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Tips to safely dispose of medications

In recognition of National Poison Prevention Week, March 15-21, it’s important to assess what’s in your medicine cabinet and make sure it is being properly stored and disposed of in order to prevent possible health risks. While prescription medications can be an important part of treatment for those who need them, they also have the […]

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5 tips for safe pumpkin carving

No matter how you cut it, turning plump pumpkins into spooky- or goofy-faced jack-o’-lanterns is scary-good fun. But if you’re not careful with your creation, things can go wrong. Badly wrong. Year after year, pumpkin-carving accidents result in severe hand or finger injuries, the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) cautions. So before you carve […]

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Workout of the Week: Farmer’s Walk

At first glance, this full-body exercise move may seem elementary. However, it is one of the most widely acknowledge move to improve functional fitness, strength and endurance. Think about how many times you carry things in any given day! From groceries and kids’ gear, to briefcases/work bags, practicing farmer’s walks can help you build strength to more […]

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Want to live longer? Make this sitting swap

If you get very little exercise, even 30 minutes a day of activity could help you live longer. In fact, replacing a half-hour of sitting time with moderate to vigorous exercise could cut your risk of premature death by nearly half. Those are the findings of an American Cancer Society study published in the American Journal of Preventive […]

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