Improving Health and Quality of Life After Cancer

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Improving Health and Quality of Life After Cancer Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC While cancer survivors are living longer after their diagnosis, at least one-third of the more than 15 million survivors in the United States face physical, … Read More

Deaths from Alzheimer’s Disease

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Deaths from Alzheimer’s Disease Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Alzheimer’s disease, a fatal form of dementia, is a public health problem. Alzheimer’s disease-related deaths have increased over the past 16 years in every race, sex, and ethnicity category, … Read More

Are you engaged?

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Are you engaged? Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Keeping Engaged Socially is good for your health! We are not talking about your marital status. We mean, do you participate in activities that connect you with other people? As … Read More

Salmonella and Eggs

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Salmonella and Eggs Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Eggs are one of nature’s most nutritious and economical foods. But you must take special care when handling and preparing fresh eggs and egg products to avoid foodborne illness, sometimes … Read More

Designing Walkable Communities

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Designing Walkable Communities Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Learn how improving walkability provides many opportunities for people to be physically active. Walking is an excellent way to help people become more active and improve their health. It is … Read More

Five Tips for a Healthy Vacation

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Five Tips for a Healthy Vacation U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Planning your next beach vacation? While having fun in the sun, consider these five tips to make sure your trip is a healthy one. Avoid Tanning, Be Sun … Read More

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