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Health Tip: CBD Oil Fast Facts

-- Cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD oil, is a chemical in marijuana.

It's increasingly popular among people looking for muscle relaxation and anxiety reduction. But researchers still have a lot to learn about the substance.

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Health Tip: Seizure First Aid

-- More than 3 million people in the U.S. have some form of epilepsy, says the Epilepsy Foundation of Eastern Pennsylvania.

Seizures can last from seconds to minutes, and can cause convulsions.

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Health Tip: Preventing Glaucoma

-- Certain ethnic groups, the elderly and people who have family members with glaucoma are at a higher risk than others for the eye disease, says the Glaucoma Research Foundation.

To help prevent glaucoma, the foundation recommends:

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Health Tip: Preparing Your Child For Sleepaway Camp

-- Sleepaway camp can be the experience of a lifetime for your child, says the YMCA. Whether the child is a youngster or a high schooler, he or she can come away with longtime memories and lifelong friends.

To prepare your child for the adventure, the YMCA suggests:

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Health Tip: Campfire Safety

-- Though a campfire is a great place for sing-a-longs and s'mores, it also is prone to mishaps.

Each year, campfire accidents send thousands of people to the emergency room, says the National Fire Protection Association.

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Health Tip: Precautions for Online Dating

-- Millions of Americans use online dating services. When meeting someone first met online in person, it's important to keep some precautions in mind, says the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network.

RAINN urges online daters to:

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Health Tip: Drinking and Boating Don't Mix

-- In most states, laws for drinking and boating are similar to those governing drinking and driving.

Boating laws apply to most any boat, including canoes, kayaks and rowboats. Alcohol is the top contributor to boating accidents, says the American Addiction Centers.

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Health Tip: Grilling Food 101

-- Summer is prime time for food poisoning, says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As temperatures rise, foodborne germs flourish.

To have a safe and enjoyable grilling season, the CDC recommends:

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