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Traveling Tips: Dental Health Care On The Go

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Whether it’s a quick car ride to the neighboring state, a 14-hour plane ride across the globe, or a day of acting as a tourist, all travel bugs struggle with the same issue: their daily routines are thrown out of the window. With all of that eating out and snacking while traveling, your dental hygiene easily gets pushed aside.

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Dangers of Sunburn Tattoos

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Every summer there’s seems to be a new social media trend. They can range from charitable like last year’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, to dangerous like getting sunburned…on purpose. This trend is circulating Instagram with #SunburnArt and #SunburnTattoo, and these so-called works of art are generally more dangerous than most normal sunburns. Want to find out why? Dr. Pablo Prichard, chief of plastic surgery at HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center and senior partner at Advanced Aesthetic Associates explains.


Tips for Managing and Coping with Allergies

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Allergy season. We all know it, we all suffer from it—whether you have an actual allergy (hello, itchy eyes, congestion and sneezing) or you’re one of the “lucky” ones who doesn’t have an allergy, but still get to hear the constant sneezing and sniffling of those who do, allergy season is fun for no one. Read on to find out tips on how to manage your allergies from Tonya Winders, CEO of the Allergy & Asthma Network, a patient center network focused on outreach, education, advocacy and research.



Men's Health Month: Living Long and Healthily

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During June, organizations around the world celebrated Men’s Health Month as a way to raise awareness for health issues facing men. But just because June is over doesn’t mean you should put your health on hold. Maintaining your health is a full-time job and while you sometimes may take a “vacation” of sorts from focusing on our health (have a few beers at a party, overeat while binge watching “House of Cards” on Netflix), you should always be thinking of your well-being. Keep reading to find out what you can and should be doing to live your longest and healthiest life possible.


6 Easy Ways To Stick To Your Fitness Plan This Summer

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Summer’s here and that means fun weekend trips to the lake, barbeques, cocktails and skimpy bathing suits. 

The thought of sticking to your regular fitness plan through all the trips and events can be overwhelming, but by implementing these five easy steps, it will be a breeze!

1)   Have A Game Plan

Write out what you are willing to do during the summer.  If that means scaling back from your typical plan that is totally okay, just be honest with yourself. Maybe you’re used to going to yoga 5-6 times a week and only...

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