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Sunday, August 10,2014
Good Health

Good Health August 2014

Live Healthy Kids expands their work in Athens County elementary schools.

Monday, July 7,2014
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Good Health July 2014

Medical advance allows paralyzed former OU student to move his paralyzed hand and fingers with his own thoughts. And a European expert teaches community members how to maintain muscle mass
Monday, June 2,2014
Good Health

Vaccination rates in Athens County are near average or higher

By Lindsay Boyle
Public health workers in Athens County have done an excellent job of vaccinating children. Take a look at our June Good Health section to find out how they did it.
Monday, May 5,2014
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Good Health May 2014

Teddy bears help children cope with being in the emergency room, new fetal monitors at O'Bleness allow women more mobility during labor, and how to prevent or minimize the sting of shingles. Click on the image at left to read the digital edition of Good Health.

Friday, April 25,2014
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Good Health April 2014

The truth about college drinking

Friday, April 25,2014
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Good Health March 2014

The facts about gluten free food

Friday, April 25,2014
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Good Health February 2014

How to get through a breakup

Tuesday, January 28,2014
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Good Health January 2014

Check out this months good health! Read the digital edition online here.
Tuesday, January 28,2014
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Athens physicians: Fighting the battle against nationwide obesity

By Fred Kight, Athens NEWS Writer
The medical profession has issued guidelines for fighting the nation's obesity epidemic. The guidelines urge doctors to be a lot more aggressive about helping patients lose weight.
Tuesday, January 28,2014
Good Health

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder

By Allison Ricket, Athens NEWS Contributor

Extended hours of dark and the freezing temperatures of winter make many people want to hunker down under a warm blanket and sleep until spring.

While some changes in activity and routine during the change in seasons is considered normal, more dramatic changes in mood and productivity that correlate with the changing season could signal a larger problem.

 
 
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