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What Does Your Poop Say About Your Health?

What Does Your Poop Say About Your Health?

Everybody poops - there’s even a best-selling children’s book about it. While it’s perhaps gross or embarrassing, taking regular number twos is a crucial component of normal digestive function, and any sudden change in your bowel movements could be a sign that...

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Breast Cancer Gene Testing

Breast Cancer Gene Testing

What Is a BRCA Gene Test or Breast Cancer Gene Test? A BRCA Gene Test is a blood test which is administered to analyze the patient’s DNA and determine whether or not there are potentially dangerous mutations in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes, which are linked to the genetic...

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How Is COVID Different from the Flu?

How Is COVID Different from the Flu?

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a great deal of disruption and confusion for a number of reasons, not least of which is our evolving understanding of the way that the virus behaves. When you combine the novel nature of the coronavirus and the sweeping and drastic...

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Back-to-School COVID Safety

Back-to-School COVID Safety

As surreal as it may be to think about, fall is upon us and the new school year is beginning. While some students will be continuing to study remotely, many others will return to the classroom for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced us all indoors back...

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Returning to the Office During COVID-19

Returning to the Office During COVID-19

As we inch back towards normalcy following the past six months of COVID-imposed quarantine, many of us have jobs that are beginning the process of reopening for in-person work. While many with the opportunity to opt out are going to continue working and learning...

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How to Tell If You’re Dehydrated

How to Tell If You’re Dehydrated

When trying to stay active through the dog days of summer, it becomes more important than ever to make sure that you’re hydrating properly. Most doctors recommend drinking at least two daily liters of water under ordinary circumstances, but the necessary amount...

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Covid-19 And Alcoholism

Covid-19 And Alcoholism

A global pandemic, months of social isolation, job uncertainty, and not knowing when to expect a return to normalcy - to put it mildly, right now is a stressful time to be alive. If you’re finding yourself experiencing an unusually high level of anxiety or depression...

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Staying Safe In The Sun This Summer

Staying Safe In The Sun This Summer

Most of us have been cooped up indoors a lot the past few months, and it’s only natural to want to spend more time outside as the weather gets warmer. As we enter the summer, it’s okay to enjoy activities like outdoor hikes and trips to the beach as long as you...

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How To Treat A Bee Sting And When To Go To A Doctor

How To Treat A Bee Sting And When To Go To A Doctor

How to Treat a Bee Sting Since going out to eat is probably going to mean eating outside for the foreseeable future, you might want to be prepared for what could happen if some unexpected guests show up for your next picnic. Bees are necessary to the environment and...

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