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Six Ways to Avoid the Sitting Disease

If you spend a large portion of your day sitting, you’re not alone.

Inactivity is one of the key factors contributing to the nation’s high rate of obesity and its related health effects. Research shows 50 to 70 percent of people spend six or more hours a day sitting, and 20 to 35 percent spend four or more hours a day watching TV.

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Light Up the Perimeters to Protect Your Home and Business

A recent social network interaction prompted a question about whether constant all-night floodlight illumination is safer and more intimidating to vandals or burglars than the sudden bright light from a motion activated system.

That subject is addressed by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Crime Prevention Unit. That law enforcement agency recommends single family homeowners as well as businesses light up the perimeters during the night,

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Myths Associated with the Affordable Care Act

There are a lot of changes to this year’s tax code – 46 to be exact – as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). What’s most important is to be aware if your taxes – and your annual refund – will be affected.

Tax experts at H&R Block address common myths associated with the ACA and how they may impact your taxes:

Myth: If you chose not to have health insurance in 2014 and don’t qualify for an exemption,

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Five, Fail-Safe Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

If you make New Year’s resolutions, you’re not alone. About half of Americans make special goals for each new year, according to University of Scranton research. Unfortunately, you’re also not alone if you break them, as only 8 percent of people are successful in achieving their resolution. Why do so many people fail,

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10 Reasons to Buy Life Insurance

You can’t drive it around the block. You can’t wear it for an evening out. You can’t watch anything on it. And chances are it won’t elicit squeals of delight when opened. But of the many gifts you can give, life insurance might make the biggest difference to those you love.

So, what are 10 reasons you should buy yourself a life insurance policy for Christmas? 

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Steps to File an Insurance Claim

When it comes to filing an insurance claim, knowledge is power.

“The best time to learn about the claims process is before you have a loss,” notes Jeanne M. Salvatore, the Insurance Information Institute’s (I.I.I.) chief communications officer. “Knowing what to do can make filing a claim less stressful if you have a loss.”

The I.I.I.

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When Antibiotics Don’t Work

 

Antibiotic resistance is a growing public health concern worldwide. When a person is infected with an antibiotic-resistant bacterium, not only is treatment of that patient more difficult, but the antibiotic-resistant bacterium may spread to other people. 

When antibiotics don’t work, the result can be: 

 

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Dealing with Dementia and Alzheimer’s During the Holidays

 The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy when families and friends gather to share each other’s company, revisit fond stories of holidays past and make new memories to last a lifetime. But what if a loved one is no longer able to remember the holidays or the family and friends he has spent them with?

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How to Balance Restraint and Indulgence During the Holidays

The holiday season is full of celebrations. From office parties to family events, everyone gathers to spread a little extra cheer. While people may be wary of what all of the holiday treats will mean for their health, avoiding all of the revelry could cause more harm than good.  Creating a balance between restraint and indulgence will help sustain physical,

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