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Reducing Your Risk of Stroke

Well Women Care Reducing Your Risk of Stroke May is National Stroke Prevention Month and a good time to take steps to reduce your risk of stroke. According to the National Stroke Association, up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented by taking certain steps to improve your...
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Put Some Spring in Your Step

Well Women Care Put Some Spring in Your Step Spring is on the horizon, but even so, winter can seem like a long time going.  Both March and April can still bring snowstorms and cold, making winter’s grip feel endless. Sometimes, the long days of winter can leave us feeling a...
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Beating the Winter Blues

Well Women Care Beating the Winter Blues The long days of winter can sometimes take a toll on people’s moods.  January can be particularly challenging now that the holiday festivities are over. However, with the right outlook, you can embrace the winter season and be as healthy,...
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Achoo! Cold & Flu Season Is Here

Well Women Care Achoo! Cold & Flu Season Is Here As fall deepens into winter, it brings not only the chance of snow but the arrival of some nasty germs for colds and flu. You can boost your chances of staying healthy this season by following a few simple steps. Be Proactive...
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Breast Cancer: Reduce Your Risk

Well Women Care Breast Cancer: Reduce Your Risk October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but taking steps to reduce your risk should be a year-round effort. Below are simple tips that might make a big difference in helping you maintain healthy breasts. Maintain a...
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Have Good “Summer Sense”

Well Women Care Have Good “Summer Sense” It’s summer once again and everyone is eager for time outdoors. Enjoying time in the sun is great as long as you take some precautions. The sun’s rays can cause skin cancer, and too much exertion in the heat can lead to heat-related...
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Boost Your Brain Health

Well Women Care Boost Your Brain Health May is National Mental Health month, and a good time to look at ways to improve your brain health. The physical changes within the brain that eventually lead to Alzheimer’s can actually start occurring decades before the disease manifests...
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Spring Into Good Health

Well Women Care Spring Into Good Health With the coming of spring, we often think of getting our households in order–cleaning, reorganizing, weeding out clothes and generally sprucing things up. But spring is also a good time to get your health in order by making sure you...
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The Facts About Flu

Well Women Care The Facts About Flu Because the flu is an annual occurrence, it is often not taken seriously. Many people get the flu and after a few weeks of misery, recover and are fine, but not everyone is so lucky. This is why the flu should be taken seriously. The flu kills...
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Just Breathe

Well Women Care Just Breathe As we come into the holiday season, many people start to feel not so much excited, but stressed. Fun as the holidays are, they can also be overwhelming with cooking, cleaning, hosting, shopping, and other activities added to the normal to-do lists....
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