Traveling Long Distances Increases Your Risk of Developing a Deadly Blood Clot

By Jason M Carlton
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More people die from blood clots in the lungs than from breast cancer, prostate cancer, HIV/AIDS, and motor vehicle accidents combined. If you plan to travel long distances this summer, either by plane, train or car, you may be at increased risk to develop a deadly blood clot.

Four Tips to Make 4-Wheeling Fun — for the Whole Family

By Janet Brooks
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Four wheels on the ground, roaring engines, and the feeling of power at your fingertips. There is something truly incredible about heading down a trail or through a mud hole on an ATV. It only gets better when your family joins you for the ride. These tips will help everyone have a blast and stay safe – ride after ride.

‘Exploding Head Syndrome’ Is No Joke: Ailment is Surprisingly Common Among Young People ­- Here are the Signs and How to Treat It

By Brady White
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Imagine you’re just starting to drift off to sleep when suddenly a loud noise — like the sound of a shotgun nearby or a bomb exploding — jerks you awake. You jump up in a panic and frantically look around, only to discover there was no noise after all. It was all in your head.