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Have a delicious baking recipe? Share it with the world

Have a delicious baking recipe? Share it with the world

Think your family’s favorite breakfast recipe is a winner? Enter it now in the 47th Pillsbury Bake-Off(R) Contest for the chance to win $ 1 million and other prizes. In…

IRS audits: 8 triggers to avoid and tips to help you survive

Ever wonder how the Internal Revenue Service selects which taxpayers to audit? Well, it isn’t always a matter of chance. There are certain factors that can make your tax return…

Accomplish your weight management goals this year

Accomplish your weight management goals this year

The new year gives everyone the perfect opportunity to start fresh. For some, it may be a time to explore a new hobby or take on a new professional challenge.…

Overactive bladder: a common condition many women struggle with privately

Imagine having a common medical condition that requires you to plan around it and causes embarrassment and daily disruptions. These repeated disruptions are common for women with overactive bladder, or…

Fun home entertainment gifts for less than $100

Fun home entertainment gifts for less than $100

What do most people want for the holidays? Technology and home entertainment gifts are highly sought after, meaning gift-givers have plenty of opportunities to get an impressive present. If you…

Howie Mandel wants you to know the facts about AFib-related stroke

Howie Mandel wants you to know the facts about AFib-related stroke

When celebrity game show host Howie Mandel was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib) not caused by a heart valve problem, he didn’t know that he was one of approximately 5.8…

The ‘preventive medicine’ to help protect financial health when you’re seriously injured, ill or unable to work

The ‘preventive medicine’ to help protect financial health when you’re seriously injured, ill or unable to work

If injury or illness left you unable to work – even for a short time – would your financial health be at risk? Fifty-nine percent of U.S. workers said their…

Online learning, career prep gain popularity for high school students

Online learning, career prep gain popularity for high school students

Two popular trends in American education are converging to support the academic and career interests of high school students nationwide: online learning and Career Technical Education (CTE) courses. Once considered…

Are you getting enough iron to stay healthy?

Are you getting enough iron to stay healthy?

Fatigue. Dizziness. Irritability. Millions in the United States are experiencing these symptoms, but few know they may be the signs of a condition called iron deficiency anemia (IDA). IDA is…

Support your bones this World Osteoporosis Day

Support your bones this World Osteoporosis Day

In the U.S., nearly half of all women older than 50 will experience an osteoporosis-related fracture. And while osteoporosis may seem like a disease that only affects people later in…

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