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Did You Know? 15 Percent of People Who Survive Heart Attacks Develop PTSD

Heart disease is a very serious illness that affects millions of Americans. It’s also the #1 cause of death in the United States, according to Medical News Today. Thousands of people die each year of heart attacks and heart disease. Many more people survive heart attacks, fortunately. However, that doesn’t mean they’re out of the […]

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How to Clean and Kill COVID-19 Without Harsh Chemicals

Even as scientists were racing to determine how COVID-19 was spreading, the World Health Organization officially declared the deadly outbreak to be a global pandemic in early March. Since then, the virus has infected millions across the globe and normal daily life has ground to a halt. Everyone is looking for ways to protect themselves, […]

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Daily Walking Reduces Risk of Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

Walking has often been promoted as good for us. Specifically, it has been shown to aid in weight loss, help alleviate stress and depression, and keep our knees oiled up and working properly. But did you know that walking daily can also help decrease your risk of diabetes and high blood pressure? According to recent […]

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FDA Issues Boxed Warning for Allergy Drug Singulair – What You Need to Know

With the arrival of March, spring is just around the corner. However, there has been spring-like weather in many areas of the country lately, which means pollen is already starting to spring up. As a result, more people are turning to their allergy medication to keep their springtime allergies at bay. While there are many […]

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Signs a Caregiver May Be Burning Out and How to Help

Caring for the elderly or chronically ill can take its toll on even the most kind-hearted, generous people. They take on the responsibility out of love, or sometimes obligation, and can all too often find themselves in over their heads. Caregivers frequently get so wrapped up in taking care of others that they forget to […]

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Flu Season Off To An Early Start: More Than 3 Million Cases in USA

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 80,000 people lost their lives to the flu in 2018. If that was any indication of things to come, then 2019 could be record-breaking. The CDC is closely monitoring the number of people affected by the flu this year, and the numbers are staggering. […]

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Diabetes and IBD Can Raise Your Risk for Rheumatoid Arthritis

The exact cause of Rheumatoid arthritis has escaped the diagnosis of the medical community for some time. However, the mayo clinic is possibly a step closer to the answer. The Clinic recently published a study that examined 3,276 people. Of this group, 821 of the individuals suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers were able to conclude […]

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Shingles Vaccine Now in Short Supply Due to Demand

Are you hoping to get your shingles vaccine? If so, you may have a wait. The high demand for this vaccine has led to a shortage of it in some areas. You can still get this vaccine if you know where to look and how to ask for the immunization. What Are the Shingles? The […]

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How to Stimulate Appetite

It’s safe to say that most people have problems controlling their appetite especially with the not-so-healthy foods such as cookies, cakes, donuts, candy and all the other processed carbs that are on the grocery shelves and served in fast-food restaurants. They taste so good, but they are extremely low nutritional value, so they don’t add […]

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8 Techniques to Help Improve Your Memory

As we age, it’s possible we’ll experience some memory loss. However, you could have suffered a tragic accident and struggle to remember simple things. Whatever the case, there are ways to get your memory back in working order. Try these eight techniques to help improve your memory. 1. Exercise Exercise is known to clear our […]

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