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Young at Heart

Cardiovascular diseases claim more lives each year than all forms of cancer and chronic lower respiratory disease combined, according to the American Heart Association. In...

Adjusting to the Cold

Winter can affect the mind and body in a variety of ways ai??i?? some good, some not so good. Following are a few seasonal...

The Perils of Winter

Oklahomans experience generally mild winters, but we’re no stranger to sudden snowfalls, paralyzing ice storms and frigid temperatures. Before braving the outdoors, take note...

A Time to Quit

Any time is right to quit smoking or using tobacco, and the American Cancer Society is here to help. ai???Giving up cigarettes and other forms...

Beware Labels and Claims

When it comes to the foods that we eat every day, we face a bounty of choices. Some foods we can enjoy in large...

Head Impact

Whether it’s through an organized sport or recreational activity, more young people are suffering from concussions. The American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine (AOSSM)...

Safe Eating in the Heat

Food safety concerns us all, and summer means backyard barbecues and family picnics. Grilling and eating in the great outdoors are fun, but also...

Summer Sun Safety

Too much exposure to the sun can lead to premature aging, skin damage and skin cancer. It’s estimated that nearly one in five Americans...

Beyond Simple Weight Loss or Gain

At least 30 million American women and men of all ages suffer from eating disorders, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and...

Defining the Headache

Headaches can vary from being a minor nuisance to a debilitating condition. Understanding the type of headache you have and its potential triggers can...