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What You Should Know About Swine Flu

News about the Swine Flu is everywhere. What is it and what's the best way to protect against contracting it? Read on for information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention...

What's Toilet Seat Dermatitis? How do you avoid it?

Toilet Seat Dermatisis cases are making a comeback. Here's how to make sure your not among those who contract it.

Vote Could Ban Some Cribs

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) approved a proposal last week for new crib safety standards for full-size and non-full-size cribs. The new rules essentially ban drop-side cribs (up and down movement of an entire side of the crib). For more information, visit www.cpsc.gov.

The Importance of Creating a Will

We all know that death, like taxes, is an inevitability of life. Yet, many of us avoid any discussion of death thinking, perhaps, that if we avoid the discussion, we can somehow avoid the death. But the truth is the “death discussion” is one we all need to have. While the subject may be uncomfortable, important decisions need to be made while we are still of sound mind and body. Laying out our wishes before we die can spare our family an enormous amount of heartache after our death.

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Don't Overload Your Child's Backpack

More than 5,500 Americans are treated each year for backpack-related back injuries. Of those injured, 64 percent are children, according to a study by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. With school just starting, heed these pointers and help your children wear their backpacks in the best – and safest – way possible.

Eek! Another Ear Infection!

Ear infections are one of the most commonly diagnosed childhood illnesses in the United States. According to KidsHealth.org, more than three out of four kids have had at least one ear infection by the time they reach their third birthday.

Do allergies equal asthma for PA citizens?

People say Central Pennsylvania is a hotbed for allergies. Although allergies and asthma are separate conditions, they are related. People who have allergies -- particularly those that affect the nose and eyes -- are more likely to have asthma.

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The rising cost of dough

Dealing with food allergies isn't just a challenge--it's expensive, too! I had MEGA sticker shock at the grocery store last week. For the third time in a month, a loaf of wheat free/gluten free bread has gone up in price. At my local grocery, it’s now $5.69 a loaf. Ouch!

 
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