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Health TIp: Traveling With Your Pet

Tips for a safe car ride - If you are planning a long road trip and taking Rover or Fluffy along, the ASPCA offers these suggestions to help keep you and your animal safe: continue reading »

Health Tip: Consider These Diabetes ‘Superfoods’

Offerings that should meld well with a diabetic's meal plan. People with diabetes should look for foods that pack a powerful nutritional punch yet have a low glycemic index, experts say. continue reading »

Health Tip: How to Avoid Secondhand Smoke

Suggestions include asking people not to light up in your home. Secondhand smoke can cause illness and early death in adults and children who don't smoke. continue reading »

Health Tip: More Reasons to Quit Smoking

Health risks start to diminish almost immediately. As soon as you quit smoking, you begin to reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease, lung disease and stroke. continue reading »

Health Tip: Selecting a Childcare Provider

Factors to consider include staff-to-child ratio. If you're a new mom who is planning to return to work soon, you may need to find a reputable childcare provider. continue reading »

Health Tip: Diabetics, Avoid Too Much Salt

Suggestions to help you cut back . High-sodium foods can contribute to high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for stroke and heart attack. The issue is compounded for people with diabetes, who are already at greater risk of heart attack and stroke. continue reading »

Health Tip: Bringing Home a Premature Baby

Here are questions new parents should ask. Caring for a premature baby, born before 37 weeks' gestation, requires extra care and attention. continue reading »

Fruits, Veggies Can Be Beauty Tools, Study Says

Skin color improves as consumption increases, researchers say. The key to a rosy, healthy-looking complexion may be as simple as eating more fruits and vegetables, researchers say. continue reading »

Health Tip: Coping With Diabetes

Accepting your diagnosis. You've just been diagnosed with diabetes. Accepting the diagnosis is difficult for many people, but it's an important first step. The American Diabetes Association offers these suggestions: continue reading »

Health Tip: Lower Your Risk for Osteoporosis

Here are factors you can control. Some risk factors for osteoporosis you can't control -- such as your age, heritage and family history of the brittle bones condition. continue reading »

Health Tip: Wash Skin Properly

To keep it clean and help prevent acne. continue reading »

Health Tip: Set an Exercise Schedule

To help adhere to your fitness routine. Adhering to an exercise routine can be a challenge, but creating a schedule can help you stay on track. The American Academy of O continue reading »

Health Tip: Limit Drug-Food Interactions

Foods can affect both prescription and OTC meds. Sometimes the foods you eat and the meds you take don't mix. The American Academy of Family Physicians says continue reading »

Health Tip: Get More Veggies Into Your Diet

Here are some ways to add them to snacks and meals. Everyone knows it's important to eat a lot of vegetables. But how can you eat more of these healthy foods without upsetting your routine? continue reading »

Health Tip: When Aggressive Behavior Signals a Problem

Requiring a call to the pediatrician. Children may act out in an aggressive way because they're frustrated or just don't know how to express their emotions. But there are times when it's wise for a parent to call the pediatrician during an aggressive outburst. continue reading »

Health Tip: Diabetics, Pack Smart for Holiday Travel

Don't leave home unprepared. If you're diabetic and preparing to head out for the holidays, take care to carefully pack your medications and supplies. continue reading »

Health Tip: Is Your Relationship Healthy?

Possible warning signs of a bad relationship. A relationship doesn't have to be plagued by physical abuse to be unhealthy. Emotional abuse can take an enormous toll on your physical and emotional health. continue reading »

Health Tip:  Pack Your Holiday Leftovers Carefully

When packing up your holiday leftovers, make sure they're properly stored to prevent foodborne illness. The American Dietetic Association offers these suggestions for safe storage of your holiday leftovers: continue reading »

Health Tip: When a Cold Won’t Go Away

It might be an allergy. Coughs and sniffles are common among little ones. But if symptoms persist, especially at the same time each year, the child may actually have an allergy. continue reading »

Health Tip: Get Into the Habit of Exercising

Suggestions to make it part of your day. For optimal health and weight management, be sure to make physical activity a part of your daily routine. continue reading »