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When celebrity Angelina Jolie appeared on a YouTube video this past weekend to say she could not attend an upcoming movie premiere because she had what was visible, – chicken pox – it was a reminder that adults also can contract the same diseases kids usually do. Jolie’s video was released at about the same
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This Tasty Thursday recipe is an easy one to include on the menu for your winter holiday meal or a meal any day of the week. Beverley Waithe, MA,RD, CDE, a certified diabetes educator at the Saint Peter’s Thyroid and Diabetes Center recommends it to her patients. A serving of this fruity dessert only has
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Temperatures are dipping again and it’s not even winter yet. During the cold-weather months children can end up in the emergency department in need of treatment for everything from flu to frostbite. Here are five tips for keeping your children healthy and hopefully free of any health emergencies. Promote hand washing. This is important
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Cold weather is here just a few weeks short of the beginning of winter. Here is the first of a series of posts about staying healthy during the season. Consider the following tips for staying safe when it’s cold out. Although most of these are common sense, it never hurts
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November is National Caregiver Month. Caring for an older, ill or disabled person can be challenging. Daily and long term tasks can seem overwhelming. As with other things in life, staying organized can help alleviate some of the stress. So can seeking out the help of others. After learning about the disease, condition or illness
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