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Finding Seasonal Allergy Relief With Immunotherapy

When medication isn’t enough to relieve your seasonal allergy symptoms, immunotherapy in the form of allergy shots can help.

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6 Facts About Oral Health

Better health includes good oral health, and your dentist is a great resource for prevention and treatment.

Infographic: 8 Tips to Prevent Lyme Disease

8 Tips to Prevent Lyme Disease

With a few simple steps, you can protect against Lyme disease after spending time outdoors.

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Expired Medications: Dangerous or Just Less Effective?

It’s a good idea to regularly go through your medicine cabinet and dispose of expired medications. Learn why and how to safely do so.

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Don't Fudge the Facts When You Visit Your Doctor

Honesty is the best policy, particularly when having a conversation with your doctor. Being truthful about your lifestyle is essential for your health and safety.

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Respiratory Viruses on the Rise? Yes, But No Need to Panic

During the pandemic, social distancing and masking made respiratory illnesses almost obsolete. They’re making a comeback, but aren’t usually a serious health threat.

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How to Stay Safe From Tick-Borne Illnesses

Summer and fall are a good time to think about how to prevent tick-borne diseases, especially if you spend time in wooded areas.

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What to Know About Malaria After Cases Found in U.S.

It’s unusual to catch malaria in the United States, but a few recent cases in Texas and Florida remind us that the mosquito-borne disease can happen here.

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