• The 411 on Dark Chocolate and Milk Allergies

    May 22

    If you’re allergic to milk and you love dark chocolate, how do you know whether you can indulge in a candy bar without having an allergic reaction? That’s what the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ...
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  • Schedule Your Well-Woman Visit

    May 22

    Taking care of you should be at the top of your list. And here’s the good news: Most health plans are required to cover an annual well-woman visit at no cost to you! Thanks to ...
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  • Fire Up the Grill!

    May 21

    Let the kids help make these colorful kabobs. Grilled Vegetable Kabobs Kabobs 2 medium zucchini 2 medium yellow squash 2 red or green bell peppers, seeded 2 medium red onions 16 cherry tomatoes 8 ounces ...
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  • Beware of Text Neck!

    May 20

    Technology is great—except when it’s a pain in the neck. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 20 percent of us have experienced neck pain within the past three months, and much ...
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  • Suicide Rates Rise Among Young Black Children

    May 19

    The idea of young children taking their own life may seem like a foreign concept, but a new study finds that although suicide rates among children have remained steady for the past two decades, even ...
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  • Reaching Out to Minorities During Hepatitis Awareness Month

    May 19

    Did you know that millions of Americans (mostly baby boomers) are living with chronic hepatitis and up to two-thirds may not even know they are infected? Annually, in May, the public health community commemorates Hepatitis ...
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  • 5 Ways to Minimize Dating Disappointments

    May 18

    Recently I have gotten a flood of clients who want to know if they should stay with their boyfriend or girlfriend after cheating. Some have been puzzled when I have challenged their accusations of cheating. ...
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  • The Crossroads of Climate Change and Allergies

    May 18

    Millions of Americans live in regions with both high ragweed pollen counts and unhealthy ozone levels, worsening asthma and respiratory allergies, according to a new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). About 50 ...
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