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Fireworks Safety: Important for Pets As Well As People

For many people, fireworks are necessary for a proper Fourth of July celebration. For pets, however, they can be terrifying. You should be focused on fireworks safety --especially if you're at a ...
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Quick and Easy Citrus Snacks

With summer upon us, citrus fruits are in full swing, and they’re as good for you as they are delicious! The benefits of citrus fruits are many. Oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits, tangerines ...
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Cruel Summer? Not If You Follow Our Safety Guide

Summer is a time to play--with vacations, beach trips, pool days and barbecues, you can feel like you don't have a care in the world. But you do need to take care to have a safe summer. After all, ...
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Advance Care Directives - Good for Everyone

Making your wishes known about end-of-life care helps ensure those wishes are honored “There is a deep cultural aversion to talking about dying,” says Dr. Ira Byock, founder and chief ...
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National Cancer Survivors Day: A Good Day to Remember There's Help, Health and Hope After Cancer Treatment

It’s National Cancer Survivors Day and the number of individuals and families celebrating life today keeps growing. In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates there are more than 15.5 ...
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4 Foods on a Stick to Make Mealtime Fun for Your Kids

Mealtime with little ones can be a real struggle. For parents with picky eaters or kids who are “bored” with the same foods, consider skewering your next meal on a stick. It’s a ...
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Kids & Asthma: How to Treat it & Prevent Attacks

Asthma is the most common childhood chronic condition, with nearly 8.4 percent of children diagnosed with asthma in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control. It is a lifelong ...
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Quit Smoking Today With the Right Help

The benefits of quitting smoking start within 20 minutes of your last cigarette as your blood pressure and heart rate begin to recover. Within 24 hours, your chance of having a heart attack decreases. ...
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Kids & Asthma: How to Recognize the Signs

It can be scary to see a child having an asthma attack, where her airways become narrow and inflamed and she struggles to breathe. What’s even scarier for many parents is finding out their child ...
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Most Strokes Can Be Prevented--Know the Risk Factors (Infographic)

The statistics on strokes are staggering. Each year, 15 million people around the world suffer a stroke--whether it's caused by a clot in one of the brain's blood vessels, or one of those ...
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