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  •   The National Stroke Awareness Month is run by the National Stroke Association and helps individuals 'Save A Life' by educating them about Stroke Awareness Month. It is also a timely reminder of stroke survivors and how organizations support stroke survivors

  •   Have you ever wondered why your parents would tell you if you’re going to be outside make sure you put sunblock on? Let me tell you why. The sun and sunlamps give off ultraviolet (UV) radiation, but keep in mind

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