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National Men's Health Week

National Men’s Health Week is observed each year leading up to Father’s Day. This week is a reminder for men to take steps to be healthier, but they don’t have to do it alone! Whether it’s your husband, partner, dad, brother, son, or friend you can help support the health and safety of the men in your life.
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Don't Forget to Exercise

In this time of sheltering in place, we can forget to exercise. Don't. Staying healthy is more than just avoiding something, it's also doing something. Exercising during this COVID-19 pandemic can help lift your spirits and help you stay in shape.
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5 Ways to Improve Your Heart Health

Heart disease kills more people than all forms of cancer combined and is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI).
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Preventing Group B Strep in newborns

Not all babies exposed to GBS become infected, but, for those who do, the results can be devastating. GBS can cause babies to be miscarried, stillborn, born prematurely, become very sick, have lifelong handicaps, or die. Even babies born to mothers who have tested negative can become infected by group B strep.
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The Truth About Aging and Dementia

Your body undergoes many changes with aging. Although there are some normal age-related changes, including in a person’s memory and thinking, dementia, or severe memory loss that interferes with daily life, is not part of the normal aging process. Learn what’s healthy aging and what’s not.
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Emergency Preparedness for Older Adults

Natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and blizzards, may force you to evacuate your home or shelter-in-place at short notice. It is important to know what to do in case of an emergency well before disaster strikes. Follow these easy steps to make sure you’re protected.
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Guide to Checking Your Heart Health at Home

During a wellness visit, your heart is used to receiving your primary care physician’s undivided attention. He or she makes sure it isn’t under too much pressure, acts as a good listener, and isn’t afraid to level with it. The problem is, many hearts don’t get this amount of attentiveness outside of the doctor’s office.
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Spotlight on sleep

It's important to get enough sleep. Sleep helps keep your mind and body healthy. Getting enough sleep isn’t only about total hours of sleep. It’s also important to get good quality sleep on a regular schedule so you feel rested when you wake up.
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