• Wellness Awareness

    7 tips for relieving spring allergy symptoms


    If you suffer from seasonal allergies, they probably tend to affect you the most during the spring, when trees, grasses and weeds all release pollen into the air. While there’s no cure for seasonal allergies, knowing the causes can help you manage your symptoms.

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    What are the signs of Parkinson's disease?


    Mohammad Ali. Michael J. Fox. Johnny Cash. Estelle Getty. Charles Schultz. What do all of these celebrities have in common? They all have or had Parkinson’s disease.

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    Foods to eat (and foods to avoid) when you have the flu


    Let's face it: When you're sick with the flu, eating might not seem like an appealing idea. But your body needs nutrients and calories during illness more than ever. Good nutrition boosts your immune system, helping it fight the virus. You don't have to eat a lot, but the right foods can make all the difference in your recovery.

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    Kidney stones: What causes them and how they can be prevented


    Passing a kidney stone is a painful experience many have likened to childbirth. Although it is possible to have a kidney stone and not experience any symptoms, it is rare.

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    What causes bad breath?


    When your friend offers you a stick of gum, are they simply trying to be nice, or could they be trying to let you know your breath could use some freshening?

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    How to fight fall asthma attacks


    Along with changing colors and brisk weather, fall often brings coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath for people with asthma. For some, these symptoms are only a nuisance, but for others, it can be a major medical problem — perhaps even a life-threatening one.

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    Get the facts on diabetes for American Diabetes Month


    According to the American Diabetes Association, approximately 9.3 percent of the American population has diabetes — that’s nearly 30 million people. An estimated one in three of those cases are undiagnosed. That means that odds are, either you or someone you know has diabetes, whether they know it or not. 

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    Do you need a flu shot?


    With the arrival of flu season, you may be wondering if you really need to get a flu shot this year.

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    Text neck: What is it and how can it be prevented?


    Whether you’re using your device for work or for catching some Pok√©mon, here are a few tips to help you avoid this all-too-common condition.

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    10 questions to ask before having bariatric surgery


    Have you been considering weight loss surgery? While bariatric surgery has been successful for many patients, it's not right for everyone. Before making the big decision to have bariatric surgery, ask your doctor these questions.

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