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  • Dealing with a Vaginal Yeast Infection 9/20/2019

    A vaginal yeast infection, also called candidiasis, is one of the most common vaginal infections. Learn more...

  • Egg Muffin Cups 9/18/2019

    Are you stuck eating the same thing every morning? Try something new for breakfast (or even as a mid-day snack).

  • What is Newborn Screening? 9/13/2019

    The birth of a baby is one of the most exciting times in a parent’s life. However, making sure the baby is healthy can be stressful.

  • 5 Helpful Tips to Prepare for a Disaster 9/4/2019

    It’s never too late to prepare for a disaster—except for when one hits that is.

  • Prevent Childhood Obesity with Healthy Habits 9/4/2019

    Helping your child to maintain a healthy weight is vital to their overall growth and development.

  • Pork Kebabs 8/29/2019

    The simple marinade in this pork kebabs recipe can be used for any meat or poultry. These colorful kebabs are an easy high-protein, low-carb dinner.

  • Swapping out the Salt 8/28/2019

    High-salt diets are becoming more common since most of our nutrition is coming from pre-packaged, processed food.

  • Vaccines to Consider After 50 8/23/2019

    Many people may assume only school-aged children need to receive their immunizations. However, it’s important to know that protection from many childhood vaccines can wear off over time.

  • Helping Women Feel Their Best 8/21/2019

    After a mastectomy, many breast cancer survivors seek ways to look and feel their best. Learn about custom breast prosthesis.

  • What are Braxton Hicks Contractions? 8/16/2019

    Braxton Hicks contractions, also known as practice contractions or false labor pains, were first described in 1872 by an English doctor named John Braxton Hicks.

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