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Health Advice: Tips for Daily Sun Safety This Summer [Infographic]

Check out these tips from Olay and The Skin Cancer Foundation.

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Curing Cancer with Grapes

Johanna Brandt says in her book "Victory through Vegetables" that grapes helps cure cancer.

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Phytoestrogen: The Sensational Substance Against Menopausal Symptoms

Phytoestrogen: The Sensational Substance Against Menopausal Symptoms.

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Health News: Share Your Health History – Start a New Tradition at Your Family Reunion

Talking about health history at family reunions can be challenging. Having a strategy for difficult conversations can help guide the discussion and make it a meaningful and productive experience. This article presents some tips for getting a one-on-one conversation started at your next family reunion.

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What Do Women Want for Permanent Birth Control Options? [Infographic]

To take a quiz about determining your “right size” and for tips on how to speak with your partner about family size, and your doctor about your options, visit www.familysizematters.com.

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Inflammatory Breast Cancer

Inflammatory Breast Cancer.

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Help The People You Love Survive Breast Cancer

Help the People You Love Survive Breast Cancer.

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Health News: Living Each Moment of Life with Hospice

Choosing a quality hospice for you or a loved one is not difficult. Families of end-of-life patients should never hesitate to reach out to local hospices or their healthcare providers when it comes to selecting the right hospice. These professionals can identify what services are best for the patient and assist families in making this important decision, especially during such a difficult time. It is important to learn about the services that each hospice provides in order to find the best care for the unique needs of each patient.

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Health Advice: The Tween Years – How to Survive as a Parent

Tweens, or 10- to 14-year-old individuals “in between” childhood and adolescence, are notorious for mood swings. More than 20 million tweens live in the U.S., according to an estimate by the 2010 U.S. Census. As tweens begin puberty, they face many challenges, including middle school, social issues, homework, and the stress of having responsibilities. At this stage of development brain and body development changes also occur that they may not understand. These changes are very normal. All tweens have mood swings to a certain extent.

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Exercise for Immunity

Recent … and news items show that moderate exercise works with good diet to enhance immune systems. It does not take much. Just walking a few miles per week can help prevent cancers in vari.

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