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Health News: Immunize Your Children to Protect Them From Serious Diseases [Infographic]

Vaccinations have become a controversial topic today. This article provides important health info for parents from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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Health News: The Ick Factor - Why You May be Struggling to Get Rid of Those Pesky Head Lice

Although they are not dangerous and do not carry disease, head lice can be a nuisance. One challenge you may face are treatments that don’t work the first time. Head lice treatment failure can have a number of possible causes, including not following application directions and emergence of treatment-resistant head lice.

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Money News: Child-proof Your Finances - Tips for New Parents

(BPT) - Whether welcoming a newborn, adopting a child or becoming a stepparent for the first time, bringing a child into your life means big changes - and a big impact on your finances.

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Brain Eating Amoeba That Kills 99% of Cases Found in Tap Water

Brain Eating Amoeba That Kills 99% of Cases Found In Tap Water.

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Medical News: How One Woman’s Cancer Journey Was Transformed Into Art

Learn how one woman’s cancer struggle turned into beautiful art.

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Sports Medicine News: How Chiropractic Care Can Help Runners

The running gear you choose (shoes, caps, tanks, socks, sunglasses, etc.) are meant for comfort and power – why not choose to comfort your body with regular visits to the chiropractor, too?

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Medical News: Four Reasons to Make The Move to a Medical Home

(BPT) - The American health care environment is rapidly changing. One model of health care that’s expanding across the country is the patient-centered medical home. A medical home is not a physical location, as the name implies, but a team-based model of health care delivery led by a physician or other qualified provider (for example, a physician assistant or nurse practitioner) that emphasizes a life-long, personal relationship between patient and physician from birth to old age.

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From Nursing Yourself Back to Health to Simple Defensive Measures, This Article Presents Tips to Help You Survive Cold and Flu Season

From nursing yourself back to health to simple defensive measures, this article presents tips to help you survive cold and flu season.

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Keep Yourself and Your Belongings Away From Others Who May be Sick to Prevent The Spread of Germs

Keep yourself and your belongings away from others who may be sick to prevent the spread of germs.

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Attacking The Deadly Herpes Virus with Acyclovir

There are two types of Herpes virus, namely: Type one Herpes which is carried by over 80 per cent of the population and is the culprit behind recurrent cold sores; and Type two Herpes which affects five to 20 per cent of the population. This type is often associated with genital herpes.

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