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How To Live a Healthy Life in Your 40s, 50s, and Beyond 

In our previous blog, we compiled a few healthy living tips for people in their 20s and 30s. Today, we’d like to continue this series by focusing on the next age ranges. So, if you’re in your 40s or 50s (or if you’re nearing that age), keep reading! As always, if you’re looking for top-tier

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The Go-To-Guide for a Healthy Living in Your 20s & 30s

As we age, our bodies change. It’s a fact of life. The changes may be subtle at first, barely noticeable, until one day, seemingly out of nowhere, your knees don’t feel as stable as they once were. Or perhaps you’re no longer able to eat the same types of food you used to love.  Although

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The Importance of Routine Blood Work and Why It is Helpful

Your blood says a lot about you. It also says a lot about life itself, our unique biology, where we came from, and the complexities of human physiology. For centuries, people have been fascinated with blood, as it is a symbol of both life and death. There is deeply entrenched lore around it as well,

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The Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy for Menopause Symptoms 

Despite the fact that women have been going through menopause for centuries, many women today will still be taken by surprise when strange symptoms begin to emerge. Menopause is a natural biological process and has therefore been happening since the beginning of human history. It is the time in a woman’s life that indicates the

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A Look at Family Medicine: Its History and Its Importance

Family medicine has humble beginnings in the early days of the United States. In the 1800s, the U.S population was still largely rural and doctors usually visited people on horse and buggy. Things have certainly changed since then! Yet the fundamental principles of practicing good medicine still remain the same and have certainly improved as

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How Poor Water and Air Quality Affect Our Health

As humans, we need water and air to survive. It’s no surprise, then, that our world’s water supply and atmospheric conditions play a vital role in our health. This is why people all across the country are working together to make eco-friendly choices for a cleaner, healthier future. It may seem like an uphill battle,

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What You Should Know About Weight Loss

The journey of losing weight on your own takes a good amount of mental, emotional, and physical strength. Losing the desired weight can also be extremely tiresome, sometimes discouraging you from getting up and being active. With a doctor by your side, however, you won’t just receive the typical “eat less junk” or “cut back

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A Bit About the Different Types of Open Wounds

Most children and adults are quick to resort to giving their open wounds a light wash and go on with their day. But did you know, open wounds can be extremely detrimental to your health if they are not given proper medical attention and treatment? Even seemingly minor open wounds can lead to amputations, life-threatening

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