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Fighting Seasonal Allergies During the COVID Pandemic

April 1, 2021

5 Reasons You Might Need a Paternity Test

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Thanks to salacious television talk shows, the phrase “Who’s your daddy?” has become something of a joke. But for many people, determining paternity is a serious matter. While many people get a paternity test mainly for peace of mind, there are several other reasons why someone might seek out a DNA test. Here are five …

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The Vitamin a Day That Could Keep COVID Away

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As people search for ways to protect themselves from the coronavirus, there is growing evidence that vitamin D could help protect you against COVID-19. Research shows immune-boosting vitamin D may play a role in preventing acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), a common cause of death among COVID-19 patients. Before you run out to the nearest …

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Diet Check – The Key Protein that Could be Making You Sick

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Gluten-free has been a buzzword for several years. From bread to pasta to desserts, a gluten-free lifestyle is one of the most popular diet trends in the United States. One in five people claim that they reduce or eliminate gluten in their diet. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, or rye. While some …

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Educate Yourself About Kidney Disease During National Kidney Month

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Kidney Disease: A Dangerous Illness That Can Hit You With No Signs or Symptoms An estimated 37 million adults in the United States are believed to have chronic kidney disease. The National Kidney Foundation reports that approximately 90 percent of those adults don’t know they have it. This is especially concerning during the coronavirus crisis since …

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African American History Month Spotlight: Vitamin D Deficiencies and COVID-19

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Vitamin D deficiency is now recognized as an epidemic in the United States. When it comes to people of color, the situation is most concerning.  It is estimated that 82 percent of Blacks and 63 percent of Hispanics are suffering from a vitamin D deficiency, compared to 31 percent of Caucasians. According to recent studies, …

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Heart Health Month: Separating Facts from Fiction

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February is Heart Health Month This is a time to raise awareness about heart disease, historically the number one cause of death among Americans. Heart disease can lead to heart attacks, heart failure, and stroke. This year, the observance takes on a more urgent tone due to COVID-19 and the complications associated with the virus. …

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Is Your Liver Health in Trouble?

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How to Find Out if Your Liver is Healthy More Americans have been turning to alcohol to get them through their coronavirus concerns. Studies show a massive spike in alcohol consumption. But all those cheers are cause for fears when it comes to our health. Doctors are fighting back with some sobering commentary of their …

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The Battle of the Bulge

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Is Your Body Resistant to Weight Loss? Every January, many of us make a resolution to make a change in our lives. One of the promises that we make to ourselves is to lose weight. But following through on that resolution can get derailed if you don’t see results. How many times have you cut …

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