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Health News: Stay on Top of Your Rheumatoid Arthritis with These Helpful Tips

If you have been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), you are probably familiar with many of these statistics, just as well as you know the pain that occurs in your joints during an RA flare-up. Chances are good that symptoms of your RA have caused you to miss social events or even work. But there is good news. Although RA is not curable, there are multiple ways to effectively manage your condition and improve your quality of life.

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Health Advice: Planning, Communication and Cooperation Help Reduce Back-to-school Worry for Parents of Students with Diabetes

(BPT) – Children begin each school year excited about making new friends, and learning new things. But children living with diabetes and their families may also feel uncertain or uneasy about how their diabetes will be managed throughout the school day.

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Health News: Understanding Headache Pain, Treatments

(Family Features) Whether it’s a mild stress headache or a full-blown migraine, those who regularly battle headaches are continually looking for safe and effective remedies to alleviate the pain as quickly as possible.

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Medical News: Count on Better Eye Health

Clear vision is a crucial tool in experiencing life to its fullest potential, but according to Essilor, an estimated 2.5 billion people worldwide see poorly and don’t possess adequate access to vision correction.

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Healthy Living Advice: What are Your Breast Cancer Risk Factors? The Answers Could Surprise You

(BPT) – Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, aside from skin cancers. About one in eight women in the U.S. develop invasive breast cancer during her lifetime. Fortunately, 90 percent of patients diagnosed with breast cancer will survive the disease.

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Healthy Living Advice: Combat Signs of Aging with Simple Beauty Routine Updates

(BPT) – You’re probably aware that consuming too much sugar can lead to weight gain, and that sugar is linked to a range of health problems, including diabetes. But did you know that sugar also can make you look old? Or that dehydration can damage your skin? Some surprising factors affect your skin, but some simple changes to your beauty routine can help combat the impact aging has on your body and skin.

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Healthy Living Advice: Grape idea! One Simple Ingredient Boosts Nutrition and Reinvents Meals

(BPT) – As the days start to get shorter – and the evenings busier – families are always on the lookout for quick and easy go-to meals that will please even the pickiest eaters. A few tricks and time-saving recipes instantly reinvent family favorites and will receive rave reviews at the dinner table.

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Healthy Living Advice: Can The Power of Positive Thinking Change Your Life?

(BPT) – A positive attitude is one of the most powerful assets you can have. Positive people find success, good health, happiness, wealth and rewarding relationships throughout their lives. This is not because they are already successful, or because they are more confident, it is simply the attitude. The law of attraction is that positive thoughts lead to positive results. Your thoughts are much more powerful than just electric signals between synapses. They have the ability to define you and affect those around you. However, it’s not easy to summon this way of thinking on command. It may take years of patience and practice to change your overall mentality.

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Health News: You Do Not Always Get What You Pay for When Buying Eyeglasses Online

Eyeglasses are an investment in a person’s health and must be custom-fit not only to be comfortable, but also to meet particular prescriptive needs. Before purchasing eyeglasses it’s worthwhile to do some homework.

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Healthy Living Advice: Treats Without Tricks – Safety and Nutrition Tips for Halloween

(BPT) – Halloween night is swiftly approaching and parents want children to stay safe while having fun. It’s easy to take the tricks out of trick-or-treating with simple Halloween safety and nutrition tips.

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