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Staying Healthy

Are You at Risk for Diabetes?

What is diabetes? Diabetes is when your blood glucose or 'blood sugar' is too high. Your body turns most food into glucose or sugar, to use for energy. Your pancreas makes insulin to help glu­cose get into your cells. With diabetes, your body doesn't make enough insulin or can't use its own insuli...

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How Much Alcohol Is Too Much?

Alcohol is processed by the body more slowly as we age. Understanding these changes and adjusting how much alcohol you can safely drink is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle.

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How To Properly Use Inhalers for COPD and Asthma

The videos in this article show you how to correctly use many types of inhalers. If after watching, you still have questions about using your inhaler, you can ask your local pharmacist for a “hands on” demo.  You can also call your doctor or you can always give us a call.  

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Why breast cancer awareness is important for women - and men

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. Each year it is estimated that over 246,660 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and although it is rare in men, an estimated 2,600 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer each year. The good news is that the chance for successful treatment is greater when cancer is found early. Just a few preventive steps can make a big difference.

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Your Mind Needs Exercise Too!

Just as you can exercise your muscles, you can also exercise your memory, attention, and more. As with physical exercise, brain exercise can help you improve your performance and feel your best. Memory fitness programs help improve attention, memory, brain speed, people skills, and intelligence.

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