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Eating vegetables, going to the doctor and being health conscience aren’t exactly habits many of us would list as “manly.” Well men, listen up: whether you consider these things to be manly or not, they’re all important parts of leading a happy and healthy life.

Nutrition, prostate health and cardiovascular health are just some of the things to pay attention to if you want to maintain your overall health. The staff at Southeastern Med have some simply ways to help you maintain your health. 

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Each year approximately 60,000 preschool children are taken to the hospital after accidently ingesting prescription or over-the-counter drugs.

In many cases, these incidents could have easily been avoided. Simple steps such as locking up your medicine cabinet or disposing of unused or expired medications will greatly reduce the risk of medications falling into the wrong hands or being misused.

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Bone and joint pain plagues many of us. Whether you’re dealing with long-term problems with arthritis or a recent sports injury, bone and joint pain can make even the easiest tasks painful.

Instead of reaching for a bottle of aspirin, here are some natural remedies to help relieve the pain.

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Young or old, many of us have experienced joint pain at one point or another. One of the best ways to prevent or relieve this pain is by eating foods that reduce inflammation and support joint health. 

Here are a few to add to your diet.

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Do you start experiencing allergy symptoms like sneezing and itchy, watery eyes at the first signs of spring? Have you noticed that your joints ache more as we get further into the season? 

That’s because allergies can cause inflammation throughout your entire body, not just your respiratory system.

NCRA2Cambridge, Ohio - Staff from Southeastern Med recently attended a conference hosted by the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) in Washington, D.C. from April 5-8.

During the 4-day conference, multiple staff members from Southeastern Med presented information about cancer research. Dr. Michael Sarap spoke about teambuilding and how highly functional teams operate in a successful cancer program. Some of the highlights from his presentation included the role of emotional intelligence in the workplace and the value of creativity and innovation when driving success.