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Monday, Aug. 15, 2016
As temperatures rise, the risk of heat illness for those participating in outdoor activities rises with them. Children, individuals with low fitness levels and those who have suffered from a previous heat illness are more susceptible to falling victim of the heat.
Monday, Aug. 15, 2016
Surprisingly, approximately one in six couples will struggle with infertility at some point. As many couples are now delaying pregnancy, infertility is becoming more common. Unfortunately, many couples do not feel comfortable discussing this struggle publicly and prefer to deal with it in private.
Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Take steps to protect children, sexual partners

The Zika virus, which originated in Uganda in the Zika forest, is rare among adults. However, it’s incredibly dangerous for a developing baby. “If you are a woman of child-bearing years or if you are pregnant, you must take every precaution to not get infected, especially during the first trimester,” said Mirfakhraee.
Monday, April 25, 2016

Giving in is the same thing as giving up

Let me explain. If you are like me, you probably find yourself saying “no” more often these days than usual. “No” to continued deficit spending by the federal government, “no” to government-run health care, “no” to higher and higher taxes from Baton Rouge, “no” to illegal immigration or sanctuary cities … the list seemingly goes on and on.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Supplements, proper diet and exercise are key to healthy lifestyle

According to the 2011 Iowa Women’s Health Study, multivitamin supplements may be associated with increased total mortality risk for older women. The study examined 38,772 older women, with an average age of 61.6 years old. Iron had the most significance in increasing total mortality risk.
Monday, Feb. 16, 2015

Governmental entities need your scrutiny

Making a living these days is not easy. For some, both spouses work, some work two jobs, and making ends meet with costs rising to raise a family and for necessities result in living paycheck to paycheck. And it doesn’t help matters that governmental entities take a big bite out of our income every payday to spend as they see fit – often not wisely.



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