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  • Cauliflower and Leek Soup 1/19/2022

    The mellow flavors of leeks and cauliflower make this a satisfying soup for lunch or a light dinner.

  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Donate Blood 1/14/2022

    When was the last time you donated blood? If it’s been awhile or you’ve never given blood before, now is the perfect time to do so.

  • What is HPV? 1/12/2022

    The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection and presents no symptoms in many cases. Do you still need to worry about it?

  • Flu Season in the Midst of COVID-19 1/10/2022

    Flu season is here and we are still fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn to protect yourself and others during the next few months.

  • 4 Tips to Help Your Resolutions Stick 1/6/2022

    Neel help sticking to your goals throughout the year? Here are 4 tips to make this year’s resolutions yield results.

  • 5 Ways to Lower the Risk of Birth Defects 1/5/2022

    Expectant mothers worry about the health of their baby throughout their pregnancy. Here are 5 tips to help women increase their chances of having a healthy baby.

  • Looking Back on Your New Year’s Resolutions 1/3/2022

    How did your last year's resolutions turn out? Here are some points to consider to help you make resolutions this year.

  • 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.

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.