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Resolve To “Grow Younger” In 2015

Another year has rolled around, and as we start 2015, it’s tough to deny that we’re all getting older. It’s a fact that aging is a necessary part of living. 
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Are You at Risk for Lung Cancer? 30 Minutes and A Low Dose CT Scan Will Tell You

Survival following a cancer diagnosis is largely dependent on how far the cancer has progressed prior to being detected. 
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Your Heart And Hearing Have A Lot In Common!

It’s beginning to look like it’s more than just a coincidence that two of the most common medical conditions affecting older adults heart disease and hearing loss seem to go hand in hand.
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Local Elementary Schools Celebrate Walk To School Day

Lee’s Summit recently participated in Walk and Bike to School Day on October 8, 2014. The Partnership for a Walkable America sponsored the first National Walk Our Children to School Day in Chicago in 1997 and it has grown into an international event.
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New Information about Neurons Could Lead to Advancements in Understanding Brain and Neurological Disorders Neurons Actively Compensate for Electrical Imbalances at the Genetic Level, MU Researchers Demonstrate

Neurons are electrically charged cells, located in the nervous system, that interpret and transmit information using electrical and chemical signals. 
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Stroll Your Way To Better Heart Health

Are you one of the millions of Americans who simply can’t find a chunk of time to devote to exercise?
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Benefit Cancer Killer Workshop Offers Simple Steps Towards Cancer Prevention, Saturday, Oct. 11

Most everyone knows somebody who has cancer - or who has died from it. The Cancer Killers workshop offers scientific information and simple steps anyone can implement to help prevent cancer from developing.
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Walk And Bike To School Day Is Coming Soon

Do you ever get tired of the drop off line at school?  Well, here is an excuse to try something different. Wednesday, October 8th is Walk and Bike to School Day.  
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Yearly Well Woman Exam Still Recommended

In March of 2012, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) and a multidisciplinary partnership among the American Cancer Society/American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology/American Society for Clinical Pathology (ACS/ASCCP/ASCP) made new recommendations for cervical cancer screening for women.
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Events at Independence convenience stores encourage healthy eating

Three stores are part of a county-wide initiative to provide healthier food options to underserved neighborhoods
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