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Pediatrician Group Offers Recommendations For Schools To Open In The Fall

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is now weighing in on what should be done to protect our children, teachers and school staff when they return to school in the fall.
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Weird Stress Symptoms

Stress has a sneaky way of affecting your live and disguising itself as something else
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Texting Program That Turns Ingredient You Have Into A Recipe

Cook Magic is a text-based recipe bot that can turn any ingredient you have at home into a delicious recipe.
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What To Know When Returning To The Office During A Pandemic

As more businesses resume operations, the likelihood of your job requiring you to return to the office becomes more of a reality.
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Stop Jogging With Your Phone In Your Hand

Out for a run, it is certainly understandable to hold your phone. It contains your music and keeps you plugged in to the world and can be a lifesaver if you find yourself in an emergency situation. However running with your phone in your hand is a really bad idea and not for the reason you'd first...
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Most Americans Not Concerned About Poor Posture

The average person spends nearly four hours of their days looking down at their smart phone but less than half of Americans are worried about what that's doing to their backs, according to a new survey. A new Orlando health survey found only 47% of Americans seemed concerned that their smart phones...
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Florida Back To School Sales Tax Holiday

The 2019 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday begins Friday, August 2, 2019, and runs through Tuesday, August 6, 2019. Many school items will be exempt from tax including: Certain school supplies selling for $15 or less per item clothing, footwear, and certain accessories selling for $60 or less per...
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Safety Group Finds The Back Seat Is No Longer The Safest Place In A Car

For decades the seat considered the least safe in a car has been the front passenger position. Known as the "death seat," car makers have spent years making this seat safer and it's been at the expense of the back seat. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) claims that back seat safety...
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Four Exercises You Need As You Get Older

: It is known to make you feel better, lose weight, increase your energy and reduce risks of chronic diseases. Yet many people simply do not exercise and that can be an issue as we age. Certain workouts can make the activities of everyday life, such as walking up and down stairs, playing with kids...
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Simple Ways To Shake Off Excessive Salt From Your Diet

Salt is found in just about every facet of food, and there is a lot of it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says the average American consumes 3,400 mg of sodium a day. That almost 50% more of the 2,300 mg that is recommended for an adult with around 71% of that salt coming from...
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