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Wintertime Injuries to Watch for and How to Prevent Them

Wintertime comes with its fair share of severe injuries, and the cold weather can make it hurt more.  Most injuries during the winter season are treatable but extremely painful nevertheless. Activities such as snowboarding, hiking, traveling, and even simple day-to-day chores are intensive and quite the task during colder months. Not to mention, the snow …

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What types of flu shots are available?

Influenza, or flu, is a highly contagious respiratory illness. It stems from viruses and infections that cause an infection in the throat, nose, and in rare cases, the lungs. Influenza is generally a condition that resolves on its own with minimal complications. However, the severity of influenza ranges from mild to severe, which implies it …

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Who shouldn’t travel during the COVID pandemic this holiday season?

The 21st century has witnessed changes in almost all fields, but the current pandemic has left everyone stumped. No one was ready for a change this monumental, that took over every aspect of our lives and made us rectify our lifestyle in favor of adaptability. Travelling was no exception; since COVID-19 is a transmittable virus, …

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Christmas Decoration Injuries

Christmas time is a time filled with joy and gifts, but for many unlikely individuals each year, it’s filled with trips to the ER as well. Christmas decorations result in roughly 15,000 ER visits from December to January. With the significant increase in patient volume, doctors have noticed a pattern of some of the most …

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How to Keep Your Thanksgiving Cold and Flu-Free

Keep Your Friends and Family Healthy This Holiday Season This Thanksgiving, pass the turkey, not the flu! Illnesses, such as the flu, can be transferred through sneezing, coughing or surface contamination. According to the CDC, germs can live approximately two hours on surfaces such as doorknobs or kitchen counters. With a few preventative steps, your …

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How much candy is too much on Halloween?

Every year on October 31st, children gather in the streets to trick-or-treat. Along with costumes and parties, candy plays a massive role in this holiday. So how do you approach eating Halloween candy, and how do you decide how much is too much? Many factors should go into this decision based on you and your …

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Back to School: Staying Healthy In and Out of the Classroom

Kids spend more time at school during the year than anywhere else, and while every parent knows the back to school season is filled with shopping excursions, new school supplies and other preparations, there is one other important thing many people forget. It’s time to make your children’s health part of your back to school …

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Eat This, Not That: What’s In Your Fridge?

We don’t know about you, but sometimes it seems like unhealthy temptations lurk around every corner! Whether it’s a whipped cream smothered coffee drink or a savory fried dinner option, making healthy lifestyle choices can be a challenge! At the same time, we are also bombarded by new health and lifestyle fads at every turn. …

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Labor Day Is Coming! Are You Being a Responsible Worker?

Labor Day, a celebration of the spirit and dignity of the American worker, has been a regular fixture in the United States since the late 19th century. It became a national holiday under President Grover Cleveland and focuses on the American worker and the progress toward making work safe and rewarding for all. One of …

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