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January is National Blood Donor Month, but there is never a bad time to be a blood donor and help save lives. Extreme winter weather in some parts of the country and seasonal illnesses often make it difficult for blood banks to maintain sufficient blood supplies during this time of year, so the American Red Cross urges healthy people to give now and encourage others to do the same. Without more donors, patients will not have the blood they need.

Whether it’s a cellphone, tablet, laptop or even a desktop computer, people are relying on their electronics now more than ever in the midst of the pandemic. As practically helpful as these devices are to connecting to family, paying bills and completing work tasks, are they as beneficial to the eyes?

A natural drug once seen as taboo by mainstream America may now be poised to help battle the country’s opioid crisis.

Do you toss and turn at night? Do you often wake up feeling groggy and not quite ready to start your day. It could be your sleep environment; everything from the noise — or lack thereof — to décor, room temperature and the quality of your mattress could be disrupting your precious sleep time.

Angela Ballard knows sweat. She is an educator and advocate of hyperhidrosis, in which the sweat glands produce more sweat than usual. She’s also a wife and mother.

When it comes to women and birth control, there truly is no “one size fits all” – and there are more options these days than ever.

Sitting next to a quiet, calm lake away from the noise and hustle of the urban and suburban environment. Lying under the trees and feeling a nice breeze from the wind with no electronics to distract. The feelings of accomplishment from finishing a hearty and sweaty hike up a mountain.