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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “swimmer’s ear,” also known by its clinical name otitis externa, causes an estimated 2.4 million visits to a healthcare provider each year.
Keys? Check. Phone? Check. Purse? Check. You have everything you need as you lock the car and turn to walk into the store, but are you forgetting the most important thing in your life—your child?
Spring has sprung and with it comes an increase in pollen levels that lead to some of the most serious seasonal allergies. Creating an allergen-free zone at home can help keep symptoms to a minimum.
Because bitter temperatures and snowy days have a tendency to keep you indoors, remaining active during the blustery months of winter is extremely important to your health.
As you battle the holiday rush to deck the halls, cross off every gift on your list, and prepare delicious dishes, this hectic season can become detrimental to your health.
More home cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day, and the United States Fire Administration says that deep-frying turkeys is one of the greatest causes.
Between trick-or-treating, costumes and candy, Halloween can be a safety nightmare. Help your little ghosts and goblins avoid the dangers of this haunted holiday without spoiling the fun.
From “Boo!” to Boo-Boos
Summer vacation is looming and travel plans are being made! Before you hit the road, board the plane or even pack your bags, check out these travel apps that will make your trip easier, healthier and more enjoyable.
Summer means cookouts, but common cooking mistakes could mean health risks and unpleasant side effects.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that every year, foodborne illnesses sicken nearly 50 million Americans and hospitalize 128,000. Smart food preparation and cooking are the most effective ways to make sure you get only enjoyment out of your summer cookouts.
Nothing quenches your thirst quite like water. Even so, three out of four Americans are chronically dehydrated. As summer approaches, it's time to make hydration a priority.
We all know how important it is to stay hydrated, but it's easy to forget in the midst of a busy day. If you're chronically dehydrated, you may not even recognize the signs of thirst. Symptoms of dehydration include: