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Raising Awareness: National Kidney Month

More than 37 million people are affected by kidney failure. The month of March is National Kidney Month. Staying informed and learning about kidney health can help you recognize the signs of kidney disease. Keep reading to learn more about kidney health, kidney disease research, and National Kidney Month. ...

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Organizing Your Medical Information for Emergencies

When you suddenly find yourself in an emergency room, it is easy to become flustered and forget important emergency medical information. The key is to be prepared by keeping your information up-to-date and easily accessible. Health Information Storage One of the easiest ways to have all your health information ...

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Poison Prevention Awareness: Tips to Prevent Poisoning at Home

With National Poison Prevention Awareness Week upon us, there’s never been a better time to increase your knowledge on poison prevention. The national awareness week was introduced back in 1961 under the Kennedy presidency. Despite efforts to increase awareness, unintentional poisoning remains to be the leading cause of accidental ...

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Caring for Your Emotional Health This 2021

This special time has made self-care a priority, and people are starting to realize how connected our body is to our lifestyle. Physical health is closely tied to emotional health, and to get the most out of your day-to-day life — you need to nourish both. Read on for ...

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5 Lifestyle Tips to Lower Your Blood Pressure

About 108 million adults in the US suffer from high blood pressure – that’s nearly half of all adults. But only about a quarter of them have the condition under control. Are you one of them? Follow these science-based tips to lower your blood pressure and take control of your health. ...

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