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  • Healthy Travel Packing List for 2021

    Healthy Travel Packing List Planning your next trip? Before you pack your bags, you’ll want to consider the healthy travel packing list below, recommended by The Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Taking the time to make a packing list will help you to feel more prepared, which will ensure a relaxing and fun vacation. […]

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  • Forgotten Childhood Events Can Affect Your Health

    Do you remember getting the chicken pox?  How about mumps or measles?  And, what about childhood surgeries?  The measles outbreak of 2019 created a public health wake-up call, and reignited the national debate regarding vaccination safety.  It also reminded many adults about how little they may know about their childhood vaccinations.  Even parents who diligently […]

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  • Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (AWS) Symptoms and Care

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock the majority of your life, you’ve heard of the classic novel Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.  In this story, Objects in Alice’s view often seem larger or smaller than they would normally appear in reality.  Visual distortions play an important role in this story.  AWS or Alice […]

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  • March Ushers in National Kidney Month!

    March is National Kidney Month in the U.S. which means its time to get talking about how our kidneys help us, how they can fail us, how we can fail them and all the ways we can help others in our community who are suffering from kidney conditions to live healthier, more fulfilling lives. Here […]