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Health and Wellness

Dealing with Dementia: When Thinking and Behavior Decline

Dementia is a brain disorder that most often affects the elderly.

How to Slow Down Your Life and Enjoy the Ride – Right Now

4 Considerations To Help You Embrace The Moment, From Speaker Hall Of Fame Member

Taking the Right Precautions For A Family Member With Dementia

Modifications Help Create A Home Environment That’s Safe and Supportive

Headache Pain: What to Do When Your Head Hurts

Tension headaches are the most common type of headache.

5 must-know tips for healthy winter travel

Whether heading to grandma’s house for the holidays or to a tropical destination to get away from the cold, winter travel comes with the added challenge of staying healthy.

Stamp Out Smoking: Tobacco-Free Living

Most of us know that smoking is unhealthy

Is Your Smile Worth Your Life? What You Need to Know Before Undergoing a Root Canal

they reveal the hidden dangers of root canals.

Parkinson’s disease: Understanding a Complicated Condition

We rely on our brains for every movement we make

5 questions you should ask your pharmacist

you should feel free to ask your pharmacist what to expect from the medication

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Home safety tips for a safe and happy winter season

Chimney fires, frozen pipes, ice dams, and water are destructive enemies

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Stop Drinking Calories: Lose 35 Pounds

But throughout most of man's history, water was the primary beverage.

Norovirus on the rise; take precautions now

Noroviruses are the most common of the viruses that cause gastroenteritis.

With diabetes, don't overlook yearly eye exams

Approximately one-third of these cases are undiagnosed.

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5 New Year's resolutions too simple to overlook

instead of selecting a huge resolution that will take months or years of dedication to achieve

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Getting Back in Action: Participation is Key to Recovery

“We have good data that people who engage in moderate activity improve their cardiovascular system,” Weinrich says. “That’s particularly true for people who have a stroke.”