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Healthy Living Advice: Enjoy Healthier Comfort Foods While Keeping The Comfort

This article shows you how to enjoy the tastes you love without the extra calories, with tips from chef instructors with The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Charlotte. and at The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham.

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Healthy Living Advice: Forever Young – Five Ways Treating Hearing Loss Can Revitalize Your Life

Addressing hearing loss is one of the best things you can do to improve your quality of life and keep up a youthful pace. Fortunately, for most people with hearing loss, today’s state-of-the art hearing aids can help. In fact, eight out of 10 hearing aid users say they’re satisfied with the changes that have occurred in their lives due to their hearing aids.

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Health News: Learn How to Prevent or Protect Yourself From Kidney Disease

Education and screening are critical to early detection – and possible prevention – of kidney disease.

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Healthy Living Advice: 10 Expert Strategies for Enjoying Holiday Foods Without The Weight Gain

(BPT) – Fun, family, food – the holidays are packed with enjoyable activities. But hectic schedules, holiday stress, and tasty indulgences at every turn can lead to a few extra pounds by the year’s end. Fortunately, with a few smart strategies, joyful eating doesn’t have to result in holiday weight gain.

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Medical Alert: Do Not Let the Flu Be a Factor in Your Fall Festivities

(BPT) – Flu season is officially here, and it may not be long before you or someone you know starts experiencing muscle aches, chills, fever and other flu-like symptoms. Unfortunately, these symptoms can also be caused by other illnesses, like the common cold, and it can be almost impossible to determine whether you have the flu based on symptoms alone. To get the most timely and effective treatment for your seasonal health needs, it is important know exactly what is causing your illness.

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Health News: Keep Family Safe From Hidden Allergens and Hazards in Your Home

(Family Features) In the U.S. alone, approximately 60 million people suffer from asthma and allergies, which according to the American Lung Association can be triggered by mold for those who are allergic. As a responsible homeowner, it’s essential to be aware of the many threats, such as mold and fire, which may cause harm to your family and your investment.

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Healthy Living Advice: Flu Fighters – Busting Six Sickening Flu Myths

(BPT) – Ready for this year’s flu season? You may think you know a lot about flu prevention and treatment – but being wrong about the flu can make you downright ill. Here are six myths about the flu, and the truth behind them.

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Health News: How One Sailing Boat is Empowering Those Living with Multiple Sclerosis

(BPT) – The term smooth sailing doesn’t always apply, especially when faced with rough waters and stormy skies. But despite any challenges from Mother Nature, the crew of Oceans of Hope will not let anything get in their way, even multiple sclerosis (MS) – a condition that attacks the central nervous system and in some cases can be debilitating.

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Healthy Living Advice: How a Tape Measure and Scale Can Save The Life of Your Child

(BPT) – Babies are measured and weighed frequently in the first few years of life so parents and pediatricians can be sure they are getting a healthy start. But as kids get older, many parents don’t know exactly how tall or heavy their children are. Knowing your child’s height and weight, and using the right car or booster seat when they travel, could save their life.

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Health News: Patient Safeguards Needed for Biosimilar Development

(Family Features) Thanks to a provision in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, efforts are underway to streamline licensing for medications known as “biosimilars,” which are similar – but not identical – to cutting-edge biologic medicines. However, the development has some concerned about patient safety, especially among older Americans who tend to suffer from more chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.

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