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Facts About Autism


In recent decades, the rate of autism has gone up, but researchers don’t fully understand why. They have, however, made strides in their understanding of the disorder and in how to treat it. Read on to learn more about autism and the support services available for children with the disorder…

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Why Are You So Tired All The Time?


Everyone gets tired out from time to time. But some people can feel exhausted over a long period of time, even with enough rest. Extreme…

Get the Facts About Breast Cancer


There are currently more than 3 million women living with breast cancer in the US, and it is the second leading cause of death among…

What is Cancer?


Like many people, you may think of cancer as one disease. The fact is, cancer is actually a group of more than 100 diseases that…

Low Back Pain and What You Can Do About It


If there’s one medical condition that many of us might have in common, it’s low back pain. Here are some facts that highlight just how…

Facts About Autism


In recent decades, the rate of autism has gone up, but researchers don’t fully understand why. They have, however, made strides in their understanding of…

What You Need to Know About Vitamin D Deficiency


From keeping bones strong to supporting muscles and nerves to helping the immune system, vitamin D (also known as the ‘sunshine vitamin’) is a key…

7 Ways You Can Help Someone With Diabetes


There’s a good chance that someone you know has diabetes. It is a disease that affects more than 30 million people in the US—about 9%…

Is Your Child Overweight or Obese?


Childhood obesity is known to have immediate and long-term harmful effects on a person’s overall health and well-being.  Alarmingly, since the 1970s, the percentage of…

Understanding Probiotics


Everyone seems to be talking about probiotics these days. You might even have seen them in your local grocery store. But do we know what…

Painful Sex and Menopause


You may know all too well about hot flashes, night sweats, trouble sleeping, and other menopause-related changes. But if you experience pain during and after…

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