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  • Feeling Bloated? 12/30/2021

    Find yourself reaching for stretchy pants these days? Feeling uncomfortable after you eat—or just about any time? If so, your discomfort may be a result of bloating.

  • How to Treat and Prevent Mask-acne 12/27/2021

    Although face masks play an important role in stopping the spread of COVID-19, they can be harsh on some skin types and can cause mask-induced acne, also known as “maskne.”

  • How to Pump Up Your At-Home Winter Workout 12/20/2021

    Here's some advice for getting your fitness routine done at home during the winter months.

  • 10 Holiday Health Hazards 12/16/2021

    Follow these 10 safety tips to help you steer clear of holiday health hazards

  • When to Not Get Behind the Wheel 12/13/2021

    Impaired driving isn’t just about alcohol. There are a variety of situations that can impair your ability to drive a vehicle safely and just as many misconceptions.

  • Alcohol and Your Heart 12/9/2021

    The holidays can be enjoyed without drinking alcohol. But if you choose to drink, remember that too much alcohol clouds your judgement and can put your health in danger.

  • Santa Hat Brownies 12/8/2021

    Looking for an easy and tasty dessert this holiday season? Try these delicious, low fat Santa Hat Brownies!

  • A Guide to Less Stressful Get-Togethers 12/7/2021

    Keep stress in check whether you're the host or a guest with these effective stress-busting tips.

  • National Safe Toys and Gifts Month 12/2/2021

    This holiday season learn how to find safe, and appropriate gifts using these tips.

  • 7 Common Reasons to Go to Physical Therapy 11/29/2021

    Physical therapy provides many benefits most people might not consider. Here are 7 reasons you may want to try it.

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