Friday, May 29, 2015
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  • May 31st is World No Tobacco Day

    May 31st is World No Tobacco Day

      6 million people every year are killed from tobacco. 600,000 of those are killed because of secondhand smoke. This trend is expected to kill 8 million annually by 2030 if untouched. World No To...

  • FDA Warns Tanners About The Dangers of Indoor Tanning

    FDA Warns Tanners About The Dangers of Indoor Tanning

      One year ago the Food and Drug Administration began regulating indoor tanning equipment as class II medical devices, requiring them to have black box warnings that tanning devices should not be...

  • 5 Risky Drugs To Use During Pregnancy

    5 Risky Drugs To Use During Pregnancy

    Many questions are raised concerning the safety of medicines that are used during pregnancy. Many drugs are found to cause birth defects, or other health risks in the baby. Even drugs used to treat mo...

  • Dog Flu Outbreak: Here is How To Protect Your Pet

    Dog Flu Outbreak: Here is How To Protect Your Pet

    The Dog Flu Has Spread – Here Are the Signs of Infection And What You Can Do Many midwesterners have heard about the recent outbreak of the dog flu, or the Canine Influenza Virus (CIV). The outb...

  • May Is American Stroke Month

    May Is American Stroke Month

    This Month is The Month to Spread Awareness About Stroke This month is American Stroke Month, and a good month to learn about the signs and symptoms of a stroke, and show you how to be F.A.S.T. F.A.S....

  • Swimming in Lakes This Summer Can Make You Sick

    Swimming in Lakes This Summer Can Make You Sick

    Swimming in Untreated Water Spreads Risk Of Norovirus Several reports were conducted last year when the norovirus spread – effecting hundreds of passengers traveling on cruise ships. This year, ...

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