Healthy Living

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Physicals and Vaccinations

Making sure that your child is healthy and strong is a vital part of the back-to-school prep. Learn more about the basics about physicals, sports physicals, and vaccinations.

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Summer Water Safety

Whether you’re heading to the beach, the river, or the neighborhood pool, it’s important to know the basics of water safety. According to the American Red Cross, drowning is the leading cause of death for children, and the CDC lists it as the fifth most common cause of unintentional injury death in the United States.

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Eat Your Watermelon

Watermelons may be 92% water, but don’t underestimate them! They are packed with vitamins and minerals that can benefit almost every part of you.

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Preventing Dehydration

It wouldn’t be summer without warm days and outdoor activities. Make sure dehydration doesn’t ruin your fun! Part of being sun safe means knowing how to prevent and treat heat-related illnesses. Follow these four simple tips to stay hydrated and happy all season long.

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Sun Safety Tips

No matter what you’re doing outside – whether it’s relaxing by the water, camping, playing outdoor games or sports, or just hanging out in the backyard – it’s important that you protect your skin from the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays.

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Men and Mental Health

Millions of American men experience mental health challenges throughout their lifetimes. In fact, more than six million men in the United States suffer from depression. Men are also three times more likely than women to struggle with substance abuse than women.

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Injury Prevention for Men

Men are also more likely than women to take risks that put their bodies in harm’s way. Following easy injury prevention strategies when you play sports, help out around the house, and do tough jobs will help to keep you on your feet.

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Preventative Healthcare for Men

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, one in four American men does not have a regular source of healthcare. Not only do men avoid the doctor when they don’t feel well, they also don’t prioritize regular checkups.

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Pregnancy Superfoods

One of the simplest ways to make sure your baby’s development is on track is to eat a diet full of pregnancy superfoods. These superfoods aren’t fancy or expensive; in fact, you might already have them in your kitchen. They’re full of nutrients that will help your baby grow strong, and they’re tasty, too!

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