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Intergenerational programs bridge gap between young and old
Intergenerational programs bridge gap between young and old

People are living longer than ever before.

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Botox being used to treat TMJ, chronic migraines
Botox being used to treat TMJ, chronic migraines

Best known for smoothing wrinkles, Botox is wowing the medical community with its wide range of applications.

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Varied treatments possible to diminish sagging arms
Varied treatments possible to diminish sagging arms

It doesn't seem to matter how many triceps exercises one does or if one reaches their ideal weight, the skin of the upper arms can defy the benefits of diet and exercise.

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With return of VegFest, Plant Life meets Salt Life
Author and whole food, plant-based lobbyist Gene Baur, with writer J Lanning Smith aboard the MSC Divine during the Holistic Holiday at Sea cruise in March. PHOTO SUBMITTED
With return of VegFest, Plant Life meets Salt Life

Have you noticed the Plant Life sticker on the back of cars as you drive around the area?

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'Building' for the future with capital campaigns
Denise K. Spencer
'Building' for the future with capital campaigns

A number of local nonprofits are planning, or in the process of, capital campaigns.

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Joys of spring can be lost on allergy sufferers
Joys of spring can be lost on allergy sufferers

We might not get much autumn color here in the Low-country

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What you should know about ovarian cancer
What you should know about ovarian cancer

Many women are diligent about eating right

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Skin allergies can have major impact on quality of life
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Skin allergies can have major impact on quality of life

Itchy skin allergies can affect up to 20 percent of the population at some point in their lives.

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Vaccine can eliminate 90 percent of HPV-related cancers
Joanne Price Williamson
Vaccine can eliminate 90 percent of HPV-related cancers

Q: What is the human papilloma-virus, and who should be vaccinated for it?

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Practicing life skills for a more positive well-being
Practicing life skills for a more positive well-being

Research from Dr. Barbara Fredrickson, a psychologist at the University of North Carolina

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