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Posted Mon, Nov 28, 2022
When there's a concern that your local water supply could be contaminated with bacteria or viruses, your area is placed under a boil water advisory.
Posted Tue, Nov 01, 2022
Two outs, two strikes and there’s a runner on third. You’re at the edge of your seat (maybe not even in it at this point), you’re shaking, palms clenched and sweaty, stomach full of butterflies.
Posted Tue, Oct 25, 2022
There are plenty of supplements and products claiming to help boost immunity. But supporting a healthy immune system is more complicated than taking a mix of vitamins and minerals packaged into a pill or powder.
Posted Mon, Oct 17, 2022
When considering ways to stay healthy, a multivitamin may seem like a sensible, easy choice.
Posted Thu, Sep 22, 2022
You probably already have a long list of things to get done, and we don't take lightly adding on to it. But it's time to talk about why — and when — prostate cancer screening
Posted Thu, Jul 21, 2022
Every day can feel like a scorcher during the summer months. And it’s important to take the heat seriously since overheating can pose a risk to your health.
Posted Fri, Jun 24, 2022
Parents of roughly 20 million of our country's youngest children have been stuck in a holding pattern when it comes to getting their kids vaccinated against COVID-19.
Posted Tue, Jun 21, 2022
Most wounds are minor cuts and scrapes that — with the right care — you can handle on your own at home.
Posted Mon, May 16, 2022
It's one of your five basic senses, but how much do you really know about your hearing?
Posted Fri, May 06, 2022
Whether it's keeping you up at night or interrupting your day — or both — dealing with a cough is no fun. Particularly if it's not going away.
Posted Sun, Mar 27, 2022
Headaches happen.
Posted Tue, Mar 01, 2022
Whether it's a charley horse or a random leg spasm that startles you awake, we've all experienced a muscle cramp before.
Posted Wed, Feb 09, 2022
You're not alone if you're confused about whether you're exercising enough. Many people are unsure whether they regularly hit an acceptable level.
Posted Mon, Jan 03, 2022
As the omicron variant continues to spread, you may be wondering what impact it will have on you, your loved ones and your community, and what to do if you get sick.
Posted Thu, Dec 23, 2021
How to make the most of a challenging time.
Posted Mon, Dec 13, 2021
Your feet haven't even touched the floor but you're already dreading the day ahead of you, completely sure that everything and everyone will be irritating.
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