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2017-2018 Flu Season, Be safe and vaccinate
06
Dec

2017-2018 Flu Season

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Thank you NBC NEWS & CDC for this insightful information. For the full article please click here.

It looks like the Flu Season has gotten a head start this year. Getting an annual flu vaccine is the first and best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu. Flu vaccination can reduce flu illnesses, doctors’ visits, and missed work and school due to flu, as well as prevent flu-related hospitalizations

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S.O.S. Sperm is in trouble
26
Jul

Sperm is in trouble

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Story by: Robert Gebelhoff - Thank you Washington Post for this insightful article. Original Article, CLICK HERE.

It's time to start paying attention to information that has been just easily dismissed by all of us . . .

For years, researchers have warned that the male sperm count has been in a substantial decline. And for years, skeptics have waved those researchers away as alarmists.

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Study Links Depression With Gut Bacteria Imbalance
16
Mar

Study Links Depression With Gut Bacteria Imbalance

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By Kate Horowitz of http://mentalfloss.com

This is a goof time to start incorporating probiotic foods into our daily diets!

The future of depression treatment might be chilling in the dairy case. A study published this week in Nature Scientific Reports finds that beneficial bacteria commonly found in probiotic foods can help relieve depression-like symptoms in mice.

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Beyond Side Effects - Introducing DrugWatch.com
27
Feb

Beyond Side Effects - DrugWatch.com

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Sometimes, the drugs and devices people depend on to safeguard their health lead to devastating side effects. If you suffered an injury from a drug or device, know that you are not alone. Through these real stories from real people, we hope to spread awareness and give those affected by these dangerous products a voice.

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CVS and CVS pharmacies in Target stores will no longer be in the network
24
Oct

Dear TRICARE Beneficiaries, Vail Ranch Pharmacy Welcomes You.

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On Dec. 1, 2016, CVS and CVS pharmacies in Target stores will no longer be in the TRICARE network. Transfer today to avoid any missed doses.

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How Your Body Reacts To Drinking Red Bull
19
Feb

How Your Body Reacts To Drinking Red Bull

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Article by Healthy Food House

People prefer consuming energy drinks to survive their afternoon crash. Students like them as well, because they believe that these drinks help them stay awake throughout the night.
Unfortunately, not many of them are aware of the fact that a single can of Red Bull increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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THE BENEFITS OF MATCHA GREEN TEA
27
Mar

THE BENEFITS OF MATCHA GREEN TEA

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Although people drank green tea in China more than 1,000 years ago, it became an important part of the Japanese culture. They named the tea matcha (which essentially means ground tea). Zen Buddhist monks drank it to remain alert and calm during long hours of meditation.

Japanese tea leaves grow in the shade to increase chlorophyll content. These chlorophyll-rich leaves are then handpicked, steamed, dried and ground into a fine green powder.

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Health Care Systems Try to Cut Costs by Aiding the Poor and Troubled
23
Mar

Health Care Systems Try to Cut Costs by Aiding the Poor and Troubled

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 Jerome Pate, a homeless alcoholic, went to the emergency room when he was cold. He went when he needed a safe place to sleep. He went when he was hungry, or drunk, or suicidal.

“I’d go sometimes just to have a place to be,” he said.

He made 17 emergency room visits in just four months last year, a costly spree that landed him in the middle of an experiment to reinvent health care for the hardest-to-help patients in Hennepin County.

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In a possible advance for diabetics - ink sensor for glucose
08
Mar

IN A POSSIBLE ADVANCE FOR DIABETICS - INK SENSOR FOR GLUCOSE

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In a possible advance for diabetics, UC San Diego has created a way to measure glucose with a special ink that's applied to the skin with an ordinary pen.

The "bio ink" causes a chemical reaction that reveals glucose levels which are then read by a small wearable sensor.

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Why Are New Years Resolutions So Hard To Follow?
29
Dec

Why Are New Years Resolutions So Hard To Follow?

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Why Are New Years Resolutions So Hard To Follow?


What do you want to achieve in 2015?

While setting New Year’s resolutions is routine for many of us, research from the University of Scranton shows while 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions, only 8% actually stick to them. So, why are resolutions so quickly discarded? The easy answer is because most resolutions require a change in habit.

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