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Understanding Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease and the Role of a Caregiver

With over five million Americans living with dementia, most people either have a loved one or know of someone with the disease.

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Eye Safety & Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras season is upon us, and while we are busy thinking about king cakes, parades and parties, we often overlook some important, yet not-so-obvious, safety lessons while out and...

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When to Introduce Solid Foods to Your Baby

The first two years of feeding sets up lifetime dietary behaviors. Here are some tips and recommendations to help your child develop healthy eating habits right from the start.

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Heat it Up and Stay Safe

When temperatures drop, you rely on the heater in your house to keep you warm. But did you know that heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths?

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Safely Welcome the New Year

What would New Year’s Eve be without fireworks to help add sparkle to the night’s festivities? In order to help keep this holiday and the beginning of the...

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Give Your Feet a Break During Holiday Shopping Season

The holiday shopping season is quickly approaching. This means hours of walking through the mall, standing in line and ultimately putting added stress on your feet. Here are some tips...

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Spook-Free Safety Tips for Halloween

This Halloween, the only scares you get should be from trick-or-treat fun and not from an injury to yourself or others. Follow these basic tips to keep your Halloween adventures...

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Ensuring a Safe and Germ-Free Halloween for your Family

Follow these guidelines to ensure that your children have a healthy and enjoyable, trick-or-treating experience.

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