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After months and months of cold and snow, nothing sounds better than sun and sand. For many college students, spring break is a rite of passage. But nothing can ruin a trip faster than an accident or mishap that could have been avoided.read more
Why is it we show love this time of year with treats and goodies that really aren’t the best things for all of us? Chocolates and candies are ok in moderation but let’s be real, who is finishing that box of chocolates all by themselves?read more
New Year’s resolutions tend to end up being a big joke, mainly because we break them so fast. It’s funny to share that we bought an entire month of a gym membership, only to go twice. Or the fact that we resolved to eat better and the next day ate double dessert. But any resolution we make to be healthier, shouldn’t be taken lightly.read more
The holidays are once again upon us bringing joy, wishes for good health, happiness and, unfortunately, hazards. As we push ourselves to take advantage of all the holidays have to offer, we may stumble across some holiday hazards that we need to avoid.read more
Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for many, probably because its focus of food and family can appeal to nearly everyone. Plus, it’s just too much fun making turkey and fall-themed crafts! But since every child is probably already making a turkey out of a handprint, here are some other fun craft ideas for kids.read more
There’s no cure for diabetes, a condition that affects more than 30 million Americans or about nine percent of the entire population, but it can be managed. The food you eat, your exercise routine and the medications you take can all keep your blood glucose in check.read more