• Fibroids: Quality of Life Is Key

    March 2

    Fibroids, benign tumors found in the wall of a woman’s uterus, can grow as a single tumor or as a cluster. Though many fibroids don’t have symptoms, women who do experience symptoms may have heavy ...
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  • Dating Diaries

    March 2

    In order to be in a healthy relationship, you have to know what it looks like. Here are some signs that your bae respects you and your relationship. You both give each other space. Yes, ...
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  • Bad Hair; Bad Health?

    March 2

    What is your hair saying about your health? Some conditions and medications affect your body as well as your hair. In other cases, you may just need to take better care of your hair or ...
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  • Music: It’s Good for Your Health

    Feb. 27

    Music and good health go together like smartphones and apps. This is something ancient cultures knew, and doctors today are realizing it, too. “The ancient Greeks put one god, Apollo, in charge of both medicine ...
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  • Know Your Asthma Triggers

    Feb. 26

    An asthma trigger is a thing, activity or condition that makes asthma worse. When you come in contact with a trigger it can cause a sudden worsening of symptoms, often called an asthma attack, episode ...
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  • Brief: Uninsured Rate Lowest in Seven Years

    Feb. 25

    The percentage of Americans without health insurance last year was the lowest it’s been in seven years, according to a new Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey. The number of Americans without insurance dropped 3.5 percent from ...
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  • Food Swaps You Should Make Now

    Feb. 25

    Are you trying to make healthier food choices but aren't sure which options are better? We've got you covered. Make these (sometimes surprising!) healthier swaps. Instead of: Sour Cream Try: Greek Yogurt. The Skinny: Plain ...
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  • Report Explores HIV Rates Among Black Gay Men

    Feb. 24

    Did you know that while African-American gay and bisexual men account for a mere .2 percent of the total U.S. population, they account for 25 percent of all new HIV infections each year? These numbers ...
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