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How to Prioritize Your Health Over the Holidays

Warm greetings to the holiday season! As the air gets colder and the festive lights begin to twinkle, it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of the holidays. However, amidst the joyful celebrations and gatherings, it’s crucial to remember to prioritize your health. This season, let’s explore critical tips to ensure you’re taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional well-being during the...

3 Steps to Prevent Medical Identity Theft

Identity theft is a pervasive issue, and while most people are aware of financial identity theft, another type of identity theft often flies under the radar—medical identity theft. This fraudulent act involves the misuse of someone’s personal information, such as their name, insurance details, or Social Security number, to obtain medical services, prescriptions, or other healthcare-related benefits. During Fraud Awareness Week, it’s essential to shed...

Facing Men's Health Challenges One Mustache at a Time

Every November, you might notice some men proudly sporting mustaches, even if it’s not typically their style. These mustaches aren’t just a fashion statement; they symbolize support and awareness for men’s health issues. This annual event, known as “Movember,” has become a global movement, encouraging men to grow mustaches throughout November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health challenges. The Origin of Movember Movember...

Costumes, Candy, and Care: Safety Reminders for the Family this Halloween

Halloween is a fun time for the entire family. This special holiday encourages creativity, strengthens community spirit, and gives us all an excuse to dress up. To help prevent accidents and injuries that could spoil the holiday or worse, we offer the following safety reminders for Halloween. Choose Safe Costumes Halloween costumes should be made of flame-resistant fabric. Colors should be bright and reflective, or...

5 Pregnancy Health Tips to Prepare for Parenthood

During pregnancy, a healthy lifestyle is more important than ever. Things you do that have a good or bad effect on your body can also affect your unborn child. For example, research has shown that eating a nutritious diet during pregnancy is linked to proper brain development, a healthy birth weight, and a reduced risk of birth defects. A healthy lifestyle can also help reduce...