DOs and DON’Ts: A Strong Mother-Daughter Relationship Sets The Stage

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As we celebrate our mothers this month, it’s hard to overstate the influence they have on the lives of their daughters. A strong and open relationship can nurture and empower a young girl and serve as a springboard to a …

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Doctors Should Preach What They Practice

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When it comes to the practice of medicine, the old adage “practice what you preach” should be reversed to “preach what you practice.” Physicians must serve as role models for healthy habits and lifestyle choices. An overweight doctor who smokes …

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Medical Test Results: When is a Positive a Negative?

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Learn how to decode medical test results in our blog on the Huffington Post!

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A “Family Health Tree” is the Perfect Mother’s Day Gift

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Read our blog on everydayhealth.com about the importance of providing your children with their family medical history.

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Spotlight On: Bright Pink

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My routine visit with a gynecologist in the spring of 2013 turned out to be anything but routine. I had just moved back to New York from North Carolina (where my husband Johnny was stationed on active duty with the …

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DOs and DON’Ts—Feed Your Brain by Using Your Head

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While you should focus on your diet as a means to keep your body healthy and well-functioning, it’s equally important to feed your brain–because what you eat can definitely affect cognitive function. The human brain accounts for 2% of your …

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When Dealing With Illness, Don’t Go It Alone

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We can all agree that going through tough times in life can be made easier when you have the moral support of a significant other, friend, or family member. Not surprisingly, this is especially true when facing illness. This applies …

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Spotlight On: The Silver Lining

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How many times have we heard the old adage: “In every cloud, there is a silver lining”? It’s hardly the thing to say when someone has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. But after Hollye Jacobs received this news at …

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DOs and DON’Ts: Healthy Eating Out

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For some of us, eating out is a luxury that we indulge in only occasionally. For others, it’s a way of life born of busy days and conflicting family schedules. Wherever you fall on that continuum,

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Indoor Tanning is Dangerous: True or False?

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In a few months, prom season will be upon us. Unfortunately, along with it comes a heightened interest on the part of young girls to have “color” for the big event. And by “color” they mean tanned skin. Some of …

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Spotlight On: One Medical Group

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I started BFFL Co in 2011 with a view toward improving the patient experience by offering information, support, and a wide range of products that helps patients recover from surgery and other medical treatments in comfort and with dignity. Over …

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Breast Cancer Concern for the African-American Female Population

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BFFL Co is featured in the Huffington Post! Read our blog concerning the troubling statistics regarding breast cancer in this demographic. (Read)

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