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Salmonella and Eggs
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Salmonella and Eggs Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Eggs are one of nature’s most nutritious and economical foods. But you must take special care when handling and preparing fresh eggs and egg products to avoid foodborne illness, sometimes … Read More

Designing Walkable Communities
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Designing Walkable Communities Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Learn how improving walkability provides many opportunities for people to be physically active. Walking is an excellent way to help people become more active and improve their health. It is … Read More

Five Tips for a Healthy Vacation
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Five Tips for a Healthy Vacation U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Planning your next beach vacation? While having fun in the sun, consider these five tips to make sure your trip is a healthy one. Avoid Tanning, Be Sun … Read More

Healthy and Safe Swimming Week
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Healthy and Safe Swimming Week Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Pools, waterparks, hot tubs/spas, and water playgrounds are great places to have fun, be active, or just relax. May 22 – 28, 2017, is Healthy and Safe Swimming … Read More

Nicklaus Children’s Doral Outpatient Center
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De fiebres a fiestas, somos expertos en niños Tratamos lesiones y enfermedades leves de sus niños para que vuelvan a sentirse bien. Centro de Cuidados Urgentes Sin cita: de 11 a.m. a 10 p.m. Disponible 7 dí­as a la semana. 3601 NW … Read More

You Can Control Your Asthma
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You Can Control Your Asthma Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Learn how to control your asthma. Asthma is one of the most common lifelong chronic diseases. There are more than 24 million Americans living with asthma, a disease … Read More

Diabetes drug Invokana increase risk of foot or leg amputation
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Diabetes drug Invokana increase risk of foot or leg amputation By Laura Northrup, CONSUMERIST A new class of diabetes medicines is heavily advertised on TV and shows great promise in getting patients’ blood sugar levels down, but a safety announcement from the … Read More

Lipedema a hard disease that you should know
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Lipedema a hard disease that you should know WebMD Lipedema affects up to 11% of women. It happens when fat is distributed in an irregular way beneath your skin, usually in the buttocks and legs. Although it begins as a … Read More

How to Safely Use Glucose Meters and Test Strips for Diabetes
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How to Safely Use Glucose Meters and Test Strips for Diabetes U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Using a glucose meter to check and monitor blood sugar is a daily part of life for millions of Americans with diabetes. Glucose … Read More

How Devices in Public Places Can Restart Heart
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How Devices in Public Places Can Restart Heart U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops pumping blood. It can happen to anyone, at any time, and signs include sudden collapse … Read More

US teenager dies after succession of caffeine drinks in two hours
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US teenager dies after succession of caffeine drinks in two hours Flipboard Doctors said healthy 16-year-old died from ‘caffeine-induced cardiac event’ after latte, Mountain Dew and energy drink A teenager in the US died because he consumed too many high-caffeine … Read More

Living with Thalassemia
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Living with Thalassemia Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Did you know that beta thalassemia major, the most severe form of thalassemia, affects at least 1,000 people in the United States? By staying committed to long-term treatment, people with … Read More