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New tool promises to bridge communication gap for overactive bladder

New tool promises to bridge communication gap for overactive bladder

Sixty is a milestone for Carolyn Hampton and she’s not shy about sharing her age because it’s a tribute to how she’s lived. She’s more active than ever; she loves…

How our own bodies may be the key to fighting cancer

How our own bodies may be the key to fighting cancer

In August 2015, former President Jimmy Carter shared some very sad news with the world when he revealed he had been diagnosed with melanoma, and that the disease had already…

4 common mold myths debunked

4 common mold myths debunked

Mold is a word that can make anyone cringe. But when it comes to mold in your home, misinformation is an all too common problem. Myths surrounding mold in your…

A springtime glow: 6 ways to purify your skin

A springtime glow: 6 ways to purify your skin

You’ve heard of detox diets and ridding your body of toxins, but did you know the same is possible for your skin? Environmental toxins and pollutants not only cause breakouts,…

Battling mosquitos? Eliminate standing water to deprive bugs of breeding spots

Battling mosquitos? Eliminate standing water to deprive bugs of breeding spots

Malaria, West Nile virus and heartworms – as if you didn’t already have enough reasons to fear and loathe mosquitoes and the illnesses they spread, now there’s Zika, a virus…

Nationwide need for volunteer firefighters grows: Are you up to the challenge?

Nationwide need for volunteer firefighters grows: Are you up to the challenge?

Did you know that 87 percent of America’s 30,000 fire departments are either fully or partially staffed by volunteers? The peace of mind that these firefighters provide their communities is…

5 ways to be kind to your kidneys

5 ways to be kind to your kidneys

Your kidneys may be your most underappreciated organ. They constantly filter all your blood – removing waste and toxins – as well as help regulate your blood pressure and keep…

A new treatment option for obstructive sleep apnea

A new treatment option for obstructive sleep apnea

Al Pierce from South Carolina had always been a snorer, which kept his wife Gail awake night after night. Eventually, she went to her doctor for sleeping pills as a…

Don’t let that New Year’s resolution slip stop your journey to lose weight

The tradition of making new goals and resolutions each year to lose weight is nothing new. We all know making those resolutions and keeping them are two very different things.…

Breast reconstruction after mastectomy: More than an option

Emotional distress, a sense of disconnection from one’s body and a decreased sense of femininity — these are all emotions breast cancer patients may feel following a mastectomy. However, there’s…

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