigger. Keep these in check and maybe you will bypass Cancer.

Spotlight on Health: Premium Cold/Flu Pack

Designed for:
The best time to stop a cold or the flu is at the first signs. Treated immediately, it can usually be stopped completely or at least be a much milder bout. This packet of nutritional supplements are designed to provide a stimulus to the immune system to overcome and stop a cold or flu before it becomes entrenched. It is designed to be a quick and effective in relieving symptoms and stopping a cold or flu in its tracks.

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Spotlight On Health : Heart Health

Healthy Habits Lower Heart Disease Risk In Men

Adopting a healthier lifestyle, incorporating several basic habits is proven to help prevent heart attacks and heart-related deaths. In a recent study of middle-aged and older men, basic habits previously known to individually lower the risk of coronary heart disease are now shown to have even greater benefit when performed in combination. The five habits evaluated in the study were: maintaining a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, not smoking, and drinking in moderation. Adhering to even one habit lowered risk, but men who followed all five habits experienced the least heart-related events. Even as few as two healthy practices reduced the likelihood by 37 percent.