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Five Steps to Improve Your Health in 2018

By Kathryn Menard-Rothe

The New Year provides an opportunity for you to take stock of your prior year and decide how you want the upcoming year to shake out.

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Get to Know Your Family’s Health History

By Jeanine Kies

You can’t choose your relatives or the diseases that run in your family, but understanding your family health history can make a difference.

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Exercise Tips for Senior Citizens

By Katie Chada

Sticking with a fitness routine is a struggle at any age. Here are some tips to help you stay motivated to continue with your workouts.

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Recognizing Seasonal Affective Disorder

By Corey Carr, MD

For some people, a change in the seasons brings on a condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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Five Tips to Beat Holiday Depression

By Michele Eggers

While the holidays can be a joyous time spent celebrating with family and friends, it can also be a time of increased worry and stress.

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Overcoming Mental Health Stigmas

By Mary Beth Alvarez, MD

Every year, one in five Americans experiences a mental health issue. Even though many people are affected by these conditions, talking about them remains somewhat taboo.

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Should You Get a PSA Test for Prostate Cancer?

By Scott Johnson, MD

PSA is a protein produced by cancerous and noncancerous tissue in the prostate gland, which is located below the bladder in men.

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Three Health Issues Men Can’t Ignore

By Erin O’Tool, MD

Our society often expects men to be tough and ignore pain. But pain is often the body’s way of saying something’s not quite right. Being a tough guy can lead to health issues later in ...

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Annual Exams: Are They Really Necessary?

By Gregory Buran, MD

Countless American adults have been told they need to get an annual wellness exam to stay healthy. But new recommendations suggest you don’t need to check in with your doctor every year.

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