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  • Diabetes Facts from Head to Toe0

    An estimated 9% of Americans are living with diabetes — about 30 million people. It’s important to learn the facts about diabetes so you can stay healthy from head to toe. Know the Types Having diabetes means your body has trouble regulating glucose and does one of two things: it either doesn’t make enough of

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  • Can Vaping Make You Sick?0

    Although electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, have been available in the U.S. market since 2007, use of them has exploded in recent years, even as traditional cigarette use decreased – especially in the youth population. Good Intentions Electronic cigarettes, or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), refers to a variety of items, including vape pens,

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  • Halloween Safety 101 by Annalisa Negrea, RN, BSN, CEN0

    Halloween is a great time to watch scary movies and tell ghost stories, but you want to make sure your kids stay safe while having fun. According to the National Safety Council, there are an estimated 3,800 injuries related to Halloween activities each year. From the costumes and the candy to the pumpkin carving, it

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  • Getting to Know Your Body Essential to Early Detection0

    According to statistics provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), each year in the U.S., about 245,000 cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in women and about 2,600 in men. About 41,000 women and 460 men in the U.S. die each year from breast cancer. Over the last decade, the rate of

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  • The Other Drug Problem: Medication Safety0

    You probably understand the importance of taking your medications correctly, but you may not be as familiar with how improperly storing and disposing your medications could be creating another problem. Although your medications keep you healthy and feeling better, they can be extremely dangerous if they are taken by someone else or in the wrong

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  • What to Do About the Flu0

    If you’re thinking about skipping this year’s flu shot, consider this: arming yourself against the flu may help reduce the overall risk to your family, friends, and others in your community. If you have young children, elderly family members, or come in contact with people who have asthma, diabetes, COPD, cancer, heart disease, or other

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  • When is it Time for Hernia Surgery?0

    Have you ever noticed a small bulge in your abdomen or groin? Even if it isn’t painful, it could be a hernia. Unfortunately, aside from resting and taking ibuprofen for pain, there isn’t much you can do on your own to treat a hernia, but have a general surgeon repair the hernia. What is a

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  • Backpack Safety: Lighten Your Load This School Year0

    The new school year is here, which means you’ve probably finished your back-to-school shopping. But, in addition to the important decision of what clothes to buy your kids, you should also make sure you take time to buy a quality backpack that won’t cause your child an injury. The American Physical Therapy Association says as

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  • Beating Back to School Stress0

    Whether your kids are in elementary school, high school, or college, going back to school is a transition that can affect the whole family. However, it doesn’t need to be filled with stress and anxiety. Here are a few tips to help your child stay calm and allow them to enjoy the experience of going

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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

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