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Safe Transportation Options for Holiday Parties

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Champagne, brandy eggnog, mulled wine, hot buttered rum punch—holiday parties mean festive drinks and plenty of them. Unfortunately, there’s nothing festive about a drunk driving arrest that could result if you don’t plan ahead for a safe ride home. Law enforcement agencies across the United States arrest more suspected drunk drivers between Thanksgiving and New … More

Shoo the Flu in the Workplace

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Time to grab your tissues, hot tea and favorite blanket; it’s flu season. Influenza (flu) is no joking matter, so it’s important to take precautions by staying informed, proactive and healthy. Is it the flu? The flu can sometimes be misinterpreted for the common cold. The main difference is the severity and onset of the … More

Alzheimer’s Warning Signs

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Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that worsens over time. Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and it kills more people than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. Are you worried about a loved one or about your own mental sharpness? In recognition of National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month this … More

7 Foods for Healthy Skin

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We all know that eating well can help us maintain a healthy waist line, but did you know your diet can also affect your skin? Eating well can help your complexion, give you that much sought after “healthy glow” and slow aging. Below is a list of the some of the best foods and beverages … More

5 Quick Tips for Preventing Diabetes

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An estimated 29.1 million people in the United States have diabetes. An additional 86 million Americans have prediabetes, or a higher-than-normal blood sugar level that’s not quite high enough to warrant a diagnostic for diabetes. Prediabetes can lead to developing Type 2 diabetes and other health conditions. Fortunately, you have the power to prevent or … More

Proper Wound Care

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It’s bad enough when you suffer a puncture, scrape or cut, but when you don’t practice proper wound care you can end up with an infection or more severe injury. Follow these steps to ensure that you’re practicing proper first aid for a cut or puncture wound: Clean the wound with cool water. Gently wash … More

How to Prevent Sports-related Eye Injuries

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Every year, tens of thousands of eye injuries occur while playing sports. Fortunately, 90 percent of sports-related eye injuries are preventable. You can reduce your risk of injury by following all appropriate safety guidelines and wearing proper protective eye equipment. In recognition of Eye Injury Prevention Month this October, below is a list of the … More

Estate Planning For Your Digital Assets

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When it comes to estate planning, it’s important to consider all of your assets. And, in an increasingly digital age, it’s especially important to consider your “digital assets” when you’re planning your estate. It may seem daunting, but a little planning now can help ensure that your final wishes are carried out and your loved … More

National Mammography Day—Oct. 16, 2016

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The third Friday of every October (National Breast Cancer Awareness Month) is National Mammography Day—a day created by Bill Clinton in 1993 to encourage women ages 40 and older to get annual mammograms. Today, however, there are differing opinions surrounding when, and if, women should get mammograms. Since breast cancer is the second most common … More

4 Brushing Tips for a Perfect Smile

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We all know that regular brushing is key to good oral hygiene. Many of us, though, do not brush the “right way” and these mistakes can harm the health of our teeth and gums. In celebration of National Dental Hygiene Month this October, below are four tips to make sure you’re brushing your teeth as … More

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