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I remember as a kid that I always wanted to act more “grown up.” Because of this, I tried liver at the age of four or five years old.
Flu season 2017-2018 has been brutal. In the United States, flu season occurs in the fall and winter. While the influenza viruses circulate the entire year, most of the time flu activity peaks between December and February, however, activity can last as late as May.
February has been designated as American Heart Month to help people understand common illnesses related to their hearts. The first topic I want to cover is one that is near and dear to many of us out there: high blood pressure (also called hypertension).
Along with the regular flu, the stomach flu usually makes its rounds this time of year. However, as influenza describes a specific type of illness, the term “stomach flu” is often a blanket term for any problem with the GI tract.
What a world we live in. By now, you have probably heard of the “Tide Pod Challenge” in which people of all ages place a Tide laundry pod in their mouths in order for it to dissolve. They film the results and post it online
Well, it finally happened. If you are a follower of my column, you remember that the last few articles have dealt with germs and cold-like symptoms. As it turns out, I became ill a few days ago myself. I can say without risk of exaggeration that this was the single most horrific, debilitating disease that any human has ever contracted.