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By Katy Siwirski Now that winter is practically here, it is time to focus on the holidays and your surrounding loved ones. It is important to embrace friends and family during the holiday season. If available, it is quite typical to spoil your significant other during the holidays. This can elevate ...

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By Brandi Aurelio With the holiday season quickly approaching, you’re probably starting to finish up your gift purchases. You might be looking into gifts for children and toddlers. How can you be sure what you are buying is safe for your young loved one? With these tips from Baby Center, you’ll ...

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By Sue Perbody Many people are familiar with the dreaded feeling of headaches of various forms. Some of these include migraines, cluster headaches, and tension headaches. Headaches are an issue that not all people know how to treat or identify properly. I am here to discuss the symptoms, treatments,...

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By Shahneel Ahmed Naturally occurring sugar is found in foods that contain carbohydrates, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy. Consuming this sugar is not harmful to one’s health. The body digests foods that contain natural sugar slowly, and the sugar offers a steady supply of energy to ...

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By Diane Woolverton With the holiday upon us, people with diabetes may find it difficult to resist all those holiday sweets and yummy temptations. It may be easy to turn away from the candy offered in the mall as we shop, but when it comes to sitting down to those scrumptious holiday meals desserts ...

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By Katy Siwirski With Halloween ending and the holidays approaching, now is the time to focus on keeping up on your physical health. You‘re trying to avoid that big pile of candy, and you’re worrying about finances for the upcoming holiday season. The approaching time of festivities is typically...

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By Veronica Golden 1. Be patient with your body. Often times there is an adjustment to dialysis when you first start. Your body is used to accumulated toxins in your body. Sometimes you feel worse before you feel better. There are bumps in the road for even the most “seasoned” dialysis patient- ...

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By Katy Siwirski The influenza virus, also known as the flu, is a highly contagious respiratory illness that is caused by viral infections to the nose, throat, and sometimes lungs. Compared to a cold, the flu usually comes on suddenly. It can be best prevented by receiving a flu vaccine every year. ...

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