From the monthly archives:

May 2015

The campaign to get people aware of tick season has already begun. Despite a frosty winter, ticks were kept safe by blankets of snow, and have been waking up “hungry and angry” since March! Here’s what’s being recommended to keep adults, kids, and pets safe! Given how bad tick season is already, it’s advised you […]

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Do you have a lot of self discipline? Because while this is free and simple, for most Americans it won’t be so easy: Turn off your lights (and your screens) from dusk to dawn, say sleep researchers, and in 4-6 weeks, you’ll experience the deep, mind-awakening sleep of our ancestors. Wait, what? Electric lights, and […]

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Not only do we bring you the latest health news (*ahem*) we also want to help you get the best savings that match your interests—one of the ways we offer that is with our combination packs. But not everyone realizes they’re there! So here are some of the most common, and they may already match […]

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“We’re in the midst of a national epidemic of hepatitis C,” Ward said. Nationwide, more than 20,000 Americans die from hepatitis C a year, which is more than the number who die from AIDS, he said. “The CDC views hepatitis C as an urgent public health problem.” —Quoted from USAToday What’s really troubling about the […]

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It’s uncommon, but it’s a growing problem. Dogs can get Lyme Disease, too. And vets are saying they’ve never seen so many cases, or so early. Just like humans, dogs get Lyme Disease from ticks that carry the illness. Although the northeast is the biggest spot in the US for Lyme Disease, like other pest […]

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