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Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Jan Larraine Cox  We understand we could be approaching a turning point in the pandemic in the United States if we all continue to follow Covid safety guidelines, even after receiving the vaccine. ...
Thumbnail image from pxfuel By Rebecca Fending  Arthritis is an inflammatory condition that affects more than three million Americans each year. There are many different types of arthritis, from rheumatoid to psoriatic, each of which...
From Family Features For people living with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), everyday activities such as cooking, driving or reading can be challenging. AMD is the leading cause of severe vision loss and legal blindness...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay Article from Brandpoint Content If you're looking to put health first, who better to turn to than a registered dietitian? "When you're figuring out...
Thumbnail image from Pexels By Jan Larraine Cox, Lifestyle's health columnist “Reflect upon your present blessings—of which everyone has many, and not on your past misfortunes, of which we all have some.” London author...
Today’s Medical Advancements Treat the Aging Brain, Offering Active, Independent and Redefining Retirement Era From Beth Davis of Finn Partners SUMTER COUNTY, Fla. – Despite U.S. Baby Boomers having the longest life...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Sharon Alexander, CEO of Palm Beach-based Unicorn Children’s Foundation In early February, President Biden announced that by summer 2021 there will be enough vaccines for everyone...
Article and all images from Family Features If feeding your family wholesome meals is a daily goal, keep in mind you can serve up tasty foods that also feed your immune system by including...
By Rebecca Fending  March is National Kidney Month, a great opportunity to learn more about these miraculous organs. The kidneys filter about a half cup of blood every minute, removing waste and excess water for urine....
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Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Michael B. Wright  One thing that I inherited from my father is diabetes (Type 2). Just recently, I had a scheduled follow-up visit to my doctor’s office a week after I had my blood work done. I approach these sessions with a degree of fearful anticipation as my mind replays every donut,...
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