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Health News: Make This Football Season a Smarter One

(BPT) – As the less structured and sun-filled summer days come to an end, many households across the country are preparing for football camps, practices and the start of the season. Coaches are dusting off their playbooks, schools and leagues are prepping the fields, and parents are adjusting their schedules to make time to attend games and scrimmages. And, just as the stadium lights turn on, so too does the conversation around player safety.

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Health Advice: Hey Mom! What’s Your Head Lice Experience? [Infographic]

Although head lice are a common problem in families with school-aged children, a new national survey reveals that despite 60% of moms – including 85% of those who have experienced head lice in their household as an adult – saying they know the facts about head lice, many still appear to be confused when it comes to common myths about head lice. This article will be a good one to bookmark and call upon when – statistics show – head lice hit your family.

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Health News: Dare to Dream – Feed Your Imagination to Add Flavor to Life

Feed your imagination, break away from the ordinary and add some flavor to your life – and your relationships. Craft some new experiences and create memories that make the daily routines worthwhile.

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Health News: Celebrate The Power of Hearing During Better Hearing and Speech Month [Infographic]

Improve the way you hear during Better Hearing and Speech Month [Infographic]

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Health News: Summer Do’s and Don’ts for Hearing Aid Wearers

Wearing hearing aids shouldn’t keep you from enjoying yourself, but it is important to remember exposure to high heat can damage their outer casings and interior components. Therefore, whether you plan to spend your days basking in the sun by the beach or pool, or visiting exotic destinations, you should prepare to keep your hearing aids safe and functioning.

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Health News: Summer Do’s and Don’ts for Hearing Aid Wearers

Wearing hearing aids shouldn’t keep you from enjoying yourself, but it is important to remember exposure to high heat can damage their outer casings and interior components. Therefore, whether you plan to spend your days basking in the sun by the beach or pool, or visiting exotic destinations, you should prepare to keep your hearing aids safe and functioning.

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Health News: Summer Do’s and Don’ts for Hearing Aid Wearers

Wearing hearing aids shouldn’t keep you from enjoying yourself, but it is important to remember exposure to high heat can damage their outer casings and interior components. Therefore, whether you plan to spend your days basking in the sun by the beach or pool, or visiting exotic destinations, you should prepare to keep your hearing aids safe and functioning.

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Health News: Summer Do’s and Don’ts for Hearing Aid Wearers

Wearing hearing aids shouldn’t keep you from enjoying yourself, but it is important to remember exposure to high heat can damage their outer casings and interior components. Therefore, whether you plan to spend your days basking in the sun by the beach or pool, or visiting exotic destinations, you should prepare to keep your hearing aids safe and functioning.

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Health News: Summer Do’s and Don’ts for Hearing Aid Wearers

Wearing hearing aids shouldn’t keep you from enjoying yourself, but it is important to remember exposure to high heat can damage their outer casings and interior components. Therefore, whether you plan to spend your days basking in the sun by the beach or pool, or visiting exotic destinations, you should prepare to keep your hearing aids safe and functioning.

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Health News: Life on The Cutting Edge – Groundbreaking Stem Cell Research Into Lou Gehrig’s Disease

(BPT) – On July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig said goodbye to the crowd at Yankee Stadium: "Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth." The bad break he referred to was his career-ending diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known today as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Seventy-five years later, researchers studying ALS are using cutting-edge stem cell science to develop treatments and, one day, a cure.

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