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8 Ways to Lower Your Cancer Risk During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

by Skye Sherman - October 21, 2019
By now, you probably know that October is breast cancer awareness month and it’s time to think pink. But one of the best ways you can honor cancer survivors and victims, their families, and yourself during this special month is to explore ways that you can lower your risk of breast cancer--and then share that information with others, too.
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Talking Points: Down Syndrome Is Just An Extra Chromosome

by Skye Sherman - October 7, 2019
Did you know that October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month? If you’re not fortunate enough to already have a person with Down Syndrome in your life, now is as good a time as ever to get out there and make some friends. You may be surprised by what you’ve been missing out on all this time: the reality is that people with Down Syndrome are just like you.
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Can an Ancient Chinese Fungus Remedy Really Cure Erectile Dysfunction?

by Carissa Andrews - September 30, 2019
Searching for a cure that will provide relief from erectile dysfunction is nothing new. However, ED sufferers around the world are wondering if an ancient cure may be made current again as a remedy for erectile dysfunction. In this modern age, the ancient treatment is going by a new name: in some places, you’ll hear it referred to as “sexy pavement lichen.”
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Lifting the Lid on Pet Eye Health: common eye conditions of dogs and cats

by Dr Jo de Klerk - September 16, 2019
Eye diseases are one of the most common reasons why dogs and cats present to their veterinarian. The eyes are two vital organs that allow your pet to explore and take in their surroundings.
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Can Your Social Life Keep Your Bones Healthy?

by Skye Sherman - August 26, 2019
What if the health of your social life goes down to the very core of who you are… your bones? While it may seem that these two important life elements would have absolutely nothing to do with the other, that may not be the case. Your bone health--or lack thereof--may indeed be playing a part in the health of your social life, which affects much more than just what you choose to do on the weekends.
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While the above article is based on thorough research, we do not claim to offer a substitute for medical advice from a qualified healthcare provider. We aim to provide helpful information to our readers, but cannot provide a treatment, diagnosis, or consultation of any sort, not even for pets, and we are in no way indicating that any particular drug is safe or appropriate for you and your individual needs. To receive professional medical attention, you must see a doctor.