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  • How to Protect Your Hearing This Summer0

    Summer weather gets more people outside swimming, working in the yard, and attending concerts, car races, and fireworks shows. Don’t put your hearing at risk while you have fun this summer; take the necessary precautions to protect your ears. According to the Hearing Health Foundation, the number of Americans with hearing loss doubled from 2000

  • Summer Sports Safety0

    Now that the summer weather is here, it seems easy to jump right into athletic activity and pick up right where you left off last year. Unfortunately, over 3.5 million people in the U.S. suffer sports related injuries each year, with a large portion during the summer months. If the body is not properly trained,

  • Limit Screen Time to Get Kids Moving this Summer0

    Parents often complain about how childhood looks so different today, compared to when they were children. Today, kids have technology at their fingertips 24 hours a day—TV, smartphones, YouTube, and video games. Research backs these complaints. A 2018 study from Common Sense Media, showed pre-teens are spending six hours per day in front of a

  • There is Life After Stroke

    There is Life After Stroke0

    Every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a stroke. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death, and the number one cause of disability. Rapid treatment for stroke is the key to preventing long-term disability. A stroke occurs when blood flow and oxygen to the brain is interrupted. This loss of blood and oxygen

  • Giving the Gift of Life0

    Each day across America 20 people will die while waiting for a lifesaving organ transplant. Imagine the faces of those 20 individuals. It might be a father with a heart condition too ill to work, a college student dependent on a dialysis machine or a small child desperate for a liver transplant. Now imagine being

  • Survive and Thrive During Menopause0

    Although menopause is a natural part of aging for women, many women aren’t happy when they start recognizing the signs. Technically, menopause is when a woman stops menstruating— signaling the end of her ability to develop eggs and reproduce. Emotionally, many women feel the transition is more like a roller coaster ride. Menopause usually happens

  • Relationships and Social Connections Can Help You Live Longer0

    There are many ways to improve your health, well-being, and chances of living longer. Typically, Americans will try to lose weight, exercise daily, and eat well. While all of those play an important role in your health and happiness, studies show people who have satisfying relationships with family, friends, and their community are happier, have

  • Living Liver Donation: The Gift of Life0

    April is National Donate Life Month and a good time to remind people that organ donation is not just something you agree to upon your death. The 14,000 to 17,000 people currently on the waiting list for a liver transplant don’t need to wait for a donor to die, you could donate today. Liver transplants

  • Stop Your Heart Attack Right Now0

    Stop your heart attack emergency right now before it begins. Many people who reach the point of having a heart attack say they didn’t know they were at risk. Have you discussed your risks with your family doctor recently? Is your blood pressure at an acceptable level? Do you know your cholesterol numbers? If you

  • Healthy Eating: Myths vs. Facts0

    A myth is advice that becomes popular without facts to back it up. When it comes to healthy eating, it can be challenging to sort through what’s fact and what’s a myth. It’s important to learn the facts about what you’re eating so you can make the most informed food choices and learn how to