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For Best Health, Eat a Rainbow of Fruits and Veggies
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The Midwife Myth
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Mammography Gains a New Dimension
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Get the Sleep You Need
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Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea Can Lower High Blood Pressure
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Knowing Stroke Symptoms Could Save Your Life

For Best Health, Eat a Rainbow of Fruits and Veggies

Mom always said, “Eat your vegetables.” But did you know that eating a rainbow of naturally colored fruits and vegetables ensures a more diverse intake of vitamins and minerals? Vitamins are important for functions such as cell repair. Minerals produce hormones and regulate body processes, such as maintaining a regular heartbeat. People who eat more…

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The Midwife Myth

You may have thought midwives, the matronly women who provided advice and assistance to laboring mothers hundreds of years ago, exist only in history books and movies. However, midwives are not women of the past. Today’s certified nurse midwifes (CNM) continue this tradition of personalized care, but with the important addition of comprehensive education and…

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Mammography Gains a New Dimension

Since its introduction in 1969, a mammogram has become a vital tool in the fight against breast cancer. Nowadays, an estimated 37 million mammograms are performed annually in the United States. Like most other medical diagnostic procedures, mammography continues to reap benefits from technological advancements. The most recent advancement occurred in 2011 when the U.S….

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Get the Sleep You Need

Getting a good night’s rest isn’t easy for everyone. Sometimes the stress of work, family and other things can keep you up and thinking late into the night. Certain lifestyle factors can also lead to restless nights. What to do about it, then? By reducing stress, breaking out of bad sleep habits and perhaps creating…

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Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea Can Lower High Blood Pressure

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a condition characterized by repeated pauses in breathing during sleep. The link between OSA and high blood pressure is so strong that if you have one condition you’re likely to have the other. In fact, studies have shown that at least 50 percent of people with OSA also have high…

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Knowing Stroke Symptoms Could Save Your Life

Every 40 seconds someone in America has a stroke. More than 795,000 people will have a new or recurrent stroke this year – and more than 130,000 of them will die. In fact, stroke is our nation’s fifth leading cause of death and one of the leading causes of disability. Yet, many people don’t know…

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