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  • Don't Ignore the Winter Blues

    Dreary winter days can get anyone down. But your winter doldrums could be something more: a type of depression called seasonal affective disorder.

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  • Tame Your Tummy Troubles

    Gastrointestinal problems can seriously derail your work, your life, and your health. Learn some simple strategies to reduce your risk for digestive disorders.

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  • How to Handle Back Pain

    A shooting pain after lifting a heavy box. The dull ache from sitting too long in front of a computer. Stiffness due to disk disease. What should you do when back pain occurs?

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    The itching caused by athlete's foot can be intense. Named for the active people who seem most prone to this condition, athlete's foot can affect even couch potatoes. Find out more by taking this multiple-choice quiz.

    It is important to know your estimated due date in order to help plan for the baby's birth.

    Crohn’s disease is one of a group of diseases known as inflammatory bowel diseases. Your risk of getting Crohn’s may be tied to family or to your environment. Learn about the risks you may have by taking this assessment.

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      People with diabetes may develop eye problems such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. In this video, you'll find out more about these problems and what you can do to prevent them. The best approach is good control of your blood sugar levels. You should also have a yearly eye exam.

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