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Fast Action Saves Stroke Victim

June 25th started out normally for Janis Soloway, but around noon she began to feel dizzy and told her daughter’s Laurel and Leah that she didn’t feel well. As she was saying this, Janis almost fell on Laurel’s bed because … Read More >

Things to prepare before Traveling

Travel Immunizations for Your Overseas Vacation

Traveling overseas is an exciting adventure, whether it is for volunteering, work, or pleasure. But before you pack your passport, don’t forget about one important step: your travel medicine appointment. Depending on your destination, you will likely need travel immunizations, … Read More >

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Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner Stress-Free

The approach of Thanksgiving means that visiting family, Christmas shopping, and colder weather are all coming up quickly. And while those events can cause a lot of people to begin to feel more stress than normal, this time is also … Read More >

Understanding Lyme Disease

Understanding Lyme Disease

For those living in North America, especially in the Northeast and upper Midwest, watching out for ticks bearing Lyme disease is a common part of summer. The CDC estimates 300,000 cases of Lyme disease annually with the most reported cases … Read More >

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Taking Care of Yourself While Taking Care of Your Parents

Over the last several decades, many homes have experienced significant changes in the family dynamic, due in large part to the more extended life expectancies to which we have grown accustomed. With Americans living well into their 70s, 80s, and … Read More >