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Month: January 2016

Flu Season Facts, Part 2

Here is the second part of our series on flu season! We hope you took our advice from last week and got your flu shot! We’re going to get a bit more into the nitty-gritty about how the flu spreads and what makes the flu vaccine work. So hang on, we’re diving right in!   …

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Winter 2016 Survival Guide: Hypothermia, Slipping & Dehydration

We caught a lucky break last weekend by avoiding Winter Storm Jonas, which led to a travel ban in both New York City and Baltimore. Other mid-Atlantic cities, such as Philadelphia and Washington D.C. were also ravaged by snow, suffering up to two feet of snow in certain areas. As of January 26th, 46 people …

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Winter 2016 Survival Guide: Hypothermia, Slipping & Dehydration

We caught a lucky break last weekend by avoiding Winter Storm Jonas, which led to a travel ban in both New York City and Baltimore. Other mid-Atlantic cities, such as Philadelphia and Washington D.C. were also ravaged by snow, suffering up to two feet of snow in certain areas. As of January 26th, 46 people …

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Flu Season Facts, Part 1

The influenza virus is a seasonal epidemic that typically hits the United States around October and can last until May. Even though this is a yearly occurrence, there are still some misconceptions about the flu and what people should do to protect themselves. To keep our readers informed, we are doing a two-part series on …

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