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Favorite Fall Recipes

  Fall is the season of abundance and cooking with your family and friends is a great way to cultivate joy and spice (pumpkin spice) in your kitchen. These are two favorites in our house: Mulled Apple Cider

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Monkeypox – What Should I Know?

  With over 17,000 people in the United States now having been infected, overall case counts are starting to decrease over the last few weeks.  While monkeypox can affect anyone, the risk of contracting monkeypox in the general

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What Are Common Misconceptions About MRI Technology?

  With numerous image scanning options available, people generally make assumptions about each individual imaging technology based on attributes from the collective group. These assumptions gradually become common myths and misconceptions, which may create fear and hesitation around

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Creating Positive Expectations

Which is better? The carrot or the stick? Is it better to criticize someone or to try to help build them up? When working with people of any age, we always want to be positive. Here’s a couple

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New Updates To The Management Of Heartburn?

Heartburn, also known in the medical world as “gastroesophageal reflux” or “GERD,” is caused by irritation of the esophagus due to stomach acid.  Most commonly this leads to a burning discomfort in your upper abdomen below your breastbone

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Breast Cancer Screening

Breast cancer awareness is an incredibly important topic of discussion in both men’s and women’s health. While breast cancer remains the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women,there is good news in that death rates have fallen by about

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