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Food Sensitivity in the Spotlight: Why Monitoring Your Digestive Health Is So Important

For many people, eating certain types of foods (e.g., gluten, dairy and fructose) can cause uncomfortable and debilitating health complications. In fact, a whopping 85 million Americans suffer from food
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Vitamin D Deficiency Spreading Around the World: Here’s What We Can Do About It

Nearly one billion people have a vitamin D deficiency worldwide, equating to 35% of adults in the United States. Take a moment to let these statistics sink in. With such
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Addressing the Rise of Colon Cancer in Young Adults

A new study by the American Association for Cancer Research recently found that a startling number of people aged 20-29 are being diagnosed with late-stage colon cancer – prompting renewed
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With STDs in Women on the Rise: Why Prevention Is More Important than Ever

In the U.S., an estimated one in five people have a sexually transmitted (STI) infection – highlighting the burden of STIs in America. In 2021 alone, there were 2.5 million
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Signs and Causes of Infertility: Why Early Diagnosis Can Improve Patient Outcomes

Infertility is a widespread global health issue that impacts approximately 186 million individuals of reproductive age worldwide. In the United States alone, one in five heterosexual women aged 15 to
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The Decline of the Condom: Why STD Testing Is More Important Than Ever

For many of us, it’s been quite some time since we took a sexual education class. The truth is: It’s important to occasionally revisit these important topics we learned in
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