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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so today I’d like to share with you some little-known facts about one vegetable and its impact on breast health.
Couples have plans, but after the C-word is dropped, those plans change to unite a couple in the medical process.
About eyes. Contrary to popular belief, some people can keep their eyes open when they sneeze! Also, green is the rarest eye color to have.
There are many reasons that you might be tired and suffering with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Sometimes it seems like varicose veins come out of nowhere when you’re least expecting it. Most people over the age of 60 have them to some degree, and usually they’re not a big deal.
While waiting for a prescription, a friend of mine decided to check his blood pressure. He was dealing with a bout of walking pneumonia and his blood pressure spiked to 140/100!
I’m cranky if I don’t sleep, are you? There’s more violence associated with people who have insomnia, which doesn’t come as any surprise to me.
In recognition of Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, this month’s column will focus on natural remedies that support brain health and memory.
Few things are more painful to bear than a diagnosis of breast cancer and all that goes with it.
Last week I forced myself to stay up two nights in a row to work. I certainly had work to do, but I also wanted to evaluate my brain function after sleep deprivation.
Quick—what food is red, salty, chewy, and delicious? If you said bacon, you’re close … sort of!
When I worked in retail pharmacies, one of the most common questions I had was, “What side effects will this drug cause?”
Wintertime is one of my favorite times of the year. Ahh … snowy days, crackling fires, fluffy sweaters … Cough! Cough! Haaaaack!
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