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They say home is where the heart is. During this unique moment in history, home is also where many families live, work, and go to school…together. With many of the nation’s schools closed and stay-at-home orders in effect for most states, some parents have stepped up to teach their kids.
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Have you ever gotten so sick you needed to take prescription medication? Most of us have. Commonly prescribed by doctors to reduce the symptoms associated with the flu, common colds, or viral infections, antibiotics are a range of powerful drugs that can slow down or completely halt the growt
Although most people know it’s important to include a variety of fruits and vegetables in their diet, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that only 1 in 10 Americans are getting enough of these highly nutritious foods. This is due, in large part, to the prevalence
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