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Spring is here and flowers are blooming. So now that it's time to tackle the lawn and the garden, remember that yard work doesn't have to be a pain... in your back.
Springtime allergies can take a toll on both adults and children and can put a damper on an otherwise much anticipated change of seasons.
As Spring waits in the wings, you will soon see plenty of activity outside. Trees and flowers have been waiting for warmer temperatures. But so have bees, wasps, and other stinging insects.
This time of year, most New Year’s resolutions are busted. Many are lamenting about their health or weight and doing nothing about it. What's your excuse?
Whatever the reason you visit a physician, a few simple preparations will help you get the most out of your time with the physician.
Your heart may belong to a certain someone this Valentine’s Day, but it’s up to you to keep that loving heart in good shape all year long.
Winter has arrived with a vengeance so it is important to keep some basic winter safety tips in mind.
A new year brings with it the hope of a new beginning. Many of us use this time to make resolutions that will improve our health. That’s easy. The tough part is keeping them.
Winter is settling in so the chances of snow, sleet, ice and colder temperatures will increase. As you make your way through the winter months, it is important be cautious outside.
Santa always has great gift ideas, but are you still trying to finish your holiday shopping list? Try something new this holiday season, something healthy!
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