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Varicose and Spider Veins: What's the Difference -- and What To Do

People can take steps on their own to improve blood flow in the legs, keep their legs healthy and help prevent varicose and spider veins. Learn how.

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Tips for Partnering With School for Your Child With Special Needs

You know your child is full of potential. And you want to see your child learn, grow and reach that potential in the classroom. That’s why it is so important to team up with the school.

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Easy Ways To Add Flavorful Veggies To Your Meals

To many people, adding vegetables seems like a chore. The fact is, nearly all of us need to up our vegetable intake. That does not need to be complicated.

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mRNA Technology: The Launch of A New Era for Vaccines?

Vaccines have worked in the same way since they were invented more than 200 years ago. Since COVID-19 appeared, a new kind of vaccine has emerged -- the mRNA vaccine.

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What the COVID-19 Delta Variant Means for Your Travel Plans

The travel landscape is fast changing, as a number of countries have imposed restrictions in the face of soaring cases. The Delta variant spreads person-to-person much more easily than previous versions of the virus.

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What Is Intuitive Eating and How It Can Help You Eat Right

Intuitive eating is a mind-body approach to nutritional health. It is a way to increase awareness of when the mind and the body need to eat and when the mind and body are done eating.

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How To Connect With, Understand and Calm Your Baby

Some parents bond with their newborn the minute they first see them, but that isn’t always the case. Sometimes it may take a little time to form that deep connection with your newborn.

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Sneezing Since You’ve Been Staying Home More? It Could Be Allergies

The average person’s home is a minefield of allergic triggers that can cause respiratory symptoms in people who are sensitized to them.

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