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Lyme Disease: Why Early Treatment Matters

Taking prompt action after a deer tick bite can help prevent Lyme disease and can greatly reduce the risk of long-term complications.

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Doomscrolling: Breaking the Habit

Endlessly scrolling through negative content on your cell phone – or doomscrolling – is an unhealthy but common habit, especially among younger adults.

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Do You Need Electrolyte Supplements to Stay Hydrated?

Electrolyte powders and tablets for water have become a go-to rehydration source for athletes and non-athletes alike. But do you need to take them every day?

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Lynch Syndrome: Genetic Disorder Raises Risk of Many Cancers

A family history of Lynch syndrome-associated cancers is an important reason to get genetic testing for the disorder.

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Why Mental Health Matters for Men

Men face unique mental health challenges and symptoms, and are less likely to seek help. Improving mental health starts with talking about it.

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Baby Aspirin: The Key to a Healthier Pregnancy?

Low-dose aspirin may help reduce the risk of developing preeclampsia, a common but potentially dangerous pregnancy complication.

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8 Healthy Foods That Can Be Risky in Excess

A nutritious diet includes a wide variety of foods, but there are some that should be enjoyed in moderation to avoid harmful side effects.

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Is Diet Soda a Healthy Choice?

For those trying to adopt a healthier lifestyle, diet soda might seem like a sensible option. Learn why artificial sweeteners may be more harmful than sugar.

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