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How to Have Your Healthiest Skin this Summer

By Griffin Hospital on 6/27/2018
According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), one in five Americans will develop some form ...
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Fall Risk and Prevention

By Griffin Hospital on 12/3/2015
As you get older, physical changes and health conditions - and sometimes the medications used to tre ...
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Take a tip from the Antarctic when walking this winter

By Christian Meagher on 2/17/2015
When braving the elements these icy days, remember these three “Ps” of safe walking – Plan Ahead; Pay Attention, and Penguin (read on, we’ll explain why this Antarctic species can teach you a thing or two about safety).
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It’s more than just cold outside – it’s downright dangerous

By Janet Maurice on 1/8/2015
Winter’s chill will be hitting the Northeast with full force for the next few days, and the predicted sub-zero temperatures will make doing anything outdoors dangerous. The two biggest dangers freezing temperatures present are hypothermia and frost bite. While both of these conditions are extremely dangerous, protecting yourself from hypothermia and frostbite is not complicated.
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Are You Prepared?

By Janet Maurice on 9/24/2014
Sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) and The Department of Homeland Security, the need for a National Preparedness Month started after the September 11, 2001 attacks as the tragedies of that day highlighted the importance for U.S. citizens to make their own survival preparations in the event of a disaster.
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