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Vaccinations: What if I Don’t?

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Vaccinations: What if I Don’t?

Over the past twenty or so years, vaccinations have gotten a pretty bad reputation. This is mostly due to the rise in numbers of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) seeming to correlate with the rise in numbers of children who got vaccines. So naturally, we tried to connect the two. However, after extensive research,

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The Skinny On Vitamin B12 Shots

Have you ever felt tired, weak, or fatigued even if you’ve gotten plenty of sleep and good nutrition? The truth is, no matter how healthy a lifestyle you lead, it’s possible to be deficient in super important vitamins that can affect your daily life. Vitamin B12 could be one of those vitamins. According to the

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Back to School Health Tips

This month means back to school for the students of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties. It also means that kids will be exposed to more germs than they were over the summer, making them more susceptible to catching a bug. To help avoid the spread of illness in the classroom and at home, we have

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Playing Medicine Keep-Away Keeps Kids Safe

The “terrible twos” were given that name for a reason. One of the most challenging parts of the process can be the combination of increased curiosity and mobility around the house. Suddenly, their grabbing-reach extends to wherever their new-found legs can carry and climb them. Though fun for them, it can also be extremely dangerous.

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