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Go with the flow: Why good circulation is important, especially now

When you think about circulation issues, cold hands and feet probably pop to mind. It’s true that cold extremities are frequently the result of poor blood circulation, especially if you have anemia, arterial disease, diabetes or hypothyroidism. But as your blood travels all over your body, it’s not just warming your extremities — it’s bringing …

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How this KUWTK star is empowering people with migraine to Take Back their day

Khloé Kardashian has joined efforts with Biohaven Pharmaceuticals to launch the Take Back Today campaign to empower people with migraine to share their stories in a new online community. “Many people may not realize that I’ve been living with migraine since the sixth grade,” says Khloé Kardashian, entrepreneur, TV personality and mom. For Khloé, the …

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How to boost mood and memory at home

Society has become much better at recognizing the importance of mental wellness practices. It’s now common knowledge that exercise, a healthy diet and quality sleep are essential to both physical and mental health. This is great progress, but many people overlook other ways to take care of mind and mood besides treating the body. Mental …

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Premixed chemotherapy mitigates risks of drug exposure for healthcare workers

Medication is essential for cancer patients in treating their disease. However, there are inherent risks associated with compounding and administering chemotherapies for intravenous infusion. Risk mitigation is important for the well-being of healthcare workers who may be exposed to hazardous materials. “Cancer patients receive a treatment plan that typically includes multiple medications, often with chemotherapy …

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The benefits of biking for kids

For kids, biking is one of the gateways to growing up. Popular films and TV hits such as “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and “Stranger Things” highlight the joy a bike can bring as a fun way to explore or spend time kicking around the neighborhood. Yet, according to a study from the Outdoor Industry Association, bike …

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After Her Unexpected Diagnosis, Danita Knew Her Sister’s Symptoms Required a Conversation With a Doctor

“I’d be walking around the house cleaning or getting ready to cook, and I would get a heart palpitation. I would sit down, rest and then continue what I was doing because the symptoms would be gone,” she explained. After noticing periodic symptoms, Danita’s colleague convinced her to see a doctor. Soon after, she learned …

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Once a crisis moment, now a manageable situation: First autoinjector to treat severe hypoglycemia

As the country continues to navigate uncertainties surrounding COVID-19, it seems like there are new questions and decisions that pop up each day. What does heading back to school or work look like? How should my family commute in the safest way? How can I continue to minimize the risk of exposure when I’m surrounded …

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Back to school in the new normal: What teachers need most this fall

Heading back to school during the COVID-19 pandemic means most of our nation’s teachers are facing unprecedented challenges this year. Some teachers are implementing new rules, procedures and classroom configurations to limit the spread of the illness. Others are creating entirely new online curricula for students who will be learning from home. Many teachers are …

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