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What You Should Know about Breast Cancer and Women’s Preventive Screenings

Preventive care could save your life. Screening for breast cancer can help detect the disease in its early stages, when it’s easier to treat. Are you following the screening guidelines?

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During the 1980s, AIDS became a part of our vocabulary. With it, AIDS awareness became critical to our health education, as we learned that the disease existed and how it spread. While you...
Surely you’ve heard of it, but do you know exactly what arthritis is? Here are some interesting facts about arthritis that everyone needs to know. 1. There are over 100 types of...
Write it in your heart that every day is the best day of the year ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Have you ever wondered how people who seem to have so little can seem so grateful? How do parents...
“I have cancer.” The three words you never want to hear from a friend, family member or significant other. Finding out that a loved one is sick can be very scary and overwhelming...
Diabetes is a disease in which blood sugar level, or blood glucose, is too high. For a person with diabetes, the pancreas either doesn’t make enough insulin or the body is unable...
Busy schedules (both yours and the doctor’s) may lead you to think you don’t have time to call or visit with your doctor. Good news! Seeing a doctor right away, when you’re...
Is getting organized on your list of to-dos? What about healthy living? Why not combine the two? Get out the calendar or an app and schedule your health and wellness appointments. While...
Welcome to part 2 of my healthy aging article! As you may recall, I previously talked about how Americans are living longer , outlasting previous generations by a decade or more ! So if...
Next time you tell yourself that you can’t exercise because you have too many chores, consider combining the two. Welcome to the idea of using household chores as a way to exercise...