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Are You Ready to Spring Forward?

Every March Daylight Savings Times starts and the time springs forward. Here are answers to five common questions to help you adjust to the time change.

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How to Stop a Stroke Before a Stroke Stops You

Learn the warning signs to look out for if someone is having a stroke and things you can you do to prevent a stroke from happening. Also, learn why programs...

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Posture Pointers

Over 80% of Americans experience back pain in their lifetime and the most common source of that pain can be attributed to poor posture. Using these simple posture pointers can make...

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Flush Away Your Cancer Risk

When it comes to screening tests, colonoscopies probably win as "least favorite", but screening is essential in the prevention and treatment of this disease. Colorectal cancer is the second leading...

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Yes, Even a Mild Concussion Is Considered a Traumatic Brain Injury

A concussion, which is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head, is a type of traumatic brain injury. Though in most cases it doesn't lead to permanent...

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Learn about the Benefits of Alcohol - In Moderation

Did you know that all types of alcohol can help lower your risk of heart disease? Registered Dietician and Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, Molly Kimball, discusses the benefits of...

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Tips to Control Acid Reflux

If you've ever had acid reflux before, you know it's not a good feeling. Acid Reflux often occurs when stomach acid washes up and irritates your throat.

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Can Omega-3s Reduce your Risk of Having a Heart Attack?

Omega-3 fatty acids, naturally found in fish, have been proven to lower blood pressure and promote heart health, but research shows that they may actually have an even stronger benefit:...

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