Category Archives: Wellness

Eating Healthy in the New Year

A well-balanced, nutritious diet is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. And as eating healthier is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions, this article will provide beneficial tips and information to help you eat healthier in 2023.

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Maintaining a Healthy Bladder

Bladder-related health conditions affect tens of millions of Americans. This article provides several helpful tips to aid you in maintaining a healthy bladder.

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Keeping Healthy and Safe During Winter

The colder winter months provide family fun during the holidays and plenty of opportunities to participate in exciting wintertime activities. However, safety and health are always top priorities, and this article provides information on maintaining both.

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Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness

This first week of December is Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week. These inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) affect more than one million people throughout the US. This article will provide helpful information on both of these medical conditions, giving you a better understanding of their symptoms and some ways to mitigate them.

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August Is Summer Sun Safety Month

Summertime weather is excellent for spending time outdoors and getting some sun. But as the ultraviolet light the sun emits is one of the leading causes of skin cancer, it is vital to protect yourself from overexposing yourself. This article will provide some helpful guidance on how best to protect yourself from the potentially damaging […]

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June Is National Aphasia Awareness Month

In the US, around 2 million people struggle with the health condition known as aphasia, a disorder that impacts brain function. As June is National Aphasia Awareness Month, this article will provide information on this brain disorder and ways to help mitigate its symptoms.

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May Is Celiac Disease Awareness Month

Also known as gluten-sensitive enteropathy, celiac sprue, and nontropical sprue, celiac disease affects millions of Americans. In recognition of Celiac Disease Awareness Month, this article will provide helpful information about celiac disease and some healthy dieting tips beneficial to those with or without this medical condition.

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April Is National Move More Month

Initiated by the American Heart Association, National Move More Month promotes the benefits of physical activity while raising awareness on the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. This article will discuss the advantages of getting regular physical activity and provide helpful tips on achieving overall well-being.

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March Is National Kidney Month

Nearly 40 million American adults are living with chronic kidney disease. Unfortunately, due to the subtleties of chronic kidney disease symptoms, most people are unaware they have this health condition until the symptoms become severe. This article will provide information on the kidneys and tips that help promote kidney health in light of National Kidney […]

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February Is American Heart Month

First celebrated in February 1964, American Heart Month aims to spread awareness about cardiovascular diseases to mitigate their devastating impact on the American people. In this article, we are going to provide you with information correlating to heart disease along with some effective measures you can take to promote a healthy heart.

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