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Moderate Drinking Could Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted on March 19th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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A glass of wine a day has been shown to have protective health effects, helping people live longer. Now, in new research, light to moderate alcohol consumption has been found to help minimize the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Is this information helpful or the practice recommended for all people? Your doctor should be prepared […]

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THC Exposure in Pregnancy Negatively Affects Fetal Development

Posted on March 16th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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There is not much research about cannabis, THC, and CBD in pregnancy, though use of these substances in pregnancy has always come with recommendations for an overabundance of caution. Now, a new study from researchers at Western University and Queen’s University in Canada has found that regular exposure to THC during pregnancy has a significant […]

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Antibiotics in Early Pregnancy Could Cause Birth Defects

Posted on March 12th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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Expectant mothers worry about a lot of things, especially what they put in their bodies. If a doctor prescribes a medication, however, women feel safe to assume their doctor has carefully assessed the risks of the drug and consider taking it to be safer and better than not having the medication at all. Unfortunately, this […]

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Pedestrian Deaths Continue to Increase in the United States

Posted on March 10th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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A new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) projects that 6,590 people died on or along United States roadways in 2019. That total is the highest yearly number since 1988 and 5% higher than the number of pedestrians who died in 2018. Roads aren’t safe for pedestrians. The big question is: Why?

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Navigating Michigan’s New No-Fault Auto Insurance System

Posted on February 15th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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Michigan’s recently revamped no-fault auto insurance system will come with plenty of changes, and plenty of questions. The state has developed a consumer-focused website that offers details about the new system, explanations of the available coverage options, and shopping tips for finding the best carrier for every motorist’s needs. Here are the basics.

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