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Get a Jump on Holiday Planning to Reduce Stress

Early planning allows you to anticipate (and avoid) last-minute stress over the holidays.
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Know Your Numbers for a Healthy Heart

Know Your Numbers for a Healthy Heart

To keep your heart strong, you need to know 10 numbers. The first 5 assess your risk for disease. The second 5 are lifestyle choices for every day. Read More
Medication and Sunburn: Know the Risks

Medication and Sunburn: Know the Risks

Many common medications have a summertime side effect: They can cause an abnormal reaction to sunlight and reduce your tolerance for extreme heat. Here's how to protect yourself. Read More
10 Tips for Reducing Asthma Attacks

10 Tips for Reducing Asthma Attacks

Some asthma attacks are unavoidable but you can minimize their effects and prevent hospitalizations by following some simple tips. Read More
Preventing Dehydration

Preventing Dehydration

Dehydration can happen any time of year. Find out the causes, the warning signs, and what to eat to prevent it. Read More
Vacation Tips for Caregivers

Vacation Tips for Caregivers

These tips can help you plan when traveling with someone who needs extra assistance. Read More
10 Tips to Help Avoid Falling in Your Home

10 Tips to Help Avoid Falling in Your Home

Use these 10 tips to help you safety-proof your home to avoid injury and stay safe. Read More
Home Safety for People with Dementia and Memory Loss

Home Safety for People with Dementia and Memory Loss

16 safety measures you can take to remove dangers so your loved one can live more safely at home. Read More
Health Risks of Hearing Loss

Health Risks of Hearing Loss

Left untreated, hearing loss carries mental and behavioral health risks, and can increase your risk for injury, falling, and even some diseases. Read More
Relieve Arthritis Symptoms with Exercise

Relieve Arthritis Symptoms with Exercise

Regular exercise can actually ease arthritis pain, give you more energy, and provide relief for other symptoms—including depression. Read More
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