Monthly Archives: January 2015

Prediabetes Resource for Elon Faculty and Staff

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“Prediabetes: What You Need to Know” This class is offered every other month in the Grand Oaks Center Large Classroom on the campus of Alamance Regional Medical Center. This two-hour class is for people diagnosed with pre-diabetes or for people who are at risk of developing diabetes. The focus of the class is on understanding the factors that contribute to developing diabetes and how to … Continue Reading

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15 Natural Cold and Flu Remedies

Feeling under the weather? Read these 15 Natural Cold and Flu Remedies and get back to being a healthier, happier you! It’s no wonder natural cold and flu remedies are popular — modern medicine has yet to offer a cure for these age-old ailments. While some medications can prevent and shorten the flu’s duration, some medications only offer temporary relief … Continue Reading

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Office Germs Spread Fast − Be Smart to Keep Them at Bay


By Heart MD Institute Editors Published: 07 January 2015 Researchers at the University of Arizona have “clocked” the speed and spread of germs in an office setting, and it’s faster than you can imagine.They found that just a single door contaminated with a virus can allow the bug to proliferate to about 50 percent of office surfaces and employee hands within … Continue Reading

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