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6 Reasons To Stop Feeding Your Kids “Kid Food”

FREDERICKSBURG, Virginia – According to the National Institutes of Health, on any given day one-third of children and 41 percent of teens eat from a fast-food restaurant. They also report that the restaurant meals often served to kids contain too many calories. The typical “kid food” being offered tends to usually include chicken nuggets, fries, macaroni […]

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5 Key ‘Make or Break’ Life Insurance Trends

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New laws, emerging technology, fiscal uncertainty and changing marketplace perceptions are making big impacts on the life insurance industry, changing the landscape for consumers in many ways. This includes everything from how applications are filled out to how quickly coverage can be obtained to evolving rules surrounding drill down topics like marijuana procurement and use. […]

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Hair Havoc No More with Dr. Marder Scalp Therapy

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Winter weather, and the subsequent use of indoor heat to stay warm, can have an extreme drying effect on the skin—and this most certainly includes the scalp. For those who already suffer from sensitive scalps or are susceptible to environmental and weather changes in general, the result can be scalp skin that’s dry, itchy and […]

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‘Give Kids a Smile Program’ for New York CIty Kids, Uplifting Humanity

New York, N.Y. My beat covers anything ‘uplifting of humanity,’ such as Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) – a national event organized by the American Dental Association (ADA). It has taken place every year since 2003 all around the United States and is launched on the first Friday in February. This event brings together dentists, dental […]

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Final Trial Results Confirm Ebola Vaccine Provides ‘High Protection’

New York, N.Y. The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has said that an experimental Ebola vaccine has been found to be highly protective against the deadly virus in a major trial in Guinea.                                           […]

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New Year, New You: 9 Ways to Start 2017 Right

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A fresh New Year is upon us and it’s time to recalibrate our self-care strategies to amp up our health, fitness and overall wellness in the months ahead. This is always a great time to turn to the marketplace for innovations that can ease and expedite our endeavors in kind. Here are a few mention-worthy […]

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Aerobic Exercise Improves Mild Cognitive Impairment

  New York, N.Y.Adults with the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease might be able to ward off or slow down its progression through aerobic exercise. FILE – Patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia are seen during a therapy session. Alzheimer’s disease is difficult to diagnose in the early stages. It begins with mild cognitive impairment – […]

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Health Agency Issues New Guidelines on HIV Self-Testing

New York, N.Y. Ahead of World AIDS Day, marked annually on 1 December, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has released new guidelines on HIV self-testing, which aim to help millions of people know their HIV status and get treatment.                             […]

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What Everyone Should Know About Gold Star Wives Day

Photo of the Day – March. 23, 2017

Photo of the Day – March. 23, 2017

Fallen EOD Warriors to be Remembered by Special Earth Day Wreaths Across America Tree Dedication

6 Reasons To Stop Feeding Your Kids “Kid Food”

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