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Healthy Recipe

November 21, 2017
This healthier version of the traditional holiday side dish relies on a small amount of maple syrup to enhance the natural sweetness of the potatoes and is finished off with a crunchy topping of pecans and oats.

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Hormonal Headaches
by Loretta Mueller, D.O., FACOFP

Menstrually-associated migraines (MAM) are those headaches that occur regularly around the time of a woman’s monthly period, and possibly at other times of the month, too. There are no tests to diagnose a migraine, but a history of headaches severe enough to reduce full functioning -- possibly associated with one-sided throbbing pain with nausea, and sensitivity to light and/or sound – is usually sufficient to make the diagnosis. About 60 percent of women who experience migraine headaches have MAM – meaning more frequent migraines around the time of their menstrual period.

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