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Prevent Blindness America warns that there is no safe way for nonprofessionals to use fireworks. It is only safe to enjoy the splendor and excitement of fireworks at a professional display.
Getting enough magnesium in your diet from foods such as whole grains, nuts, fish and and vegetables may reduce your risk of diabetes along with magnesium's other nutritional benefits.
Shrimp passed canned tuna on the National Fisheries Institute list of most-consumed seafood in 2001, and today Americans consume 4.2 pounds of shrimp per capita. But is Shrimp for you?
Cutting back on salt? Your food can still be tasty.
Men can make their health a priority. Take action daily to be stronger and healthier.
There are times when headaches or uncharacteristic migraine symptoms are indications of something that needs medical attention.
Need a way to stamp out some of the stress in your work life? If so, plan to attend the S.O.S. picnic at your campus!
Prompt, careful tick removal is very important in not causing accidental transmission of bacteria from the tick to the host.
Every time you tan you are exposing your skin to harmful UV rays that damage your skin. Tanned skin is not healthy skin.
The spiritual dimension of wellness involves seeking meaning and purpose in human existence. It includes the development of a deep appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and natural forces that exist in the universe

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