| Posted On Jun 08, 2021 | By:

How to Choose the Best Sunscreen to Protect Your Skin

As summer approaches and the weather warms up, many people will be spending more time outdoors. Although getting outside and staying active is good for your health, it’s important to be careful of long-term sun exposure, which can lead to a common yet dangerous type of skin cancer called melanoma. Luckily, one of the best ways to protect yourself from melanoma is to simply wear sunscreen and reapply throughout the day.

Sunscreen use is extremely important regardless of gender,

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| Posted On Jun 03, 2021 | By:

Considering Contraception? You Have Long-Acting Options.

Contraceptives have existed for thousands of years. In ancient Greece and Rome, the use of a plant called silphium (found only in a small region of Libya) was so popular as a method of birth control that over-cultivation resulted in its extinction. In ancient Egypt, a concoction of crocodile dung (ew!) and sour milk was developed, which was then placed into the vagina to prevent pregnancy. You really do not want to get pregnant to come up with that!

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| Posted On Jun 01, 2021 | By:

Stay Healthy on Your Summer Road Trip

New England is home to some of the country’s best hikes, beaches, landmarks, and historical tours, all within driving distance. This is especially convenient for those still wary of air travel as we emerge from the pandemic. As you begin to ramp up your summer travels with a road trip, we’ve thought of some tips to help your family embark on a healthy and enjoyable journey.


What to Pack

Packing for a road trip can seem daunting,

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