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The CDC Guidelines For Thanksgiving 2020

Although it is something we don't want to hear, the CDC is recommending we celebrate Thanksgiving with just the people in your immediate household.
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Most Americans say they are skipping trick-or-treating this year

Nearly a quarter of Americans still plan on trick-or-treating this Halloween.
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CDC Revamps Medical Conditions That Make People More Vulnerable To COVID-19

While the CDC previous guidance focused on older adults, it has become obvious that people of any age can contract the virus that causes covid-19 and become seriously sick or die as a result, especially if they have other underlying health conditions.
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World Health Organization Changes Recommendation About Face Masks

Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) updated their recommendations regarding face masks.
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Wean Kids Off Of Sugary Drinks

In a major shift, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry now r ecommends all children under the age of 5 should mostly drink milk and water and not fruit juices and other sugary...
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Health Experts Revise Screen Times For Children

It's a fact of life that we're viewing electronic screens more than ever and there's a good chance we'll see more as time goes on. It's a growing concern for health professionals in particular how much time our kids are staring into video screens. A comprehensive study of 4,500 children conducted...
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Stop Overcooking Pork

As we prep the grill for the unofficial start of summer this weekend, when it comes to cooking pork, you are overcooking it because of old government data. Back when your father was grilling pork chops on the Webber, the rule was for the meat to reach an internal temperature of 160°F to make sure...
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Over A Third Of Sunscreens Tested Failed To Protect As Advertised

Last summer a report was released that found that 40% of sunscreens tested did not protect users from the sun's rays as stated on their labels , with many baby and children targeted brands failing. Now a year later there hasn't been much progress, according to Consumer Reports. The company tested...
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