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Seasonal Affective Disorder: Summer has the Blues, Too

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a mood condition often associated with the winter months. It’s said to affect about 10 percent of the U.S. population according to the National Alliance on Mental Health. SAD in reverse, hitting us during the summer, accounts for 1/10th of all SAD cases. SAD is defined by mania or depression

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I Don’t Drink. Why do I Have a Fatty Liver?

Fatty Liver Disease. If you’ve heard the term before you may have thought, “But I don’t drink.” Did you know you can get Fatty Liver Disease without touching a drop of alcohol? It’s called Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, and just like the name suggests, it’s when too much fat builds up in your liver. The

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Important Health Questions to Ask Your Dentist

Most of us go to dental check-ups with one question in mind – “Any cavities?” If we’re lucky, we get the “all clear,” a reminder that we’re not flossing enough and an appointment to come back in six months. But before driving off into the minty-fresh sunset, we should ask one more thing … “Do

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Top Nurses Recognized for Research, Mentoring and Improving Care

Since 1997, the Central San Joaquin Valley Nursing Leadership Coalition has honored nurses with the distinguished RN of the Year awards. RN of the Year includes recognitions in six categories: Excellence in Leadership, Excellence in Education, Excellence in Clinical Practice, Innovation in Professional Nursing, Excellence in Nursing Research and Friend of Nursing. For the 2019

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