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Eating salt (sodium) can make your body retain too much water.
You do not have to go to cooking school to be a creative cook.
Hip fractures occur when there is a crack or break in the hip bone, most often occurring in the upper part of the femur (the femoral neck) or the pelvic bone.
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the number one killer in the United States. How can you protect yourself? Here is where you can learn more.
Drinking too much alcohol can harm your health. It can cause trouble at home and work. And it can affect your relationships. Learn the signs of alcohol abuse and how to get help.
Tests give your provider facts about your health. They help identify the disease or condition causing your problem. Tests also help point to the best treatment options.
Treatments combat a health problem. Your provider will tell you the options you have for treating your condition. Learn more about all kinds of treatments here.
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