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  1. August 28, 2019

    Spring Allergies

    As you make your annual trip to the local drugstore for this season’s allergy medicine, don’t forget about your furry friends back home who could also be suffering with the hypothetical sniffles. Though cats and dogs can be allergic…
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  2. August 28, 2019

    Back to School Bacteria

    Heading back to campus, or making your first trip on move-in day can signify the start of some of the best times of your life - if you play it right. College campuses, though they harbor tons of fun and learning possibilities, also function as…
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  3. February 26, 2019

    All About Lupus

    Lupus is an autoimmune disease that affects nearly 1.5 million Americans, 90% of which are women.…
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  4. February 05, 2019

    Winter Weather Aches and Pains

    Arthritis is the blanket term applied to joint pain or disease. Symptoms of arthritis
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  5. January 19, 2019

    How to Handle Asthma During the Winter Months

    Asthma is chronic disease that restricts the movement of air into and out of the lungs. Most often, this restriction is caused by the lungs being swollen or inflamed. Because your lungs are…
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  6. November 27, 2018

    November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month!

    Epilepsy is neurological disorder that causes seizures , unusual behavior, sensations, and even loss of awareness (
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  7. November 16, 2018

    November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month!

    Epilepsy is neurological disorder that causes seizures , unusual behavior, sensations, and even loss of awareness (
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  8. November 14, 2018

    August is National Immunization Awareness Month!

    National Immunization Awareness Month, or NIAM, was created by the National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC). In August, NIAM is celebrated to encourage the vaccination of people of all ages. During this month, the NPHIC, in…
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  9. November 09, 2018

    More About Mumps!

    Though there is a vaccine for mumps, regularly there are outbreaks in the United States among the unvaccinated population. Most commonly, this is among people…
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  10. August 24, 2018

    How to Avoid Computer Vision Syndrome

    Also known as Digital Eye Strain, Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) involves a series of symptoms caused by prolonged screen use. Cell phones, computer screens, tablets, even e-readers can cause…
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  11. April 19, 2018

    Developing a Checklist for Food Safety Audits

    Going into 2017, the FSMA will be essential and top of mind for all food quality assurance specialists. In manufacturing of any kind, quality assurance is essential. But when it comes to…
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  12. March 29, 2018

    How to Tell: Allergies, Cold, or Flu?

    As the weather gets warmer and we spend more time outside, it can be hard to tell what exactly is causing our sniffles. Though it could very possibly be a springtime reaction to all the pollen floating around, it could be a cold or even the flu.…
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  13. February 08, 2018

    February is National Chocolate Lovers Month: 5 Reasons to Love Chocolate!

    With Valentine’s Day approaching, the nationwide chocolate intake rate is about to skyrocket. While this might sound scary to calorie-counters and dentists alike, (dark) chocolate actually can supply the body with tons of health-boosting…
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  14. November 23, 2017

    A Healthy Guide to Thanksgiving Leftovers!

    Thanksgiving is a holiday devoted to eating good food. For those of us who are working on trimming and toning, this may seem like the ultimate roadblock on our road to perfect health. It doesn’t have to be! While there are a lot of ways to…
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  15. September 28, 2017

    Quick Fixes to Your Excuses for Not Exercising

    Trapped behind desks and computer screens, the average working adult probably isn’t getting the recommended daily 30 minute exercise break they need. With boost to recall abilities, energy levels, and overall health, it seems like working out…
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  16. September 14, 2017

    How Dirty is Your Phone?

    Antibacterial soap and hand sanitizers are great ways to fight germs, but what about all the bacteria living - and thriving!- on your cell phone? We’ve all heard that the average dog harbors less bacteria in its mouths than a human, but recent…
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  17. September 07, 2017

    September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

    Defined in its simplest terms, obesity is having an excess body weight for a particular height. Based on one’s body mass index (BMI), obesity in children is diagnosed when the child ranks in the 95th percentile or above. More abstractly,…
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  18. September 01, 2017

    Retaining Quality Employees

    A business is only a good as it’s worst employee - but what if you have no bad employees? A key to success in the business world is maintaining quality employees. If a corporation can be successful in retaining an impressive and loyal staff,…
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  19. August 23, 2017

    Don't Lose Sight of What's Important: Tips to Maintaining Your Eyesight

    As long days staring into too-bright computer screens turn into long nights squinting at dimly lit textbooks, nothing is as critical to monitor as one’s eye health. Even though regular visits to the eye doctor are a necessity (yes, even if you…
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  20. August 16, 2017

    Your Pet and the Pests to Look Out For

    Though the days of biting mosquitoes and buzzing flies are almost at an end for those of us at the last few weeks of summer vacation, for our pets, the battle against bugs is still very present. Ensuring you treat your pets when you find a pest…
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  21. August 10, 2017

    Sunscreen: What to Remember at the End of Summer

    As summer winds down and we use any excuse we can to get out in the sun, it’s important we don’t let our desire to perfect our tans leave us hiding under huge straw hats, lathering aloe on sunburned skin. Though only 5% of the sun’s UV rays…
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