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Now Is The Time For Flu Vaccines

Now Is The Time For Flu Vaccines It is estimated 36,000 people a year die from the flu and its accompanying complications, most of these deaths prevented by getting a flu shot. While dying from the flu is extreme there are other reasons why we should get a flu vaccination. Getting a vaccination will prevent…

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Why Is Drug Testing In The Workplace Important?

Why Is Drug Testing In The Workplace Important? Many companies require that new employees take a drug test. Many of these companies also have their employees sign a contract when they are hired which states that they agree to take a random drug test whenever asked by the company. More and more companies are doing…

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What You Should Know About DNA Testing

Our understanding of DNA and its connection to virtually every aspect of human life has led to some of the most exciting and important breakthroughs in medical history. Genomics, which is the science responsible for studying and mapping DNA strands, originated in the 80s and now provides the framework for modern DNA testing. Although the…

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The Travelers’ Guide to Vaccinations Before Travel

If you are planning a trip outside the country, then you need to check to see whether you need to get any travel vaccines before you go. Some of these vaccinations take several months to kick in, which means that you need to start planning for vaccinations before traveling well ahead of time. The CDC…

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Choosing a Primary Care Physician

Choosing a primary care physician (PCP) is one of the most important health decisions you can make for your and your family. ProHealth Medical Care offers the best comprehensive medical membership services to address the wide range of healthcare issues that you and your family need. Whether you are seeking healthcare for just yourself or…

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Movember: Not Just About the Beards

October is breast cancer awareness month, aka “wear all of the pink all of the time” month. May is Osteoporosis month. May 12 is even National Women’s Health Check Up Day. It seems like there’s a month, or at least a day, dedicated to every cause

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Daily Walks Linked to Breast Cancer Risk Reduction

Brisk walking or other forms of moderate physical activity may reduce postmenopausal breast cancer risk, according to a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. During a 20-year follow-up study, it was determined that women who walked briskly for one hour per day had significantly reduced risk of breast cancer in comparison to women…

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How Do They Do It? The Flu Shot Edition

The last few months have been crazy times in our country. We have a clown infestation (inside and outside of the presidential race). We’ve had natural disasters. We’ve even still had tragic shootings. In these chaotic times, I think we’re all looking for a constant; something we can count on. Well, there is one constant…

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Coconut Oil: Yay or Nay?

This time last year, all we heard about was Essential Oils. They were amazing. They cured everything. They calmed you down and hyped you up. They were basically bottled miracles. This year, there’s a new oil in town: coconut oil. This new oil

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Zika Virus In, FluMist OUT!

BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ!!! What’s all the ‘buzz’ about? Zika virus! I know that Zika sounds big and scary, but don’t run away just yet! We’re about to break down all of the confusion. What is this mystery virus? Zika is a mild virus spread by mosquitoes. That’s right. I said ‘mild.’ IF Zika causes symptoms…

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