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  • How a Migraine Happens

    Current thinking about migraine pain has moved more toward the source of the problem, as improved technology and research have paved the way for a better understanding.

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  • Coping with a Cancer Diagnosis

    Learning that you or someone you love has cancer can make you feel that your world is being turned upside down. But there are people and resources that can help you.

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  • Activity Quiz

    Are you ready to start exercising, but don't know where to start? This quiz can get you off on the right foot.

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Back and Neck Care
Millions of Americans suffer from back pain every year. The reasons for the pain are many, including bad posture, accidents, improper lifting, obesity, and weak muscles. Practice prevention to minimize your risk for back pain — get regular exercise, lose any excess weight, and learn good posture.
Heart Disease
Heart disease is the biggest health risk Americans face today. If you don’t have heart disease now, you can help prevent it. If you’ve already been diagnosed with heart disease, you can keep it from getting worse. Here are the tools to get you started.
Older Adults
Although genetics determines how long we will live, it's the lifestyle we choose that will determine how healthy we are as we age.
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    Leukemia is a cancer of the bone marrow and blood. It is characterized by the uncontrolled production of blood cells.

    Your target heart rate is the range at which sustained physical activity - running, cycling, swimming laps, or any other aerobic exercise - is considered safe and effective.

    Recognizing the symptoms of stress in your life is one step toward managing it. This assessment will help you learn your particular stress symptoms.

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      Having shoulder pain or problems lifting your arms over your head? You may have tendonitis or a tear in the muscles and tendons that hold your shoulder in place, called the rotator cuff. This video explains symptoms of this syndrome, possible treatments, and ways you can prevent shoulder injuries.

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