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Let’s Crunch Through October

Now that Fall has officially arrived many people are enjoying the fruits of the harvest that includes apples. Families are out picking apples, stopping at local stands, and enjoy Fall festivals with candy apples, but there are more health benefits to apples than many realize. Read on to learn more about them, as well as …

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Celebrate Our Differently-Abled Friends

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and this is a very special time as everyone celebrates the uniqueness all people bring to the table. So let’s celebrate our differently-abled friends, and understand more about how to talk with youth about the differences, but similarities those with Down Syndrome have to offer. Read on for some …

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R is for Resilience

As we close out National Suicide Prevention Month, it is important to make sure our youth have hope for their future. Resiliency is a key component in any youth’s life, but what is resiliency, and how do we explain it to our children? Read on to learn more about this and resources to talk about …

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Can I Share My Prescription Drugs?

Has anyone ever thought about that extra pain medication never finished after a surgery? Perhaps someone saved it in case they needed it in the future and didn’t want to go to the doctor for a prescription. If someone has been storing up pain or any other prescription medication “just in case” It is time …

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It’s Time to Break Down the Stigma

September is national suicide prevention month, and with that comes the opportunity to raise awareness to help prevent suicide from happening. But why is it important to talk about suicide, and how can we support those that are going through a mental health challenges in order to prevent a potential suicide. Read on to learn …

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Back to School the Safe and Healthy Way

It’s that time of year when everyone is rushing around to get back to school after a summer of activities or staycations. Now that it is time to get into a routine of back-to-school life. Let’s take a look at some safe and healthy ways to get back into the groove. Read on to learn …

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Does Your Family Meal Make the Grade?

August is Family Mealtime Month and it is important to spend time eating together as a family, but it gives the opportunity to eat healthier. August is a great time to start getting together and eating as a family. Perhaps it is getting back into the swing of the routine after a busy summer, or …

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When the Heat is on the Fruit is Fresh!

Even though most people feel like summer is winding down because it’s August, this is typically the hottest month of the year. It is also a great time for some delicious fruits. While berries may have reached their peak picking season, pears are getting ready to come in as are peaches. Fruits are a great …

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Who has Olympic Fever?

With the Olympic games running full speed ahead, some people may have what could be called Olympic fever. Don’t worry no one is sick, it is just someone who is passionate about watching the games and cheering for their favorite athletes, watching new sports, or maybe dreaming their kids could be the next famous athlete. …

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Healing Through Nature

We are in the full swing of summer, and many people are enjoying the beauty of the outdoors. It is the perfect time to do this since the kids are out of school and the weather is nice. There is fun to be had outdoors, but there are more benefits to being outdoors than a …

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