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The Health Briefs TV Show on Why a Dad’s Health Matters

Couples who are planning to have a baby know that a woman’s good health habits can affect her ability to deliver a healthy baby. However, a man’s good health habits can help bring a fetus to full term and bring it to life healthy.   Moms and Dads might already know that a woman should […]

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Health Briefs TV Highlights MRSA Prevention Tips

Spring sports are heating up along with the temperature. Parents, coaches and student athletes should be aware of the dangers of resistant germs which can lurk on the most common locker room items.   Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, commonly referred to as MRSA, is one of the most common forms of resistant germs found on sports […]

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Health Briefs TV Re-Examines the Best Medicine for Colds and the Flu

Most people know when they are close to developing a bad head cold or are coming down with the flu. Despite all the advice, over-the-counter medicines and therapies, antibiotics are still asked for and prescribed. Health Briefs TV re-examines the best medicine for colds and the flu.   Watery eyes, dripping, cold noses, slight body […]

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Health Briefs TV Segment Provides Update on Ticks and Lyme Disease

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Jan. 19, 2016 – PRLog — Ticks are now more prevalent in half of all U.S. counties, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control. A Health Briefs TV segment will offer updated information on the troublesome insect and how to prevent bites, which can result in developing […]

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Health Briefs TV Reviews the Top Health Concerns for 2016

What health concern held your interest in the last year? Was it the flu and flu vaccines? What it the measles? HIV? Breast cancer? These were some of the main health topics people searched on the Internet in 2015. They also are the main top concerns this year. Health Briefs TV reviews the top health concerns […]

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Health Briefs TV Relays Safety Tips for Kids and Pets

Whether staying home or visiting relatives this holiday season, Health Briefs TV shares some health and safety tips for kids and pets.   A home with no children or pets can a hazardous place for small kids, cats and dogs. If family and friends with the above are planning a visit to your home this […]

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Health Briefs TV Segment Focuses on Infant Wellness

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Nov. 28, 2015 – PRLog — Health Briefs TV is set to air a segment focusing on infant wellness. The top-rated medical show looks into crib dangers such as cushioned bumpers, nutrition, health and wellness for the youngest members of the family. The show will review some of the updates on […]

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Health Briefs TV Covers Cold and Flu News in Upcoming Segment

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Nov. 22, 2015 – PRLog — Cold and flu season has already arrived and with it come the sniffles, watery eyes, scratchy throats and fevers. The Health Briefs TV show will present a segment covering the latest updates regarding cold and flu season, including information about the influenza vaccine, best treatments […]

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Health Briefs TV on Having a Germ-Free Flight

Germs are everywhere in the airport and on the plane. Fortunately, there are some very easy ways to reduce the risk of picking up someone else’s (or everyone’s) germs. Health Briefs TV relays how to have a relatively germ-free flight. Look around the gate area at the airport and it’s plain to see there are […]

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Health Briefs TV Offers an Update on Concussions

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports that an estimated quarter of a million children are treated in hospitals for traumatic brain injuries such as concussions every year. These head injuries are caused by sports-related incidents, among other factors. Concussions affect adults too from falls, combat-related injuries, and sports. Health Briefs TV offers an update […]

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