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(BPT) - The number of cardiovascular deaths is still on the rise—in fact, cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States.[i],[ii] Heart attack and stroke each occur on average every 40 seconds, and one cardiovascular death occurs on averag…

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(NAPSI)—Nasal congestion is nothing to sneeze at. It affects roughly 20 percent of the population and is associated with reduced quality of life, difficulty sleeping, reduced daytime performance, and increased need for healthcare. In addition to the physical misery, it has been estimated tha…

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(BPT) - Sadia Prema, a successful, determined, 37-year-old sales professional from Phoenix, was walking across the street to meet with a client when she was struck by a distracted driver and thrown nearly 40 feet. She sustained multiple injuries, including a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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(BPT) - Sean Dean from Phoenix, Arizona, a freshman at Arizona State University who has lived with cystic fibrosis (CF) his entire life, was the winner of last year’s AbbVie CF Scholarship Thriving Undergraduate Student award for exemplifying the creativity, talent, hard work and persistence…

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(NAPSI)—When you breathe a sigh of relief after giving your home its annual thorough cleaning, you may be breathing in more dust, dirt, and pollution than you realize—unless you’ve also gotten the HVAC system cleaned.A Hidden ProblemThrough normal living, people generate a great deal of cont…

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