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How To Treat Cold Sores

Cold sores can be really unsightly. They can also be painful. Many people don’t realize that they can treat them very simply. They also don’t realize that there are ways you can treat them before the occurrence as well as stop them from occurring in the first

How To Get Rid Of A Fever

Although getting a fever is never fun, it is the only way our body knows how to fight infections. Fevers can range in temperatures, depending on how hard the natural defense of the body is working. If the infection is getting worse, the body will speed up

How To Clear A Stuffy Nose

Having a stuffed up nose is no fun. It makes it very hard to breath and can be overall be very annoying. There are many things that you can do to get rid of a stuffy nose that you may not know of. Here are some ways

Greater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare merges with Twin Oaks Community Services

The merger between Greater Trenton Behavioral HealthCare and Twin Oaks Community Services will bring integrated services to children, adults and families living with mental illness or developmental disabilities. Oaks Integrated Care will continue offering the same services previously provided by each organization, said Pamela Collins, chief

Pa. hospital responds to newborn dropped by nurse

As the story of a nurse who dropped a newborn has made national headlines, the Pennsylvania hospital at the center of the unusual case is responding to the incident. Uniontown Hospital in western Pennsylvania has released the following statement, according to KDKA: At Uniontown Hospital, we

TRI (HARDER): Fit Goals, Not Fitspo

“Tri (Harder)” is a series of posts by Kaelyn Riley, editorial coordinator and executive assistant to the founding editor forExperience Life. This series will document Kaelyn’s first-time experience training for the Life Time Triathlon. In the days after I registered, I worried over the potential for

New studies cloud Pa. medical marijuana debate

An editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association argues there's little evidence to support most uses of medical marijuana allowed by 23 states and the District of Columbia. The editorial, accompanied by several studies JAMA deems unsupportive of medical marijuana, mirrors the position of