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Banana at the beach.
This is the second article in a two-part series focusing on skin cancer prevention and the impacts of the sun on your skin. At Duke City Health, we’re here to help you when you’re sick, and we love to talk prevention so that you stay healthy (and don’t get sick!) – that includes protecting your...
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Retro suntan lotion advertisement.
This is the first article in a two-part series focusing on skin cancer prevention and the impacts of the sun on your skin. Did you know that every year more people are diagnosed with skin cancer than all other cancers combined? Overall, one in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer by age 70;...
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Prevent heatstroke
It’s almost summer – that time of year most closely associated with endless fun in the sun. But that shiny friend in the sky could quickly become your enemy if you’re not careful. Before you overdo it, take a few steps to stay safe and prevent heatstroke so you can let the good times continue...
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sleep problem consultation
You understand Why Getting Enough Sleep Really Does Matter. You’ve read our blog post on What You Can Do to Get a Better Night’s Sleep. But, you still can’t sleep. It’s time to come in for a visit with the doctors at Duke Health. Lots of people are afraid to talk to us, for fear...
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Are you one of the 33%? That’s the percentage of Americans who don’t get seven to nine hours of sleep a night. If you read our last blog, Why Getting Enough Sleep Really Does Matter, you know that getting enough sleep is critical for your health, well-being, and productivity. It’s frustrating when you can’t get...
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Couple possibly facing alzheimer's disease
Science has been exploring the link between sub-optimal hormone levels in women—and more recently, men!—and Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and other cognitive function diseases like the overarching category of dementia. The results are in… When hormone levels are balanced, the risk of diseases like Alzheimer’s and Dementia can be significantly reduced. An article posted in the...
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Getting enough sleep is critical for health, wellbeing, and productivity. Lack of sleep is associated with many negative health effects and poor social outcomes. It’s ironic, then, that even though we know sleep is good for us, human beings are the only animals on the planet known to deny themselves this critical health inducer. Even...
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Isn’t it funny how, even after seeing the amazing diversity in everyone around you, we still hold fast to a ‘one size fits all’ stereotype for our health? We see all the time how it doesn’t really work – one person can eat 1000 calories and still lose weight while another can eat the same...
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family cold season
With the cold season hitting us hard this year, it’s difficult not to succumb to the sniffles. Not to worry, however, we’ve got some helpful tips you can start implementing today to keep your immune system on track this season! Simple is Powerful We really shouldn’t underestimate the simple things to keeping healthy including: Sleep...
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You’ve done all the right things. You hit the gym. You eat all the right foods. But your weight loss has plateaued and you just can’t figure out why. Does this sound all too familiar? Your hormones may be to blame. Without the right balance of hormones, your body can lose the ability to regulate...
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