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How to Survive Family Road Trips

Whether you’re driving to a vacation destination or traveling cross-country to several locations, a summer road trip can be loaded with family fun and adventure. Planning ahead is key to ensuring a pleasant trip. Think safety first. Pack a first-aid

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Get in the Swim

Water exercise offers special rewards. First, no matter what the activity involves, doing it in chest-deep water takes added effort. And low-impact aqua workouts can leave you feeling calm and invigorated, not tired or achy. Fitness benefits? Even the simplest

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Get Savvy About Health Care

Understanding how your health care plan works is vital to protecting your well-being. Check your knowledge against these basic goals that help ensure quality coverage: I have read my benefit plan description and know what’s required for copayments, deductibles and

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Cancer Screening Guide for Guys

Busy men tend to put off checkups, especially if they feel fine. But that can be a serious mistake when it comes to health. Men’s Health Month in June is an opportunity to learn more about the prevention, detection and

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Fish Power

By Cara Rosenbloom, RD Dietary guidelines suggest that Americans eat at least two (3.5 oz.) servings of fish each week, and for good reason. Fish is a great source of protein and omega-3 fats, and contributes vitamins and minerals to

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Computer Vision Syndrome

May is Healthy Vision Month — a perfect time to focus on computer vision syndrome (CVS). Although not a vision-threatening problem, CVS can cause several symptoms, including eyestrain, blurred vision, dry eyes, headaches and neck pain. Studies show 50% to

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