From the monthly archives:

May 2018

Beware Pool Hygiene

May 25, 2018

Just in time for pools to open this Memorial Day, the CDC has reminded everyone to stay cognizant of the water you’re swimming in. Over the last few years, certain water related infections have been occurring more frequently, with about a third happening at hotels.

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Why Hep C Is so Common

May 24, 2018

Hepatitis C is a “silent” illness—you can have it for decades with little or no symptoms. Despite not being flashy and headline grabbing, Hepatitis C is a pretty big deal, and deserves the attention of “scarier” illnesses like HIV. Why? Untreated, the damage Hepatitis C causes the lover can lead to liver failure and worse. […]

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They say it takes 10,000 hours to master something—make sure you’re making the most of each hour you put in with colloidal gold. Time spent on the green, in the field, in front of a canvas or shaping materials can get expensive, and the hours can really slip away if you’re not at your best. […]

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Having extra belly fat means there’s a good chance you’re short on Vitamin D, according to new research. It’s unclear whether lack of Vitamin D makes belly fat grow, or whether belly fat somehow causes low Vitamin D levels. Either way, Vitamin D is important for health in several ways, supporting bones, the immune system, […]

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When warm weather calls, it can be hard to resist. But if you are out of shape from winter, forget the routine of stretching, or are just a little exuberant, you can end up really sore. Then there are all the warm weather chores to be done, which don’t necessarily move your body in healthy […]

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