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Reducing Workout Injury Risk

As the fall gets into full swing with falling leaves and higher chances of rain, you’ll be making changes to your exercise routine and moving indoors for more activities such as sports and the gym. Because you’ll be upping your level of activity and movement, you’ll be vulnerable to a heightened risk of injury. In …

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What You Should Know About STDs Before Undergoing Testing

If you are sexually active, you should be making periodic testing for STDs and STIs at least once per year a part of your health routine. Several sexually transmitted diseases do not have outward symptoms, allowing it to be in your body for extended periods of time without you knowing. Performing a blood or urine …

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Tips for National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month, dedicated to preventing injuries at school, work and at home. While accidents are bound to occur anywhere, there are several steps you can take to reduce the risk of slips, falls and other incidents. Prevent Poisoning Children are naturally curious and are bound to explore try things, including putting things …

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What Should I Know About Strep Throat?

A common disease in the winter season is strep throat. Affecting your tonsils and your throat, the virus can spread quickly and affect your home, classroom or workplace. Make sure you know the signs and symptoms to know when to go to a doctor for the right treatment. How Strep Throat Can Spread Streptococcal pharyngitis …

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