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In this issue: Cellulite remedies, walking and ankle weights, alternative medicine warnings and more

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Vol. 20, Issue 55 | July 8, 2019
Integrative medicine: Evaluate CAM claims
If you're considering a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) treatment, such as an herbal supplement, do your homework first. Here's how to weed out misinformation.
Work-life balance: Tips to reclaim control
Married to your work? Balancing time at your job and time at home may help you feel less stressed and healthier. Try these helpful suggestions.
Probiotics and prebiotics: What you should know
Probiotics are "good" bacteria that may help treat or prevent illness. Should you include them in your diet?
Ankle weights for fitness walkers: Good idea?
If walking is a part of your fitness routine, skip the ankle weights and simply pick up the pace. Here's why.
Sun allergy
Animal bites: First aid
CPAP machines: Tips for avoiding 10 common problems
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Discover 4 simple steps to live a resilient, joy-filled life!
The Mayo Clinic Handbook for Happiness is a great companion to The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living. Anchored in science and accessible to everyone, this book focuses on building resilience in the face of stress and difficulty through a simple four-step plan. Learn more.
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Summertime is here and sun protection is especially important for people with skin conditions. Ask questions. Get answers. Find support from people like you on Mayo Clinic Connect.
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Sunglasses are more than a fashion statement. When you're shopping for shades, skip sunglasses that don't offer details about ultraviolent (UV) radiation protection. Instead look for sunglasses that block at least 99% of both UVA and UVB rays.
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