Diabetes is one of the most prevalent health problems in our country, with some 29.1 million Americans -- or 9.3 percent of the population -- battling the condition.  Here's an even scarier statistic: Three in ten Americans with diabetes don't even know that have it. That's not good. ...

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 The winter months are not only responsible for seasonal colds, mountains of snow, and temperatures far below freezing, but also one of the most dangerous risks to your health: lack of vitamin D. With the sun only shining while most of us work, it's important to get this vitamin from different sources.

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 You've heard it before, maybe even a few times here on our website; the office environment can be hazardous to your health! Just because you have your work responsibilities, doesn't mean you can't also focus on staying healthy and happy.

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 Few things seem quite as innocent or pure as a kiss. But there are hidden health dangers in locking lips, and you should probably be aware of them as the season for flu and other illnesses falls upon us.

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 I woke up just this morning with that wonderful feeling, that I'm sure most folks get around this time of year; that itch in the back of the throat, combined with that slight bit of sniffles. Throw in a minor cough, and you're got the makings of a cold! 'Tis the season, indeed!

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