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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

About 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her life. For women in the U.S., breast cancer death rates are higher than those for any other cancer, besides lung cancer. This is why it is extremely important for women to get...

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COVID-19 Delta Variant: What To Know

COVID-19 Delta Variant: What To Know

The beginnings of vaccine availability this spring gave us the best glimpse so far of life after the COVID pandemic. Unfortunately, after an optimistic beginning to the summer, the situation remains in flux. Cases are once again on the rise, owing in large part to the...

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Is Your Headache A Migraine?

Is Your Headache A Migraine?

No one likes to feel a headache coming on, but it’s a familiar sensation for just about everybody. When you start to feel a dull pain in your temples, you might not think that much of it. Maybe you’re just stressed. You might just need to take an aspirin or lie down...

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July is UV Safety Awareness Month

July is UV Safety Awareness Month

Getting out and enjoying the sunshine is an essential part of just about every fun thing we look forward to doing in the summer, whether it’s hiking, going to the beach, riding your bike -- you name it. Taking in some rays can boost your vitamin D levels, which has a...

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Men’s Health Awareness Month

Men’s Health Awareness Month

The old joke is that men hate asking for directions, and while that premise may be a little out of date in the era of smartphones and Google Maps, it does still hold true that members of the male gender in general seem to be more averse to asking for help. If it means...

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Attending Events in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Attending Events in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

After a full year of dealing with the daily realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, we may finally be seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. As the vaccine grows in availability and more Americans begin to be inoculated against the coronavirus, we can finally begin...

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When is Stomach Pain a Reason to Worry?

When is Stomach Pain a Reason to Worry?

We all deal with abdominal pain from time to time, and while a stomach ache is never fun, it’s a common enough occurrence that most of us know that it’s not usually the end of the world. The issue could be as simple as gas or eating too much too fast, in which case...

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Why is Asthma Worse During Winter?

Why is Asthma Worse During Winter?

Winter can be a tough time to stay healthy for a lot of reasons. Bad weather and short days mean most of us are living a more sedentary lifestyle during this time of year, reaching for comfort foods and sapping our vitamin D supply. And that’s not to mention what the...

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6 Tips for Staying Safe & Healthy During the Winter

6 Tips for Staying Safe & Healthy During the Winter

Winter doesn’t officially begin until the solstice on December 21st, but frosty weather and short days are already upon us and it’s a good idea to get prepared for the days looming ahead. While 2020 going into 2021 will be a winter season that presents a number of...

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The Flu Vaccine: Fact or Fiction

The Flu Vaccine: Fact or Fiction

It may be odd to think about it given how much this year has been dominated by the coronavirus pandemic, but flu season is arriving once more, right on schedule, and it’s time to think about getting vaccinated against influenza. While medical professionals...

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