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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In 2015, 30.3 million Americans, or 9.4% of the population, had diabetes, a treatable, but yet uncurable disease that affects the way your body regulates blood sugar. There are two main types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2. People with Type 1 diabetes don’t produce insulin whereas people with Type 2 diabetes don’t respond to insulin as well as they should. In type 1 diabetes, your immune system mistakes your body’s own healthy cells as foreign invaders. The immune system attacks and destroys the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. After these beta cells are destroyed, the body is unable

While you are out buying your children’s school supplies you are likely to see hand sanitizer, wet wipes, and Kleenex on the list. As you can imagine, just one child with a cold in a room of 20 children can spread the disease quickly. While hand sanitizer, wet wipes, and Kleenex help reduce the spread, reviewing basic hygiene with your children as they start the new school year is a good idea. Here are some tips to share with your children. Wash your hands with soap and water whenever possible. Hand sanitizer is an alcohol-based gel that kills germs

While you gather with friends and family this July 4th to grill some burgers or hang out by the pool, take some time to talk to your kids about firework safety. In 2013, fireworks caused an estimated 15,600 reported fires in the U.S., including 1,400 structure fires, 200 vehicle fires, and 14,000 outside and other fires. These fires resulted in an estimated 30 injuries and $21 million in direct property damage, with no reported fire deaths. Most fireworks deaths and injuries occur without fires. More than one-quarter of fires started by fireworks in 2009-2013 were reported on July 4th. Almost half

Father’s Day is June 17th. What better way to show the father’s in your life that you care than to remind them to get their annual check-up? According to the Centers for Disease Control, women are 100% more likely to visit the doctor for annual examinations and preventative services than men, yet men die at higher rates than women for 9 of the top 10 causes of death. In 1920 women lived on average 1 year longer than men. Today, men die 5 years earlier than women. Men’s health issues don’t affect only men; they have a significant impact on everyone

It’s hard to believe that April is here already, bringing with it not only “April Showers,” but for some of us, allergies. That yellow dust that covers your car is pollen which can have you reaching for the Benadryl. If you suffer from allergies, here are six things you can try to help you cope with your allergies this spring. Reduce your exposure. The best thing to do regardless of what you are allergic to is to avoid the things that set off your allergy symptoms.  Stay indoors as much as possible on dry, windy days when pollen is more likely