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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…

How to lose a sweet tooth

How to lose a sweet tooth

Most of us have been there at some point. You somehow find yourself barefoot in your kitchen at midnight, eating ice cream out of the container. Alternatively, the mid-afternoon energy…

Do you know your ABC’s about RSV?

Alexis Tkachuk, a healthy 34-year-old, was overjoyed when she became pregnant with her first child. After 32 weeks of an uncomplicated pregnancy, Alexis’ doctor cleared her for travel, and she…

Decoding your digestive health

Decoding your digestive health

A family feast for the record books, too much tailgating, a stressful day at the office, an allergic flare-up or just a change in your routine – no matter the…

Empowering patients to become self-health advocates through use of technology

Advances in technology have shaped the way we communicate and have enabled the modern-day patient to easily connect with medical experts, patient advocates and others living with their disease. Through…

Smartphone apps make it easier to manage type 2 diabetes

Smartphone apps make it easier to manage type 2 diabetes

The amount of effort it takes for people with diabetes to pick the right foods and track everything they eat is a common source of frustration. Many people simply give…

Summer: The season of barbeques, baseball and burglaries

Summer: The season of barbeques, baseball and burglaries

School is out and summer vacations are in full swing. But while many of us are relaxing, thieves are working overtime. Summer is theft season, at least according to Federal…

Remedies for deadly heat: more than just staying hydrated

Remedies for deadly heat: more than just staying hydrated

Some parts of the country are experiencing record high temperatures this summer. Las Vegas hit 117 degrees and Phoenix topped the charts at 119 degrees. Salt Lake City also hit…

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