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RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH AN ‘ANTI’ RESOLUTIONS LIST

Try a new approach to setting health and fitness goals by creating an “anti” New Year’s resolutions list and focusing on what you’re NOT going to do. For example, don’t make excuses. Find a … more
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For The Home

You could be more comfortable at home for less money. The Environmental Protection Agency says cleaning a heating and cooling system lets it run more efficiently so it’s less likely to break down, … more
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Contest Corner

Fame and fortune may await writers and artists focused on the future. In 1983 acclaimed author L. Ron Hubbard created the Writers of the Future Contest for aspiring writers of speculative fiction. … more
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Eye On Health

There are many reasons not to skip routine eye exams. First, research suggests vision loss can affect your brain. People who scored poorly on vision tests were more likely to suffer memory deficits. … more
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Delicious Traditional Recipes

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, reports the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention—but you can protect yourself. First, don’t smoke. Next, get regular … more
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Health And Well-Being

A new Genesight (jean-sight) mental health monitor national poll has found that eight in ten people with depression feel life would be easier if others could understand their depression. Yet, the … more
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Healthy Home

Asthma affects over twenty-four million Americans. More than fifty million suffer from allergies. One problem is that as air in your home circulates through the heating and cooling system, pollen, … more
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The Home Gym Is Here To Stay

There’s no better time to start an at-home-fitness routine. Start creating your ultimate home gym with the space-saving, connected Bowflex M-NINE Max Trainer machine. The integrated J-R-N-Y digital … more
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Our Health

Over a hundred thousand Americans, mostly Black and multi-racial, have sickle cell disease. While most can’t find a life-saving bone marrow or blood stem cell match, Gift of Life Marrow Registry … more
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Eye On Health

As you age, you’re increasingly likely to develop cataracts—your eye’s natural lens becoming cloudy. Fortunately, an ophthalmologist can surgically remove the cloudy lens and replace it with an … more
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The Cleaning Season

Whether you’ve been cleaning your home more this year or less, chances are the heating and cooling air ducts haven’t been cleaned at all. Unfortunately, that’s where dirt, germs, mold, mildew, … more
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PLANNING YOUR RETIREMENT

With the recent upheavals in many people’s work and personal lives during the pandemic, you may feel that saving for retirement is harder than ever—but there could be good news to make it a … more
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Business News

The Small Business Administration says there are some thirty million small businesses in America. Lately, far too many of them have been dealing with new demands. … more
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Nurses Know The Truth About COVID-19 Vaccine Myths

Most medical experts agree, the COVID-Nineteen vaccine is the way to fight the pandemic, but myths about it persist. Vaccines work by encouraging your body to generate antibodies to protect … more
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HEALTH: A NEW RESOURCE TO PREVENT HEART DISEASE IN AFRICAN AMERICANS

Heart disease is a leading cause of death for all Americans, but the death rate is higher for African Americans. Many have some form of heart disease—but it can often be prevented. To that end, The … more
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Money Matters

Having a job can put anyone in a better position to build a future—including people with disabilities. To help, Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program provides free employment services to … more
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Your Healthy Home

People are increasingly concerned about dirt and germs these pandemic days, but many are neglecting a spot where airborne contaminants can lurk: the air ducts. Even in the cleanest house, the indoor … more
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News of Older Americans

Maintaining social connections can improve quality of life and lead to better health, which is particularly important during the COVID-nineteen pandemic. If you’re an older adult or caregiver … more

News Of Jobs

Getting a job may not be as difficult as some people fear thanks to innovative efforts by a government agency. Social Security’s Ticket to Work Program supports career development for people who … more
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Making Life More Fun

You may not be able to treat yourself to an exotic vacation trip or even a dinner out these days, but there are other ways to enjoy yourself. For example, collecting classic cars. It can be … more
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