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Is It a Migraine or Headache?

Your forehead throbs and your eyes are tired. It could be a migraine, but it could also be a tension, sinus or cluster headache. Dr. Carla Lopinto-Khoury explains the differences.

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Why Flip Flops Are Bad for Your Feet

Wearing flip flops can cause or worsen a number of foot problems. Here are some reasons why you want to limit time spent walking in them.

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Worried About Your Next Eczema Flare-Up?

When eczema flares up, it can cause intense itching and swelling, and affect your mood and confidence. Find out how to keep your skin clear with these tips from dermatologist Sylvia Hsu, MD.

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Tips for Protecting Your Skin This Summer

How do you prevent sunburn, reduce skin damage and avoid skin cancer? Here are some tips for keeping you and your family safe from the sun this summer and all year round.

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Is It OK to Exercise with Allergies?

Allergies don't have to stop you from exercising outside or enjoying your favorite outdoor sport. These 9 tips will help you exercise more comfortably during allergy season.

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5 Reasons to See Your Dermatologist

Itchiness or other skin issues such as bumps or rashes are usually minor, but they could become serious. Call a Temple dermatologist if you notice any of these changes.

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How to Avoid Bites and Stings from Pesky Bugs

As temperatures rise and you enjoy the fresh air more, there's a good chance you won't be alone — many insects will be joining you! Here are ways to protect you and your family, and when to seek treatment if bitten or stung.

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5 Ways to Maintain a Healthy COPD Diet

Explore what to eat, what to avoid, and tips for maintaining good nutrition while living with COPD from Registered Dietitian Kirsten Diegel.

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Take These Steps to Prevent Food Poisoning

Did you know that each year 1 in 6 Americans (that's 48 million people) get food poisoning? Here are easy-to-follow steps to protect yourself and your family from foodborne illness.  

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