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Ask the Pharmacist: Understanding the dangers of low blood sugar

Ask the Pharmacist: Understanding the dangers of low blood sugar

The numbers are astounding – nearly 400 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes and many patients may not realize they are at risk for a condition known as hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia…

Walking: the old way to get fit is new again

Walking: the old way to get fit is new again

With so many fitness trends, you might not think of walking as good exercise. If you’re not thrusting a kettlebell over your head, pushing a tractor trailer tire or shaking…

Using your Health Insurance Marketplace coverage on Jan. 1, 2014

Using your Health Insurance Marketplace coverage on Jan. 1, 2014

With the start of the new year, millions of Americans will have access to health coverage for the first time or have improved coverage because of the health care law.…

Help your holiday season flow easier

As people fill their holidays with parties, friends, family and celebrations, a bit of added stress and a tremendous amount of decadent food are also thrown into the mix. For…

Know your options when selecting a treatment for metastatic melanoma

Know your options when selecting a treatment for metastatic melanoma

After a diagnosis of metastatic melanoma, it can be difficult to understand the different treatment options that are available. Every case is unique and there is no single answer for…

Does your employer benefit package measure up?

Does your employer benefit package measure up?

Many Americans just went through their annual benefits enrollment period at their work. Precious time was spent reviewing the available offerings with spouses and determining which ones best meet their…

New year, new you: Five easy tips to get more fiber

New year, new you: Five easy tips to get more fiber

For many, the new year provides a reason to examine the changes we would like to make for a healthier life. This January will be no different for the many…

Taking control of your cancer journey

Taking control of your cancer journey

Each year, an estimated 650,000 people in the United States undergo chemotherapy in their battle against cancer. This experience can be a lonely and isolating time for patients and their…

Supplemental insurance plans can help protect your family – and your wallet

Supplemental insurance plans can help protect your family – and your wallet

No one wakes up thinking that their day will include a heart attack or a cancer diagnosis. But unexpected medical emergencies can happen to anyone at any time, and few…

Overcoming irritation in your running routine

Overcoming irritation in your running routine

Many men run to stay in shape or alleviate stress, but running can come with its own set of physical and mental irritations. To show all men that they can…

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