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Everyday Cuts and Scrapes: How to Prevent Scarring

Ouch! Gardening, food preparation, sports and leisure activities, and life in general can result in occasional minor skin injuries. But scarring doesn’t have to be…

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3 Myths About Exercise and Pregnancy

As a woman, pregnancy represents one of the greatest physical changes you will ever experience. To support these physical changes and your growing baby, eating…

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Muscle Pain: It May Actually Be Your Fascia

You might attribute a painful neck or a backache to tired muscles or stiff joints. But these symptoms can also be caused by a part…

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9 Reasons Why (the Right Amount of) Coffee Is Good for You

Ah, coffee. Whether you’re cradling a travel mug on your way to work or dashing out after spin class to refuel with a skinny latte,…

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Freezing Eggs: Preserving Fertility for the Future

Many women want to have children someday. But what if you haven’t found the right partner, need more time to establish your career, want to…

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How to Read Food Labels for a Heart-Healthy Diet

Today’s food labels carry a lot more information than ever. But simply reading a label isn’t enough. It’s important for you to know how to…

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How to Get Rid of Bags Under Your Eyes

Are you wondering why you have puffy eyes or how you can make under-eye bags disappear? Good news: Although they can be bothersome, bags under…

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Tough (But Important) Conversations

Two thirds of Americans don’t have a living will or advance directive outlining their wishes for end-of-life care. Ninety percent of older Americans hope to…

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Dementia Prevention: Reduce Your Risk, Starting Now

Dementia is defined by loss of memory, problems with thinking and reasoning, and an inability to carry on with work and life activities independently. There…

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Can a Nap Boost Brain Health?

Are you feeling a little guilty about your daily, mid-afternoon snooze? Don’t. Research shows that catching a few ZZZs after lunch can be good for…

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Alarming Findings About Teenager Suicidal Behavior

Research recently published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics looked at children and teenagers from 300 emergency rooms across the country who were diagnosed with suicidal…

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BMORE Lifestyle: Migraines

Michael Sellman, Neurologist and Division Chief of Neurology at GBMC, discusses migraine prevention and treatment during a BMORE Lifestyle interview. This webpage is for informational…

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Frequency of Kids Swallowing Foreign Objects Soars

Coins, toys, jewelry, button batteries, these are things you might find in your child’s piggy bank or toy box, right? A new study shows that…

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Beat the Heat!

With temperatures and humidity levels soaring, heat-related illnesses should be top of mind. They occur when the body is not acclimated to heat in the…

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Staying Healthy After Menopause

The key to staying youthful and active after menopause is good nutrition and regular physical exercise. Nutrition After Menopause As you age, your nutritional needs…

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