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Posted Sun, Nov 10, 2019
Thanksgiving tends to be one of the busiest days of the year for emergency rooms. How can such a relaxing holiday be so ripe for disaster? Learn about the most common reasons for Thanksgiving trips to the ER and how you can prevent them.
Posted Sat, Nov 09, 2019
You know that regular exercise can protect your heart against cardiovascular disease and avoiding smoking can help reduce your risk of developing lung cancer, but are there steps you can take to prevent Alzheimer’s disease?
Posted Tue, Nov 05, 2019
Diabetes is a serious disease that occurs when your body is unable to use or produce enough insulin, a hormone that converts glucose into energy. Our bodies break down the food we eat into glucose. Without the necessary amount of insulin, glucos...
Posted Wed, Sep 25, 2019
Catching the flu, also called seasonal influenza, can be a miserable experience—causing high fever, headaches, muscle aches, the chills, and fatigue. Avoiding the flu starts with education. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions on how to ...
Posted Tue, Aug 06, 2019
Running can be a great way to incorporate cardio into your routine and pump some stress-reducing endorphins into your system. However, if not done properly, this exercise can pose a risk of injury. This is where warming up comes in. With the rig...
Posted Thu, Jun 20, 2019
As summer drifts on, one of the most fun ways to escape the heat is by making a splash. You know to protect you and your family’s skin from the sun and keep a vigilant eye on children in the pool to avoid any scary situations, but do you know ho...
Posted Mon, Jan 21, 2019
People with Alzheimer’s disease need help with everyday tasks. Caregivers have an important responsibility to give them that help. In the event of an emergency, caregiver duties become even more critical. In recognition of both Alzheimer’s Disea...
Posted Mon, Jan 07, 2019
Asthma affects about 25 million people in the United States. Unfortunately, asthma can get worse during the winter season as cold and flu viruses spread. The lungs are already sensitive, and a respiratory illness can trigger asthma attacks easil...
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