Do Your Part: Wear A Mask

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A lot has changed over the last few months, and it can be overwhelming to know how you can help others while also trying to protect your family’s health.  There are some simple things you can do such as: Washing your hands often Avoid touching your face Stay 6 ft away from others Disinfect frequently

Everything You Need to Know About Measles

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Thanks to the measles vaccine developed in the 1960s, measles cases became extremely rare.  However, there have been small outbreaks since then.  Measles is a dangerous and highly contagious disease, so it is important to understand how you can protect your family. What is measles? Measles causes a rash all over the body. It is

Tips for a Safe Halloween

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Halloween is full of fun for kids every year. Getting dressed up in costumes, going to Halloween parties, and getting a bag full of your favorite candy is always exciting. Part of what makes for a great Halloween night is making sure that everyone has fun while also staying safe. We’ve compiled a few tips

Tips for Staying Healthy During Pregnancy

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When you are pregnant, the health choices you make affect both you and your baby, so it is important to live a healthy lifestyle before, during, and after pregnancy. Doing these simple things will help prevent pregnancy complications and ensure that you and your baby stay healthy. Eat a nutritious diet The things you eat

Tips for Adjusting to Life After Knee Replacement Surgery

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Knee replacement surgery is often necessary in order to allow a person to continue living a healthy, active, pain-free life. Along with a new knee, comes some lifestyle changes and adjustments. Below, we will discuss some of the things you can expect post-knee surgery, and what you can do to make sure you are living your healthiest

Activities to Avoid After a Concussion

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A concussion is a kind of traumatic brain injury that occurs when the brain hits into the inside of the skull. Student-athletes are more likely than others to get a concussion because of the sports they participate in, but anyone can get a concussion if there is any kind of trauma to the head. Some

Halloween Candy Safety

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Cool weather, falling leaves, and pumpkin patches are welcoming in the fall season, and kids are picking out their Halloween costumes for trick-or-treating.  But as a parent, you may be worried about what treats end up in your child’s Halloween candy basket.  Below is a list of ways you can make sure your children enjoy the holiday,