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Heart attacks can occur during any season, but there is an increased risk for certain types of heart attacks during winter.

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The first week in December has been designated as Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, and with good reason.

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October 17, 2017

As humans, we each have 46 chromosomes, containing about 20,000 genes. These sequences of letters serve as the body’s instructions.

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