Monthly Archives: October 2011

Decipher a headache’s clues to determine most effective treatment

Decipher a headache’s clues to determine most effective treatment options (ARA) – Nothing ruins a perfectly fine day quite like a headache. The pain can be impeding, disorienting and sometimes even nauseating. Roughly 45 million Americans suffer from recurring headaches, according to the National Headache Foundation. However, not all headaches are created equal. There are…

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What you need to know when stomach flu strikes your home

What you need to know when stomach flu strikes your home (ARA) – With the stomach flu season upon us, parents know that the stomach flu could be lurking on any doorknob or shared toy. Unfortunately, what parents don’t know could be making the symptoms of stomach flu worse for little ones. When a child…

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Five easy ways to combat cold and flu season

Five easy ways to combat cold and flu season (ARA) – The chillier days bring more than cool air, colorful foliage and long sleeves. They also mark the beginning of cold and flu season. The common cold leads to 75 million to 100 million physician visits annually, reports The American Journal of Medicine. Five to…

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Take steps now to keep indoor air clean throughout winter

Take steps now to keep indoor air clean throughout winter (ARA) – When the winter winds start to howl, it’s a natural response to want to close your home up tightly. To stay warm and avoid wasting energy, you close the windows – or even seal them with window film — find ways to stop…

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