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Don’t ignore gardening pain. It could signal something serious

Most people do not head for the garden planning to finish the day with aches and pains or a serious injury. Tending flowers, trimming bushes, cleaning out leaves in the fall, planting a new tree, and even mowing the lawn can be considered a way to relax and enjoy the outdoors. For the gardener,...
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Our skin has a lot to tell us

Submitted by Daniel W. Cuozzo

Most of us have them - those dark brown, pink or skin colored spots that can be found anywhere on our body. Moles or nevi that are present at birth or appear during the first three months are called congenital and those that develop afterwards are called acquired. Most moles develop in the first 25...
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Keeping Kids - And Adults - Hydrated in the Hot Summer

Submitted by Kim Westcott

It's going to be hot out there! Temperatures are rising and kids will be outside playing at the beach, the playground and the ball fields. With hotter temperatures and more physical activity, one’s fluid needs increase. Dehydration is a preventable problem. Signs of dehydration include: dry lips...
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