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Excitement is in the air as parents and children rush through shopping centers to make those last minute purchases. Preparing for that first day of school can be both an exciting time as well as a stressful time. Make  your shopping a much more pleasant ...

The warm months of summer bring out the small insects called ticks. There are many varieties and it is difficult to keep up with the variety that can cause problems. There are several measures that should be taken to avoid a tick bite. They are as ...

Wellness screenings. What good are they? Health Screenings are used to monitor the health status of an individual. When you go for your health screening visit you will learn a lot about your health status and what you can do to improve your health. ...

I heard it said just recently. Be thankful for freedom because freedom is never free. As I look forward to the celebration of the birth of our great nation, I want to express my gratitude to be a citizen of this great country. America is indeed the land ...

Hustle and bustle. These words describe the pace that most of us keep. You know the drill – get up early and keep a hurried pace well into the evening hours. We schedule every waking hour with some form of work or activity. What ever happened to fun ...

Thirsty? That’s a good thing! Our body need an adequate intake of fluids to stay healthy. Drinking an adequate supply of water daily is essential to good health and wellness. Not getting enough water, especially during the hot summer months, can ...

Walking is one of the best exercises for healthy living. Most everyone can participate. All one needs is a good pair of tennis shoes, comfortable clothing, a good place to walk, and a little motivation. For beginners, the key is consistency. Start out by ...

Sunshine on my shoulder makes me….. Summertime is a great season. During the summer, there are many opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities: swimming, hiking, boating, tennis, and walking. One word of caution: Take precautions with UV ray ...

Have you ever wondered why God put a uvula in the back of your throat? I have too. Let’s go for the short answer. The uvula closes off the nasal passages when you are swallowing. It also helps to produce certain sounds in various languages. So there ...