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The Benefits Of Maintaining A Healthy Weight

March 6, 2020

The process of weight management involves a combination of effective habits and activities that are designed to help you maintain a weight that will reduce the potential for health issues. It is important to consider the procedure of managing your weight as an ongoing series of practices, as opposed to a short-term diet that does not guarantee your chances of sustaining a desirable weight total ...

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March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March has been designated as Brain Injury Awareness Month. This will transpire in an attempt to increase understanding of the specifics surrounding brain injuries, while also providing support for individuals who experience these conditions. This also presents the perfect opportunity to review the symptoms, causes, and treatments for traumatic brain injuries which are often referred to as ...

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Understanding Depression And Knowing Whether To Be Screened

February 27, 2020

Understanding Depression Depression can present multiple challenges to anyone who experiences this illness, and some of the effects can have serious ramifications both physically and mentally. It is a disorder that can dramatically impact how an individual thinks and behaves, and the effects extend far beyond expecting anyone who is dealing with this disorder to improve their mental state without ...

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The Most Common Eye Injuries

February 14, 2020

Your Vision Your vision provides an immensely critical resource that enhances numerous aspects of your life. You are already aware of the extreme importance that surrounds the gift of eyesight. Any interruption in your eyes' ability to operate properly - regardless of how temporary - can be extremely impactful. As we progress through the aging process, there are multiple conditions that can ...

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Understanding Diabetes And Knowing When To Be Screened

February 7, 2020

Diabetes is a long-term disease that affects over 30.3 million individuals in the U.S. which equates to 9.4% of the population. But according to the U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, around 25% of the people who are dealing with the condition are not even aware that they have it. That results in 7.2 million undiagnosed individuals who continue with their day-to-day activities ...

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