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 Gastrointestinal Health  Crohn's and ulcerative colitis: What's the difference?
According to the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) as many as 700,000 Americans may have ulcerative colitis and another 700,000 suffer from Crohn's. Most are diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in their mid-30s, while those with Crohn's are diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 35. Signs, diagnosis, and treatment options
   
 Counting Calories How many calories should you eat?
One size definitely does not fit all when it comes to determining your calorie needs. According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, you should consider many factors, such as age, gender, body shape, and metabolism.  Read more.
   
 Lung challenges Autumn is loaded with lung challenges
The fall season comes along with pumpkins, mums, and many items affecting airways. "In particular, mold tends to grow in areas where falling leaves rot on the ground in late fall, and we can thank the recent heat wave for resulting in a particularly high ragweed pollen count this season," Dr. Sethi says.  Learn how to minimize your exposure to allergens.
   
 Understanding Organic Buying on a budget? Tips on when to choose organic
If you are on a budget but want to buy organic – which can be more pricey because it costs more to produce than conventionally grown produce – go for foods often listed as having higher amounts of pesticides when conventionally grown. Read more.
   
  Ride Your Bike To Work
Regular cycling can help you lose weight, reduce stress, and improve fitness. We all need to think about giving our body, minds, and the Earth a boost. Conquer your excuses and learn about the benefits of pedaling.
   
 Exercising as we age Exercising as we age
As we age, even the most athletic among us start to notice a few aches and pains that can interfere with our exercise routines. The good news is with a few precautions, you can stay fit and prevent injuries as you age. Read solutions for slowing the progression of chronic aches and pains.
   
 Primary Care The importance of primary care
We’re good about bringing our kids to their regular well visits at the pediatrician’s and  reliable when it comes to chauffeuring elderly relatives for their appointments. Why then are we so quick to put off our own primary care visits? Why does it often take a major illness or health scare to get our attention?  Read more.
   
 Acupuncture  Acupuncture: Pinning Down the Problem
After six months of pretending my shoulder pain was temporary, I met with my primary care doctor who recommended a combination of physical therapy and anti-inflammatories. As someone who shies away from medication, I sought an alternative approach: acupuncture. Read more.
   

Prevent Skin Cancer

 8 way to prevent skin cancer
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. One in five Americans will get skin cancer in their lifetime. Fortunately, there are things you can do to significantly lower your risk of getting skin cancer, take these eight precautions to ensure that you aren't the next statistic.
   
 Heart Emergencies  Heart Emergencies
"I stood there asking myself if this was going to pass or if I needed to call an ambulance." She barely made it inside to tell her 13-year-old son to call 911. Shoveling snow is one activity that people with heart conditions are told to never do. Read Carissa's story.

   
 Brain Injury Injury on the Brain
After a hard blow to the head, even for athletes wearing a helmet, coaches, parents and teammates should be alert to the signs that there is neurological trouble. Signs could be observed at the time of the injury and even days later. Read more.
   
 Treatment for migraines  Migraines: The most effective treatments
People with mild to moderate migraines may opt to take over-the-counter medications containing ibuprofen or naproxen for relief. But for some of them, this treatment can actually cause more migraines (called rebound headaches).  Learn more about other options.
   
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