Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Cologuard Guide to Screening for Colon Cancer in 3 easy steps.

The Cologuard guide to Screening for Colon Cancer in 3 easy steps. Cologuard is intended for adults 50 years of age or older who are at average risk for colon cancer. It is not a replacement for diagnostic or surveillance … Continue reading

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Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac: A rash of information about identification,treatment and prevention

Poison Ivy, Oak & Sumac: A rash of information about identification, treatment and prevention. What is it? Poison ivy, oak and sumac belong to a family of plants that produce one of the most common allergic reactions in the United … Continue reading

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Cut your flu risk in half: Washing your hands 3x a day can help.

Cut your flu risk in half: Washing your hands 3x a day can help. Look inside for more information on cold and flu: *Prevention *Symptoms *Treatment Preventing colds and the flu is in your hands. Following the tips below can … Continue reading

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Sinus sufferers, get your life back:In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty

Sinus sufferers, get your life back: In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty Have your sinus symptoms not responded well to medication? Sinus relief is here. You are not alone. At least 20% of chronic sinusitis patients are not successfully treated with medical therapy. … Continue reading

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Behind the Science of Migraine

Behind the Science of Migraine: Understanding calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) may help provide a more complete picture of the disease process. What is a migraine? Migraine is a complex neurological disease associated with recurrent and often debilitating headaches, often associated … Continue reading

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Just a cough or Whooping Cough?

Just a cough or Whooping Cough? When it comes to spotting the difference between “just a cough” and whooping cough, it may not be as easy. What is whooping cough? Whooping cough (also known as pertussis) is a highly contagious … Continue reading

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Seeking Safety for Gay & Bisexual Men-Exponents

Exponents Inc.-Seeking Safety for Gay & Bisexual Men Seeking safety focuses on coping skills with the goal of helping you attain safety in your relationships, thinking, behavior & emotions. Join us on Tuesdays from 6:00pm-8:00pm. There will be Light Refreshments, … Continue reading

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Living Well-Developed specifically for gay, bisexual ages 18-28

Exponents: Leaders in transforming lives announces: Living Well Living Well: has developed specifically for gay, bisexual ages 18-28 seeking to improve the quality of their life and community. Programs includes: Candid Discussions, Realistic Goal-Setting, Support, Affirmation, Metro-cards, Refreshments/Movie Tickets, Completion … Continue reading

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Alive with ARRIVE: Exponents-Improving health. Igniting hope.

Exponents-Improving health. Igniting hope. Alive with ARRIVE. ARRIVE offers free life skills building training in a uniquely supportive, inspiring and educational environment that cares for individuals and families living with HIV and addiction. ARRIVE offers: Counseling, Support Groups, Stress Reduction … Continue reading

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Peer Ethics Training: Exponents-Center for Personal and Professional Development

Exponents-Center for Personal & Professional Development Peer Ethics Training The Center provides the required 16-Hour Ethics and Peer Responsibilities training for the Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) credential. Our two day 16 hour training is scheduled for: Trainings are generally … Continue reading

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