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A UTI–or urinary tract infection–is one of the easiest illnesses to diagnose and treat at home. Most women and some men will experience a UTI at some point (up to 40% of women will experience a UTI by age 40, with increasing prevalence after menopause—when women become up to four times more likely to get […]

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Ease Head and Shoulder Strain

December 10, 2019

Right now, you’re reading this on some sort of screen. How’s your posture? Phones are really hard on how we use our back and neck—we lean over and into the screen as we read, watch, share, and chat. And with tablets and laptops more heavily used than desktops, proper computer posture has fallen by the […]

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They could happen anywhere. A medical error, or more likely, at your favorite restaurant. Pretty regularly, they make headlines: someone with Hepatitis A heads into work and exposes hundreds of people. The good news is that unlike Hepatitis C, Hepatitis A is curable, and if you’ve been vaccinated in the past, you’ve got little to […]

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The best way to get at pain is to support your body as it heals. With Body RLF, you aren’t just soothing your aches in the short term, your helping your body work through it for the long term. Aches come in all shapes and sizes—whether it’s at the end of an active day, the […]

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It’s not just tick season, it’s tiny tick season. It’s important to subdivide tick season to reflect the stages ticks go through, so everyone knows what to check for: and right now, they’re tiny! The size of a poppy seed, early season ticks can resemble a mole, dirt, or just go overlooked entirely. While people […]

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