Sleep better with these tips

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sleep is increasingly recognized as important to public health and safety, with sleep deprivation associated with injuries, mental illness, poor quality of life and well-being, increased health care costs and lost work productivity. People who don’t sleep well also are more likely to suffer from…
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Food and water safety: What to know before you go

Eating or drinking unclean food and water can make you sick with travelers’ diarrhea and other diseases. You are at risk if you travel internationally, especially to developing countries. Reduce your risk by sticking to these safe food and water habits. Additional Resources: UofL Physicians – Vaccine and International Travel Center Center’s for Disease Control…
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Treat your child’s eczema with these tips

Eczema is a medical condition of the skin. It is estimated that more than 30 million Americans have eczema. While there is not a cure for eczema, there are treatments to help manage the symptoms. Normal, healthy skin acts like a protective barrier that prevents water from getting out and keeps outside agents such as irritants or bacteria…
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