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    • MAY 15, 2018
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    4 Other Ways To Protect Against Skin Cancer

    Emily S. Ruiz, MD, MPH Contributor It’s almost May and here in the Northeast, front-of-the-pharmacy aisles are filled with myriad brands and types of sunscreen. While sunscreen is essential to lowering your risk for skin cancer, there are other simple, over-the-counter options you can incorporate into your summer skin protection routine. Nicotinamide may help prevent

    • MAY 11, 2018
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    What Is Tick-induced Mammalian Meat Allergy?

    If you’ve never heard of tick-induced mammalian meat allergy, you’re not alone. That’s because it’s a relatively new phenomenon — the first reported case happened in 2007. Since the disease is so new, there’s still a lot to learn about it. So far, scientists know that people who have been bitten by a tick in

    • MAY 7, 2018
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    Harvard’s Take On The Apple Cider Vinegar Diet!

    Apple cider vinegar diet: Does it really work? POSTED APRIL 25, 2018, 10:30 AM Robert H. Shmerling, MD Faculty Editor, Harvard Health Publishing Follow me on Twitter @RobShmerling People search for information on a wide variety of health topics in Google and other search engines. That’s no surprise. But I was surprised to learn that “apple cider vinegar

    • MAY 1, 2018
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    Go Wild To Get The Health Benefits Of Salmon!!

    Salmon is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is the centerpiece of a heart-healthy Mediterranean diet — also considered a brain-saving diet by many. It also contains stores of Vitamin B12, potassium and cancer-crushing selenium. But salmon isn’t always good for you. In fact, sometimes it’s downright dangerous. It all

    • APRIL 28, 2018
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    6 Ways To Use Your Mind To Control Pain

    Relaxation, meditation, positive thinking, and other mind-body techniques can help reduce your need for pain medication. Drugs are very good at getting rid of pain, but they often have unpleasant, and even serious, side effects when used for a long time. If you have backache, fibromyalgia, arthritis, or other chronic pain that interferes with your daily

    • APRIL 23, 2018
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    Ear Wax Advice!!

    Got an ear full? Here’s some advice for earwax! The genesis and treatment of a common ear condition Some earwax is good for your ears, so often the best policy is to leave it alone. And a few drops of water may be all you need to get rid of a blockage. Earwax, a bodily

    • APRIL 17, 2018
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    Fruits & Vegetables – The Dirty Dozen and The Clean Fifteen!!

    Eating organic is great for your health… but not for your bank account. Research shows that most organic food costs about 20 percent more than its conventional counterpart. And after a particularly hefty bill at Whole Foods, you may find yourself wondering… Do I really need to buy everything organic? Well, the truth is, you probably don’t.

    • APRIL 11, 2018
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    Are You Taking Too Much Anti-inflammatory Medicine?

    You might call them pain relievers. You might take them for back pain, headache, or arthritis. Your doctor calls them “NSAIDs,” which stands for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Whatever you call them and for whatever reason you take them, NSAIDs are among the most popular medications worldwide. In fact, estimates suggest that about 15% of the

    • APRIL 4, 2018
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    4 Tricks To Rev Up Your Memory!

    We all have moments of forgetfulness about where we put the keys, why we walked into a room, or what an object is called. Most likely, this reflects age-related changes in thinking skills. “In terms of brain function, everyone has a decline over time in all areas, with the exception of vocabulary,” says Dr. Joel

    • MARCH 27, 2018
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    Hot Or Cold: What’s Best For Pain?

    Whether you’re hurting from knee pain, a stiff shoulder, elbow tendonitis, arthritis or a recent minor injury, it doesn’t matter… What does matter is stopping the pain. If it’s bearable and you want to get relief without running to the doctor’s office, there are a few things to try. Commonly, hot or cold therapy can