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Men’s Health Month: Top Health Tips for Dad

Did you know that the leading causes of death for men in the U.S. in 2021 were heart disease, cancer, and COVID-19? While the worst of the pandemic is hopefully behind us, heart disease and cancer are permanent risks that should concern all men. June is Men’s Health Month and ...

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Memorial Day Safety Tips

Memorial Day safety tips should be front and center as you make plans for the upcoming long weekend.  To help with every aspect of this holiday, we’ve put together several tips for outdoor and travel safety. Keep these in mind, and make your great time even better by ensuring everyone’s ...

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May is National Arthritis Awareness Month

In the United States, 58.5 million people have arthritis. That’s 24% of the adult population. There are many forms of arthritis. The most common of which is osteoarthritis. Other forms include rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and lupus. All can have debilitating symptoms.  One in four Americans is likely to suffer from ...

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Common Food Allergies

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, there are over 30 million people in the United States who have a food allergy. A severe allergic reaction to food results in an estimated 90,000 visits to an emergency room each year. Food allergies can develop at any stage in life ...

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Fun and Safe Spring Break Activities for the Family

Spring break activities for families can be some of the most fun that yours has all year long. Generally, it’s a time when Mother Nature is at her best, and there’s so much to look forward to. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite activities to consider ...

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Mother’s Day and Health: Ideas for the Health-Conscious Mom

Nothing compares to a mother’s love. From your first day of kindergarten to your first day of college, she’s by your side.  Mother’s Day gives us a chance to celebrate the women who gave us life. But choosing the right gift to give to dear mom year after year ...

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Playground Safety Tips for Parents

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 200,000 kids are sent to the emergency department due to injuries associated with playground equipment.  With the warm weather comes more frequent trips to the park. Whether your children are clamoring for the last swing, running for the slide, or building ...

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Signs of Spring Allergies

April showers bring May flowers. Unfortunately, those flowers might spell bad news for allergy sufferers. Spring is a beautiful season, but it’s not so delightful when you are experiencing signs of spring allergies. If you’re always feeling sick at this time of year, you may be one of many ...

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Preventing Sports Injuries

April is Youth Sports Safety Month, a good reminder for young athletes — as well their parents and coaches — of the importance of sports injury prevention. There’s no better time to discuss the best methods for preventing sports injuries than this month. Exercise helps kids keep their bodies fit and healthy ...

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What is Colorectal Cancer?

Does colorectal cancer or colon cancer run in your family? If you are about to turn 45 and you were advised by your physician to undergo a colonoscopy, read this article to understand why getting screened is a life-saving decision.  What Is Colorectal Cancer? Often called colon cancer for ...

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