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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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What We Are Doing to Prevent Influenza Viruses from Spreading
We take the health of our patients, our employees, and the community very seriously.
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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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Reduce Your Risk For Stroke
A stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain is blocked or bursts, stopping blood flow. Without blood and the essential oxygen it carries, the affected part of the brain starts to die. The region of the body controlled by the damaged area of the brain can’t work properly.
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Prevention Tips for a Healthy Back
If you have back pain, you are not alone. Nearly everyone at some point has back pain that interferes with work, daily living activities or recreation. Recurring back pain can often be the result of improper body mechanics, including poor posture or lifting objects incorrectly. It can also be the result of a sedentary lifestyle.
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Cause For Concern …Heart Disease In Women
Heart disease is the number-one health threat to women of all ages, and the most preventable.
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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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Digital Mammography
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New Treatment for Herniated Disks
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Managing Urinary Incontinence
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Put Your Hands Together to Prevent the Spread of Infection
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Self-Esteem Matters

Low self-esteem is often a common factor among those who suffer from the disease of addiction. 

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It Is Important to Pamper Your Feet
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Prevent Bone Loss With Early Diagnosis

 

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Prevention Tips for a Healthy Back
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