November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. This vital time of year draws attention to lung cancer and lung cancer screenings. Here’s what you need to know about a lung cancer screening.

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During the winter, it’s easy to spend more time with your screen. But too much screen time can have negative effects on your health. Now that daylight savings time has begun, it’s time to think about reducing your screen time.
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It can be hard to maintain your routine in winter, especially when it comes to exercise or other activities. With colder temperatures and fewer daylight hours, it can be easy just to snuggle up until it gets warm again. But staying active in the winter can have great benefits on your overall health. Apart from increasing your energy level and improving your sleep, sticking to your activities can improve your mood and reduce your risk of getting seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which can cause fatigue and depression.
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November is American Diabetes Month, and we want to focus on the truth about prediabetes. Approximately 88 million American adults have prediabetes, and what’s even more surprising is that 84% of people with prediabetes don’t know they have it. But even though prediabetes is a serious health condition, with simple lifestyle changes, you can prevent or delay prediabetes from developing into type 2 diabetes.
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Baltimore based MCO, Jai Medical Systems Managed Care Organization, Inc. is once again one of the Highest Rated Medicaid Health Insurance Plans in the United States for 2021-2022, according to the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Medicaid Health Insurance Plan Report Card.
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Summer Sun Safety

Summer is finally here, and while that means it’s time to kick back and soak up the sun’s warm rays, it also means that taking precautions when it comes to UV protection is more important than ever. July is UV Safety Awareness Month, which highlights the importance of protecting your skin and eyes from the damaging effects of the sun.
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When you are feeling pain or pressure in your head, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether you are experiencing a headache or a migraine. While some people use both terms interchangeably, they are actually two different issues, and knowing the difference can be important when it comes to faster relief and better treatments.
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There’s no way to avoid it, we all get stressed. Some stress can be good, and it can help motivate us to get things done. Even events that are highly stressful like getting a serious illness or losing your job can be a natural part of life. But when stress starts to make us feel down or anxious for more than several weeks or if it starts to keep us from doing things we love, it might be time to start thinking about stress management.
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While asthma can affect people of all ages, children with asthma have special concerns. Childhood asthma is one of the most common reasons that children visit doctors, miss days at school or are admitted to the hospital. But with proper management, children can be able to live a healthy, active life.

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You are not alone if you can’t imagine starting your day without a cup of coffee. But is this a healthy or harmful habit? Maybe your doctor told you to cut down on your caffeine intake. Learn more about cutting back on caffeine to help you live a healthier, happier life.
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