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  • Experiencing this symptom may be a warning sign that you have Lyme disease

    International Business Times - Medical practitioners have observed that around 30% of those infected with the disease suffered stiffness in their necks. This is one of the earliest symptoms of the disease. According to Johns Hopkins Lyme Disease Research Center, this could occur within days or a month after being bitten.

  • Can you fix a poor sleep schedule?

    Martha Stewart Living - The idea of putting yourself on a sleep schedule might remind you of a toddler fighting a bedtime routine, but a consistent sleep pattern can help you feel more rested no matter your age. "Most adults do best with a consistent sleep schedule," says Dr. Sara E. Benjamin of the Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep.


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