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Adults Need Vaccines, Too

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Get Your Flu Vaccine!

AARP The Magazine
7 Ways to Make the Most of Your Doctor Visit
By: Nissa Simon

Time Magazine
5 Essential Tricks for Treating Sunburn
By: Chelsea Burns

AARP The Magazine
Your Summer Survival Guide
By: Julie Stewart, Elizabeth Agnvall and Candy Sagon
Reduce Your Risk of Falling

No need to live in a cave: sun protection tips, from head to toe
By: Kim Painter

American Heart Association | American Stroke Association
May is American Stroke Month!

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Drink Alcohol Only In Moderation

Six Ways to Improve Odds and Beat Heart Disease
By Jen Christensen

American Cancer Society
Six Ways to Lower Your Risk for Colon Cancer
By Stacy Simon

Time Magazine
The 50 Healthiest Foods of All Time (With Recipes)
By Alexandra Sifferlin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cold Stress

Vaccines to Get Now
By Renee Bacher

Time Magazine
5 Healthy Eating Habits to Adopt This Year
By Cynthia Sass

Time Magazine
How To Prevent The Flu This Winter
By Justin Worland

The Active Times
Stay Fit for the Holidays: Tips for a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season
By Katie Rosenbrock

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Be Prepared to Stay Safe and Healthy in Winter
By Amy Rushlow

WebMD Health News
Staying Warm and Safe in Winter Weather
By Valarie Basheda

YAHOO Health
5 Ways to Lower Your Risk for Alzheimer's Disease
By Amy Rushlow

National Institute on Aging
What's On Your Plate: Smart Food Choices for Healthy Aging

ABC News
5 Tips to 'Fall Back' From Daylight Saving Time 2014
By Kate Moisse

CNN Health
4 Tips for Sticking with a Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
By Paige Greenfield

Today Health
10 things to do now to reduce your breast cancer risk later
By Dina Roth Port

NBC News
U.S. Life Expectancy Reaches New High, But Suicide Rate Rises
By A. Pawlowski

CNN Health
Soda makers want to cut calories: But is diet really better?
By Jacque Wilson

CNN News
It's Time to Get Your Flu Shot
Flu season is about to begin: Get your flu shot now
By Val Willingham

Medline Plus / U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Smoking Banned In More Than 80% of U.S. Homes
By Erika Sward
Researchers cite 'considerable progress' because of changing social norms.

Time Magazine
14 Non-Dairy Foods That Are High in Calcium
By Christine Mattheis

U.S. News and World Report
Recovering Language After a Stroke
By Kristine Crane

American Heart Association
Hospitalizations, deaths from heart disease, stroke drop in last decade
By Harlan Krumholz, M.D., S.M
U.S. hospitalization and death rates for heart disease and stroke dropped significantly in the last decade due to lifestyle changes and an improved quality of life.

The Extraordinary Science of Addictive Junk Food.
By Michael Moss

What happens during a stroke
By Jacque Wilson

Controlling Your Risk Factors
By Dr. Jayendra Patel, M.D., F.A.C.C.
It is widely known that cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death of men and women in the United States, but few know that the majority of these diseases can be prevented.

American Diabetes Association�
Create Your Plate
Creating your plate is an easy way to get started with managing blood glucose levels.

What you need to know about kids and norovirus
By Laura Anastasia
Tuesday February 5, 2013

Butter vs. Margarine: How to Choose
By Amanda MacMillan



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