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By Shahneel Ahmed Ovaries are reproductive glands found only in females. The ovaries produce eggs, which travel through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus where the fertilized egg implants and develops into a fetus. In addition, the ovaries are the m...

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By Brandi Aurelio Have you heard of this new diet fad called the Keto diet? There have been tons of success stories floating around, but what exactly is this Keto diet? The short definition of the Keto diet is assuming a low carbohydrate (carbs)/high fat ...

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By Katy Siwirski Alzheimer’s is a common form of dementia that affects the ability to retain memory and other cognitive abilities that causes interruptions with one’s daily life. Alzheimer’s differs from dementia in the sense that Alzheimer’s is a...

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By Jenny T Bagen, MS, PMHNP-BC There is growing controversy about the prescription of Stimulants for Adults 40 and over by Pharmacists, and medical and psychiatric providers. There is apprehension about prescribing controlled substances risk for patient a...

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By Bridget Fallon You work very hard for your money, so you want to find a way to make your pay work for you. When it comes to getting your checks from an employer, you typically have the option to either cash the check or direct deposit it into your bank...

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By Canny Savanney Breathe in deep, and exhale. It is finally time for parents to breathe easy again with school back on the radar. No more trying to figure out what summer activities to do to keep those little ones busy as bees. So, the school list from t...

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By Webster Tilton I’m not a gambler, but at this point even I have to take a serious look at getting in on what Uber has been up to. According to MarketWatch.com, their net sales are up 63% from this same time last year, and they’re expanding aggressi...

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By Susanna Schenk The back to school sales have been running since the beginning of July, when September seemed too far in the future to think about backpacks, lunches and the 40 pounds of required notebooks, paper, folders, crayons, markers, pens and pen...

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By Oliver Clarke Being happy is not a miraculous occurrence; it is a skill borne of resilience and practice. When you make deliberate choices to encourage your happiness, you will find yourself less unhappy everywhere, even at work. Prepare yourself for a...

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