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Caring for your community: Three ways to give back year-round

Caring for your community: Three ways to give back year-round

Do you think your family should get involved in volunteer efforts, but you don’t know how to get started? Whether you choose to be active in your community on a…

Joining together to face rare diseases

Living with or caring for someone with a rare disease can be challenging as symptoms of these diseases are often misunderstood, misleading or misinterpreted, and as a result, people affected…

Finding strength along the caregiving journey

Finding strength along the caregiving journey

Caring for a loved one with an ongoing health condition can be a time-intensive and emotional journey. And while small successes and tiny triumphs can be treasured moments, daily tasks…

Do you buckle up your kids? New research shows one in four parents don’t

Do you buckle up your kids? New research shows one in four parents don’t

Most parents know that kids are safest in a car when buckled up. But there are situations when families decide to take a risk by not buckling up their children…

Growing number of parents turn to police to report cyberbullying

Growing number of parents turn to police to report cyberbullying

As more people become aware of the harmful consequences of cyber bullying, parents are more likely to report cyber bullying incidents directly to their local police than local school officials.…

Stumped for a gift idea? Give the power to change the world

Stumped for a gift idea? Give the power to change the world

Every year, office or classroom gift exchanges, thank you tokens for service providers, and last-minute items for acquaintances that drop in unannounced leave many Americans wrestling with a burning question:…

It’s up to everyone to take action to help protect the nation’s waterways

It’s up to everyone to take action to help protect the nation’s waterways

Did you know that the average American uses 2,000 gallons of water a day – twice the global average? Water is hidden in diets, in the energy used and the…

Being a proactive patient goes a long way in the fight against breast cancer

Being a proactive patient goes a long way in the fight against breast cancer

The grim reality is that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime. But women don’t need to sit back and wait for breast cancer…

Ask the Pharmacist: Caregivers, take care

Ask the Pharmacist: Caregivers, take care

Approximately 42 million Americans provide unpaid care to an ill or disabled adult and new research shows the stress associated with this responsibility can have a negative effect on a…

Take it to the park: Get active outdoors and help your favorite park win big

Take it to the park: Get active outdoors and help your favorite park win big

Think back to your favorite memory in the park. Do visions of playing soccer with your family, riding a bike or enjoying a game of Frisbee with friends come to…

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