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Flu Infection Prevention Guidelines
Even if you are unable to get a flu shot this year, you can be your own best defense
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What to Do If You Get Sick
If you experience any of the following symptoms, stay home, avoid contact with others, and drink plenty of fluids. These are typical symptoms of both the seasonal flu and 2009 novel H1N1 influenza.
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Exercise Caution in Cold Weather
Regular physical activity does your heart good. But exercising outdoors in cold weather
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Some Things You Can Do to Protect You and Your Family
The CDC is encouraging people to get all vaccinations as soon as possible. More information on Vaccination.

Take these everyday steps to protect your health:

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Places Where You Can Get Additional Information :
Places Where You Can Get Additional Information :
www.health.state.ny.us: This has excellent information for patients and a good question and answer section. It has information for health providers as well.
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Digital Mammography
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Cervical Cancer … More Curable Than Ever
Did you know that cervical cancer is more curable than ever?
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It Is Important to Pamper Your Feet
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Breast Health Awareness
Yearly mammograms and clinical breast exams remain the most effective method for detecting breast cancer in its earliest and most treatable stage.
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Are You Sun Safe?
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Stroke: Do You Know the Warning Signs?
Brain damage can begin within minutes, so it is important to know the symptoms of stroke and act fast.
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Prevention Tips for a Healthy Back
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Food Bourne Illness Prevention
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August is National Immunization Awareness Month
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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

 

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Managing Urinary Incontinence
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Gynecological Care During Post-childbearing Years

Though individual factors can vary greatly, healthy women who are of post-childbearing age should visit their gynecologist about every two years.  And generally, these visits should focus on the three most important health issues for women in this age group: cancer prevention, osteoporosis and quality of life concerns.

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