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Along with toothaches, back aches and stomach aches, headaches are one of the "aches" that just about all individuals experience at least periodically. Symptoms of headaches vary from individual to individual and can range in severity from mild to disabling. While there are many types of headaches, the three most common are tension headaches, migraine headaches and cluster headaches...
Anemia is the most common blood disorder in the United States, affecting approximately 3.5 million individuals. There are many different types of anemia, though all forms of the condition are characterized by an abnormally low number of healthy red blood cells. Some types of anemia are genetically inherited and are not preventable, while other forms are acquired and can be prevented...
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
Every day, individuals are exposed to a wide array of sounds that can vary greatly in volume. While most of these sounds occur at safe volumes, exposure to very loud sounds can result in noise–induced hearing loss (NIHL), a condition that affects approximately 26 million Americans. This type of hearing loss cannot be reversed, but it can be prevented...
Sun Safety
Summer is in full swing and millions of Americans are spending more time outdoors enjoying the many activities of the season. However, time spent outdoors is also time spent being exposed to the potentially harmful effects of the sun’s rays. Excessive sun exposure can have profound and damaging effects on the skin, eyes and immune system. By taking proper precautions, individuals can protect themselves...
Air Pollution
According to The American Lung Association’s annual "State of the Air" report, overall air quality in the United States is much cleaner and healthier than it was nearly ten years ago. While this is good news, there are still millions of Americans who are living in areas where air pollution causes significant health problems. Exposure to air pollution contributes to the development of conditions that...
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