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Thriving After Cancer: Tips for Survivors

You’ve finished your last cancer treatment, and you’re ready to return to the routine you had before your diagnosis. But you might not recognize your new, cancer-free life. You may be experiencing different emotions, or things might simply feel different. Adjusting can be overwhelming, but with a...

Breast Cancer
Lung Cancer
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Let’s Roll: The Benefits of Biking

Ready to roll? Cycling is an excellent form of exercise for all skill levels, and the equipment is available in most gyms or for rent in some cities. Plus, there isn’t a steep learning curve, and it’s easy to jump right in. The positives don’t stop there, though! When you put the pedal to the metal...

General Health & Wellness
Diet & Fitness
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It’s Paining Men: 4 Conditions More Common in Males

Men are less likely than women to go to the doctor, and they’re even more reluctant if everything feels fine. However, regular visits with your primary care physician can detect the first signs of many conditions. An early diagnosis can often save you time and money in the long run, so knowing the...

Men's Health
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5 Running Myths Debunked

There’s nothing better than feeling the wind at your back as you reach your stride. If you aren’t a runner currently, consider adding it to your fitness regimen. Running is a great way to get your heart pumping and reduce your risk of various diseases, including heart disease and diabetes. Keep...

Diet & Fitness
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
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A Woman's Guide to Her Menstrual Cycle

Whether you’re trying to become pregnant or you just want to know more about your body, it’s important to be familiar with the stages of your menstrual cycle. Tracking your period can help you become more attuned to your health and even help you conceive! The following chart shows the different...

Women's Health
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Keeping Count: How the Macro Diet Works

Every food you eat contains its own blend of micronutrients and macronutrients. The former are nutrients you only need a small amount of, including vitamins and minerals, while the body requires large amounts of the latter. The macro diet focuses on consuming specific levels of the three types of...

Diet & Fitness
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Could It Be a Hernia? Know the Symptoms

A sudden onset of pain, sometimes accompanied by a bulge, weakness, or burning, could be a sign of a hernia. But what exactly is a hernia, and what can you do about it? Read on to find out everything you need to know. What Is a Hernia? The muscles in your body that help you move and perform bodily...

Men's Health
General Health & Wellness
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Ways You Can Manage Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy, a condition stemming from damage to the peripheral nervous system, can be uncomfortable, if not painful. These altered nerves might be the result of physical injury or disease and can leave you with numbness, pain, or loss of control of muscles throughout the body, among...

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Lupus: The Great Imitator

Lupus is a tricky disease, masquerading as a variety of conditions. This results in an average of six years between the onset of symptoms and the time a person receives a diagnosis. We’re breaking down the basics of this mysterious condition so you can better track your symptoms. What Is Lupus?...

Bone & Joint Health
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Could Your Baby Have an Ear Infection?

Baby won’t stop crying, and you’ve tried everything—a diaper change, feeding, rash check. You suspect it might be in response to an ear infection, but you’re wondering if it’s just a behavior they’re picking up as they get older. Ear infections in young children are common, with 5 out of 6 children...

Children's Health