Get Healthy This Spring! 3 Tips for Better Meals

Get Healthy This Spring! 3 Tips for Better Meals

The spring season is a time for refresh, resetting and let in the new possibilities. It’s also the perfect time to clean up our spaces and clear clutter. In a literal sense that means sorting old clothes, tossing and donating what you no longer use. But clearing our mental space and starting fresh with our […]

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Tips for Staying Healthy at the Office

Tips for Staying Healthy at the Office

Staying in shape and taking care of physical health when you have to spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week sitting at a desk in front of a computer may seem impossible. While it’s the reality for most people who work in an office setting, and not the most optimal situation for health, […]

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How to Choose the Right Athletic Shoes

Many people enjoy working out at the gym or participating in sports. While exercising has clear health benefits, it can also lead to injuries if the wrong shoes are worn. Your needs will vary depending on the type of sport you are doing, and you may need different shoes for different activities that you do […]

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Many Common Foods Can Cause Dangerous Interactions with Medications

Most people know that certain medications should not be used together or that many medications can be dangerous if combined with alcohol. People are often unaware, however, that some common foods can cause dangerous interactions with certain medications. These are some of the most common potentially serious food/medicine interactions to avoid. Avoi...

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How to Protect Your Eyes and Keep Them Healthy

When it comes to your health, your eyes are two of the most important parts of your body. Your eyes can become damaged by accidents, injuries, or illness. Fortunately, many of these problems can be prevented. Here are some facts about eye health and tips on how to protect your eyes. Common Eye Problems Dry […]

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Many Businesses Require Flu Shots to Protect Employees

Fall is coming, and that means the start of flu season. Every year, millions of Americans contract the flu. That can lead to several days of illness, missed time from work or school, and costs for visits to doctors and sometimes stays in the hospital. The flu can be life-threatening to young children, senior citizens, […]

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How to Protect Your Family from Dog Bites

Every year, millions of people are bitten by dogs. Over half of the victims are children. Most dogs are friendly if they are properly trained and exposed to people, but some may become aggressive if they are startled or frightened. Even a mild-mannered dog that is used to people can bite if it feels threatened. […]

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Create a Plan and Gather Supplies to Prepare for Severe Weather

Severe weather such as a hurricane, tornado, or blizzard can strike at any time of the year. Sometimes a storm is forecast days in advance and people have time to prepare, and at other times severe weather occurs without warning or is more serious than meteorologists predicted. If a severe storm strikes your area, you […]

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How to Protect Yourself and Others from Heat Stress

The weather is turning warmer in Connecticut, and soon summer will be here. Summer is an excellent time for trips to the beach, backyard barbecues, and outdoor adventures. It is also a time when people in some fields, such as construction and landscaping, spend all day working outdoors. Exposure to the heat can lead to […]

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