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Healthy Sleep Habits Linked to Reduction in Risk for Heart Failure

Quality sleep is tied to improved concentration, reduced stress, improved memory, increased immunity, better moods, and increased productivity. A new study finds that quality sleep may also reduce your risk of heart failure. Past Research on Sleep Previous research indicates that people who have insomnia or sleep apnea have a higher risk of heart disease. […]

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Feeling More Stressed and Anxious? Why Your Smartphone May Be to Blame.

Growing research seems to have reached a conclusion on the issues of whether smartphone addiction causes depression or if depression results in smartphone dependency. Like the chicken and egg conundrum, it has been unclear whether smartphone addiction caused depression or depression leads to a dependency on smartphones. However, several studies now seem to indicate the […]

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Working From Home? Why a “Fake Commute” Could Help You Wind Down

Working from home can be a challenge. It’s tough for many people to get into a routine that keeps them productive throughout the day. For some, simply rolling out of bed in their pajamas and stumbling to the computer isn’t cutting it. This is why many people are finding the magic of taking a fake […]

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Why Social Distancing Probably Won’t End for at Least a Year

The clock isn’t going to hit midnight on 2021 and suddenly change the world. The coronavirus is still going to be here. We won’t get to suddenly burst into hugs of excitement. Social distancing isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. A vaccine isn’t here yet, and cases continue to rise in many parts of the world. […]

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FDA Approves First Ebola Treatment

Ebola is a deadly viral disease endemic to certain parts of Africa. It was first identified in the DRC, or the Democratic Republic of Congo, near a river called the Black River. Ebola means black in the local dialect. Outbreaks of the disease seem to appear from nowhere, infect and kill thousands, and then disappear […]

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Eliminating Processed Foods Could Significantly Lower Your Risk of Death from Heart Disease

In the United States alone, approximately 655,000 people a year die from heart disease. That’s one person every 36 seconds. With nearly 18 million annual deaths globally, it’s the leading cause of death around the world. This does, understandably, motivate researchers and others in the medical and health fields to identify the risk factors that […]

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High Blood Pressure on the Rise in US: Study

A recent study reports that uncontrolled high blood pressure cases are trending up in the U.S with a 10% spike during 2017 and 2018 over prior years. Data was compiled from the survey conducted by U.S. National Health and Nutrition on adults suffering from hypertension starting in 1999 and continuing through 2018. What Defines High […]

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Using Reusable Face Masks? Learn How to Sanitize Them

Medical experts admit that face masks are crucial in preventing coronavirus spread. This is because they provide a barrier that catches the micro-droplets containing the virus. While a face mask may effectively prevent the risk of contracting COVID-19, they must be cleaned after every use. If you have anyone in your household that’s ill or […]

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Refill Your Prescriptions Early and Avoid Delivery Delays!

If you are getting your prescriptions by mail, then you will want to get your re-fills in as soon as possible. With the upcoming Holiday Season your orders may take much longer to get to you. That’s why it is important that you refill your prescriptions as soon as possible. How soon? You should submit […]

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Shortage of Disinfectants in Your Area? Here’s What You Can Do

Reopening America means everyone must work together to lessen exposure to the coronavirus. This calls for social distancing, virus testing, contact tracing and self-isolation. It also involves cleaning and disinfecting public spaces. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created guidelines for disinfection. These guidelines apply to businesses, workplaces, schools and other public places. […]

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