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  • Should I See a Doctor if I Feel Sick After Traveling?

    Traveling can take a toll on even the healthiest individuals, so it isn’t unusual to feel under the weather when you return home from a trip. Many travel-related illness are mild and don’t require treatment, but some can be far more serious. How can you tell if you should visit your doctor after a trip? Fever Fevers are a sign of an infection. If you develop a fever within a month of traveling, ...
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  • Can Poor Sleep Contribute to Alzheimer's Risk?

    Sleep deprivation is a public health epidemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A lack of sleep can affect daily functioning, overall mental health, and long term wellbeing . Sleep deprivation may also contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease . How Can a Lack of Sleep Cause Alzheimer’s Disease? Sleep is crucial for our health, both physical and cognitive. It ...
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