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  • Men: Get Ahead of Stress

    Research shows that stress is contributing to higher death rates among men. It's time for men to address the stress in their work and their lives. Start reducing stress today with these steps.

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  • Pregnancy and X-Rays: Should You Worry?

    If you break a bone or get into a car accident while pregnant, a health care provider may need to give you a scan, such as an X-ray, to see what’s going on. But wait—isn’t that dangerous for your baby?

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  • Mini Treats, Major Calories

    Nothing is scarier than reading nutrition facts on Halloween candy. Don’t let fun-size treats trick you into putting on unwanted pounds.

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      Tension headaches are usually dull, aching, or throbbing headaches often associated with sensations of fullness, tightness, or pressure. The pain involves both sides of the head and neck. In this video, you'll find out more about symptoms, possible causes, and recommended treatments.

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