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Champion Chili Recipe: Texas BBQ Sweet-Hot Chili

The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians (PAFP) hosted a chili cook-off during a recent conference. Our very own Kurt Ehrenfeuchter won with his delicious Texas BBQ Sweet-Hot Chili.

Type B Flu on the Rise: 5 Ways to Fight the Bug

The first day of Spring has passed but the flu still remains. State health officials report flu activity remains widespread throughout the region, and influenza B continues to rise this month.

Winter Dry Skin

Winter is here, and conditions are perfect for uncomfortable, dry, itchy skin. Help ensure you are reaching your water intake needs by incorporating these six hydrating foods into your diet:

Tips to Stay Hydrated This Winter

When the sun is shining on a hot summer day, packing a bottle of water is part of the routine. But in winter, it is sometimes forgotten. The truth is you need just as much water in winter as you do during the steamy summer months. Check out these tips to stay hydrated during the winter months:

Get Me Out of Here! - Surviving Cabin Fever

Winter typically means staying inside and dreaming of warmer days. For some people, the early nights and indoor lifestyle can lead to restlessness, irritability, and sometimes depression. But cabin fever doesn’t have to bog you down this season: