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Keiser University, comienza el siguiente capítulo de tu vida
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Keiser University Comienza el siguiente Capítulo de tu Vida

How to Survive an Active Shooter
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Como Sobrevivir a un Tirador Activo Mayo 16, 2017 Weston Community Center, Weston, FL How to survive an active shooter Broward Sheriff Office (Presentation will be done in English and Spanish) Date: May 16th, 2017  Time: 7:00 PM  Event Description: How to survive … Read More

Codeine and Tramadol Can Cause Breathing Problems for Children
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Codeine and Tramadol Can Cause Breathing Problems for Children U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Codeine and tramadol are opioid medicines that may be used to treat pain. Codeine is also in some cough and cold remedies. These medicines can … Read More

Autism : Beware of Potentially Dangerous Therapies and Products
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Autism : Beware of Potentially Dangerous Therapies and Products U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA One thing that is important to know about autism up front: There is no cure for autism. So, products or treatments claiming to “cure” autism … Read More

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatments Aren’t One-Size-Fits-All
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatments Aren’t One-Size-Fits-All U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an often misunderstood and underdiagnosed condition that affects about 15.3 million people in the United States. No one remedy works for all patients, … Read More

Flood Safety Tips
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Flood Safety Tips Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Take these important steps to reduce the harm caused by flooding. Each year, more deaths occur due to flooding than any other hazard related to thunderstorms. The most common flood … Read More

Health Disparities in Cancer
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Health Disparities in Cancer Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Health disparities refer to differences in health between groups of people. These differences in health may be seen among people of various races and ethnicities, residents of rural areas, … Read More

Make Your Workout Work for You
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Make Your Workout Work for You Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Regular physical activity is really important if you have diabetes. Read on for tips to help you get moving and keep going. Exercise … we know it’s good … Read More

Prepare for Spring Weather
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Prepare for Spring Weather Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Spring weather can be unpredictable. Reduce injury risk and plan ahead. Spring is the time of year when many things change—including the weather. Temperatures can swing back and forth … Read More

Celebrate National Minority Health Month!
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Celebrate National Minority Health Month! Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC April is National Minority Health Month. The theme for 2017 is “Bridging Health Equity Across Communities.” Learn what CDC is doing and help raise awareness of the health … Read More

Take Care with Pet Reptiles and Amphibians
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Take Care with Pet Reptiles and Amphibians Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Healthy reptiles and amphibians can carry Salmonella and other germs that make people sick—especially young children. Take steps to keep you and your family healthy! Many … Read More

FDA alerts consumers of nationwide voluntary recall of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr
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FDA alerts consumers of nationwide voluntary recall of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting consumers to Meridian Medical Technologies’ voluntary recall of 13 lots of Mylan’s EpiPen and … Read More