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  • Apple Monster Mouths 10/25/2021

    This Halloween, treat your little goblins to some healthy and delicious snacks! They’ll be thrilled with these Apple Monster Mouths on their plates!

  • Why You Really Need a Flu Shot This Year 10/22/2021

    A seasonal flu vaccine is recommended by the CDC and PIH Health every year, but this year it is more important than ever to get your flu shot. Here’s why.

  • Can Exercise Lower Breast Cancer Risk? 10/21/2021

    Extensive research shows that increasing physical activity levels can lower your risk for many diseases, including breast cancer.

  • Why You’re More Likely to Get Sick When the Seasons Change 10/18/2021

    Ever wonder why we often get sick when the seasons change? Read this to learn why.

  • Black Bean and Hominy Chili 10/11/2021

    As the weather chills, try a bowl of delicious black bean and hominy chili recipe. This hearty vegetarian chili is made with hominy, a staple in Mexican cuisine.

  • Mental Health Recovery 10/6/2021

    Depression may not be as visible as other chronic conditions, but it's just as important to diagnose and treat. Learn about symptoms and when to seek help.

  • 6 Reasons to Schedule and Keep Your Mammogram Appointment Today 9/27/2021

    Are you overdue for a mammogram? Getting this breast cancer screening every year helps your doctor spot signs of cancer long before you may notice any changes in your breasts.

  • What You Should Know About Vitamin D Deficiency 9/27/2021

    Are you getting enough vitamin D? Read about the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency and some easy ways to boost your intake.

  • Blueberry Pancake Recipe 9/24/2021

    Try this pancake recipe combining cottage cheese and blueberries in a whole new way. These healthy pancakes are lower in fat and carbs and they taste great.

  • Blood Sugar and Sleep 9/23/2021

    Even while you're asleep, blood sugar levels rise. Learn about why it happens and how you can manage the spike.

The information in Healthy Living Online is for educational purposes only.  It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice.  The reader should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation, or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan.