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A Comprehensive Family Travel Guide to Puerto Vallarta in 2022

A Comprehensive Family Travel Guide to Puerto Vallarta in 2022

Now that people are getting vaccinated and travel locations are opening up to tourists, you might be considering planning some memorable family travel to Puerto Vallarta. Located in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, Puerto Vallarta is a popular spot in 2022 for solo...

How to Travel to Puerto Vallarta in 2022

How to Travel to Puerto Vallarta in 2022

Step-by-Step Walkthrough for Traveling to Puerto Vallarta in 2022 Puerto Vallarta is a popular 2021 location for tourists and vacationers, as traveling is rising and people are eager to make some awesome summer memories with friends and family.  Whether you’re...

Cancer Disparities in Minority Groups

Cancer Disparities in Minority Groups

It's estimated that in 2020, the United States had 1,806,590 newly diagnosed cancer cases. However, these cases are not spread evenly throughout the country. While cancer can affect anyone, cancer health disparities are seen throughout minority groups, who receive the...

How To Tell if a Cut Needs Stitches: 5 Simple Steps

How To Tell if a Cut Needs Stitches: 5 Simple Steps

Cuts and scrapes are a normal part of life. But sometimes, a deep cut can raise alarm. That's why it's essential to know how to tell if a cut needs stitches.  Should you race to the emergency room for a knife slip or treat it at home? When does a cut need stitches? If...

5 Common STIs: STI Prevention and Treatment

5 Common STIs: STI Prevention and Treatment

Sexually transmitted infections: it’s a topic many people prefer to avoid but shouldn’t. Did you know that the CDC estimates one in five Americans has a sexually transmitted infection?  And according to the World Health Organization, more than 1 million sexually...

Kidney Stones: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Kidney Stones: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Men are twice as likely to get kidney stones than women. And people aged 20 to 50 are at the highest risk of kidney stones. However, various factors can increase your risk of developing a stone.  You may be more at risk of kidney stones if you: Have had kidney stones...

Eating Disorder Awareness

Eating Disorder Awareness

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week is the last week of February. The goal of this week is to raise awareness and educate people on eating disorders.  In the United States, 9% of the population (that’s 28 million Americans) will suffer from an eating disorder at...

COVID Testing 101: The Complete Guide

COVID Testing 101: The Complete Guide

As COVID-19 continues to spread globally, preventative measures and COVID-19 testing are more important than ever. Research shows that approximately 1 in 3 people who have COVID-19 are asymptomatic, meaning they don't show any symptoms and don't feel sick. This means...

How To Prevent Cervical Cancer

How To Prevent Cervical Cancer

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, and it’s essential to raise awareness and encourage education about what causes cervical cancer and how to prevent it.  Each year in the United States, approximately 200,000 women are diagnosed with cervical precancer or...

Skin Conditions That Need Urgent Care

Skin Conditions That Need Urgent Care

The skin is the largest organ of our bodies and acts as the primary combat zone when it comes to warding off pathogens (disease-causing organisms) from outside.  The skin is only millimeters thick, even at its densest part. Yet those few millimeters of thickness are...

How To Stock A Family First Aid Kit: Everything You Need

How To Stock A Family First Aid Kit: Everything You Need

Things can go wrong at any time. You could be hosting a birthday party or attending a dinner when suddenly someone starts choking or experiences chest pain, and nobody knows what to do.  If you have a family member with allergies or any chronic disorder, the ability...

How To Stop a Nosebleed: 6 Simple Steps

How To Stop a Nosebleed: 6 Simple Steps

Epistaxis, also known as a common nosebleed, is characterized by bleeding from the nasal mucus membranes. More simply put, a nosebleed is bleeding from the tissue inside the nose.  While a nosebleed can look pretty scary, they are minor and will stop on their own in...