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25 Great Food Substitutions for Better Nutrition

Looking for healthier versions of your favorite dishes that don’t cause you to sacrifice flavor? Good news – it’s easier than you think!
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6 Ways to Prevent Digital Eye Strain at the Office

Do you ever experience physical eye discomfort after staring at your computer screen for long periods of time? This is known as digital eye strain and with the constant increase in digital technology, it’s becoming more and more common.
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Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late – Signs of Meningitis to Lookout For

April 24th recently marked World Meningitis Day – a day dedicated to raising awareness and spreading knowledge of this disease, including signs and symptoms, risk factors and prevention. To help continue this educational endeavor, here are some facts that everyone should know.
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How Hunt Regional Makes Patient Safety a Top Priority

When it comes to a hospital stay, a patients’ main focus is recovering from the condition that led to admission. And this aligns with a medical staff’s goal of providing treatment. However, healthcare professionals have another top priority that may not be as widely recognized – patient safety.
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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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5 Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, many of us may be looking for some last-minute date ideas. This year, challenge yourself to come up with a plan that not only takes your relationship into consideration, but your heart as well.
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Heart-Healthy Foods for Women to Work Into their Diets

This past Friday, February 3rd marked the fifteenth celebration of National Wear Red Day®, a day reserved to raise awareness of women’s heart health. And raising this awareness is vital, because heart disease is the number one killer of women. But there is good news, too.
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6 Healthy Reversals to Make this Opposite Day

January is often the time of year when people set goals and begin making positive changes, especially when it comes to health improvements. If you’re one of these people and are looking for some healthy inspiration, what better time to make changes than Opposite Day (January 25th)?
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