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Celebrating the Holidays During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Wondering whether you should travel to Grandma’s house this year? Here’s what to consider. This year has been...
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5 Easy Ways To Make the Holiday Season Healthier

From keeping leftovers safe to managing holiday stress, these tips can help make the holiday season a little merr...
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What Is a Normal Body Temperature?

It’s 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, right? Not necessarily, and here’s why that matters. If you’ve ever taken you...
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Celebrating the Holidays During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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5 Easy Ways To Make the Holiday Season Healthier

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What Is a Normal Body Temperature?

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5 Helpful Mammogram Facts Everyone Should Know

Misinformation surrounding mammograms can lead to anxiety. Get the facts about this important part of preventive ...
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6 Myths About Urinary Incontinence in Women

There are several misconceptions about urinary incontinence in women, including that it’s a condition without e...
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5 Ways to Protect Yourself From the Flu and Other Respiratory Illnesses

It’s more important than ever to take steps to reduce your risk for respiratory illnesses like the flu, colds a...
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6 Possible Reasons Why You Have Swollen Feet, Ankles or Legs

Occasional swelling of your lower extremities can be caused by everything from salty food to standing too long. H...
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How Long Does the Flu Last and Other Flu FAQs

Find out the truth about some common myths and misconceptions about influenza. If you feel like you’re coming d...
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5 Things To Know Before Choosing a Hearing Aid

Our expert audiologist shares tips on how to pick the best hearing aid for you, including what types of devices a...
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How Cell Yell Could Be Harming Your Voice

It’s not just talking on your cell phone — all those conference calls and virtual meetings may also be taking...
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Could I Have a Latex Allergy?

Latex allergy symptoms can range from mild to life-threatening. Here’s what you need to know. The last time you...
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