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5 Common Warts and How They're Treated
Warts… for kids they’re embarrassing and adults find them as a mere inconvenience, but what are they?
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We've all heard of superfoods, but what are they? Learn how they can help you and how to integrate them into your diet— in just seven days! https://intermountainhealthcare.org/blogs/2015/06/seven-days-of-superfoods
“Superfood” is a popular buzzword in the media these days because superfoods contain several nutrients that may prevent cancers and heart disease. They also play a role in stress management, eye and vision health, skin health, and even weight management. So…what makes a food a “superfood,” and ...
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Consuming 4 to 8 ounces of 75% dark #chocolate per day can be good for your #heart. http://bit.ly/1AAHIc8 #ValentinesDay
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Weighing too much or too little affects fertility – for both men and women. In fact, it’s the primary cause for infertility for 12% of couples having difficulty conceiving! For women, if your weight is 95% below or 120% higher than recommended, your first fertility focus should be fixing that. Please like/share this post to spread awareness!
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Snow-shoeing is a fun, healthy wintertime adventure! If you’ve never done it before, consider renting snowshoes. Choose smallest size that will support your weight for ease & agility. Layer up for warmth, bring along a folding shovel in case you get stuck, and use poles. Have you tried snowshoeing?
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My wife and I love to snow- shoeing. And highly recommend it. It's peaceful, and good exercise.  
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The flu bug is hitting #Utah hard this year. What you can do today:

- Get a flu shot
- Wash your hands often and well
- If you have the flu, take a day and rest at home

Learn more at GermWatch
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If you suffer from lower back pain, you are not alone. About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetime. This pain can decrease your quality of life and make everyday tasks unpleasant.
#backpain #health #exercise 
One of the most common treatments for low back pain is an exercise program to help strengthen the core muscle groups supporting the lower back, improve mobility and flexibility, and promote proper positioning and posture.
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An era of change - https://youtu.be/8kO4TVIc9W8 
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You can improve restless leg syndrome symptoms with exercise – low impact, early in the day, mix stretching/gentle weight training/moderate aerobic activity, about half an hour daily. Good choices: Yoga, walking, cycling, water aerobics, etc. Avoid running, especially near bedtime! What’s your favorite way to exercise?
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5 Promising #Healthcare Changes, Initiatives, and Investments http://bit.ly/18yOF2H 
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After a family member went into the hospital for dizziness and was told they immediately needed 3 units of blood. This blood was donate by ever generous souls who give to the Utah blood bank. 

Nowhere ever did the hospital warn that they new that my insurance wouldn't cover the blood, nor that it would cost $5,000 for the blood. Then they string you along with a story about a Financial Assistance Program that I had to spend months dealing with, showing them the most intimate details of my finances including tax returns, only for them to say they don't forgive a bit of it. 

So much for a not for profit hospital taking donated blood from a blood bank.
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Donating blood benefits YOU too! Helps keep blood iron levels stable and improves circulation. Plus, every time you give blood you get a mini-check-up (like a free physical!) and also that warm, fuzzy feeling from doing something good for the world! Please like/share to help us help all!
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Donating blood is great - and lifesaving.  Apparently it also makes IHC a lot of money.  After a family member went into the hospital for dizziness and was told they immediately needed 3 units of blood. This blood was donate by ever generous souls who give to the Utah blood bank. 

Nowhere ever did the hospital warn that they new that my insurance woudnt cover the blood, nor that it would cost $5,000 for the blood. Then they string you along with a story about a Financial Assistance Program that I had to spend months dealing with, showing them the most intimate details of my finances including tax returns, only for them to say they don't forgive a bit of it. 

So much for a not for profit hospital taking donated blood from a blood bank.
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Not everyone has to have or even wants a pet … but if you feel lonely & isolated, need more exercise & don’t have good health habits, it might be worth considering in the New Year! A variety of studies point to major health benefits for pet owners, since caring for the animal often leads to better self-care & more social connections too! Like this if you agree!
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In many ways they make you laugh and feel good most of the time. They're always happy :-)

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