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  • Celebrating Halloween Safely During a Pandemic 10/23/2020

    As Halloween approaches, you might be wondering how you can celebrate the holiday in a fun and safe way. Here are some creative Halloween ideas for your entire family.

  • Can You Have Diabetes and Not Know It? 10/21/2020

    Can you have diabetes and not know it? Approximately 10% of Americans have this serious and chronic disease. Learn more about diabetes and how it can affect you.

  • Simple Ways to Keep Infection at Bay 10/16/2020

    Handwashing is an easy and inexpensive method to preventing the spread of germs and keeping the entire family healthy.

  • Open Enrollment Fall 2020 10/13/2020

    Medicare’s annual election period (AEP), also called open enrollment, is October 15 to December 7. It's the time when you can make changes to your Medicare benefits.

  • Pumpkin and Arugula Pasta 10/12/2020

    In this fall pasta recipe, pumpkin purée makes a rich, creamy sauce without the high fat and calories of heavy cream.

  • High Risk Screening for Breast Cancer 10/7/2020

    Factors like personal or family history, gene mutations, specific syndromes and exposure to radiation therapy at a young age put some women at greater risk of breast cancer.

  • Fall, Family and Fun 10/2/2020

    The fall season is upon us. Here are six ideas for fun and safe activities for the whole family.

  • Caring for the Caregiver: Health Advice for Women 9/29/2020

    Some women may be so busy caring for others that they neglect caring for themselves. Here are some often overlooked areas important to women's health.

  • One Thing Men Should Do to Stay Healthier 9/25/2020

    Prostate cancer doesn’t always cause symptoms in its earliest stages. Screening offers a simple way to diagnose prostate cancer even if you have no symptoms.

  • Do These Symptoms Point to Ovarian Cancer? 9/24/2020

    Ovarian cancer is often described as “the silent cancer” because symptoms are often subtle and appear unrelated to ovarian health. Would you notice symptoms if you had them?

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.

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