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Weight Loss Willpower: 5 Tips to Reach Your Goals

Weight Loss Willpower: 5 Tips to Reach Your Goals

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(StatePoint) When you’re trying to reach your goal weight, it can sometimes feel like booby traps are around every corner: TV ads for big burgers, easy-to-grab snacks at checkout, and birthday cake after birthday cake at work. It’s time to fight back. Use these five tips from the experts at…

Best Tips to Kick Off Summer and Celebrate Dad

Best Tips to Kick Off Summer and Celebrate Dad

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(StatePoint) Father’s Day is a chance to kick off summer and celebrate Dad. Where better to gather your celebration than the grill, where family memories, traditions and delicious meals are created? Here are some ways to make your father’s grilling wishes come true. Thanking Dad If your father is like…

Cool Gift Ideas for Dads and Grads

Cool Gift Ideas for Dads and Grads

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(StatePoint) Shopping for a dad or grad and need some cool gift ideas to impress your recipient? Check out these fun options: 1. Gift that keeps on giving. For a gift that keeps on giving, consider a subscription box that will deliver to your gift recipient’s doorstep, items that meet…

Tips to Guard Against Bites and Burns This Summer

Tips to Guard Against Bites and Burns This Summer

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(StatePoint) For families — and everybody else for that matter — protecting skin should be a top summer priority. After all, there is no shortage of summer skin woes you’ll want to avoid. From protecting skin from sun to repelling disease-carrying insects, here are some top insights that will help…

Competitive Sports Can Improve Quality of Life at Any Age

Competitive Sports Can Improve Quality of Life at Any Age

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(StatePoint) Are you an older adult looking for some inspiration to stay physically active? In June, the 2019 National Senior Games presented by Humana will gather a record number of more than 13,700 athletes aged 50 and over to compete in 20 medal sports. Many assume competitors are elite or…

4 Ways to Get Fit as a Family

4 Ways to Get Fit as a Family

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(StatePoint) One of the keys to encouraging children to develop health habits early is to make fitness a priority in the home. The great news is there are a variety of ways to lead an active lifestyle that are suitable for the whole family, including kids of all ages. Let…

Food Allergy Epidemic: An Escalating Problem

Food Allergy Epidemic: An Escalating Problem

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(StatePoint) Thirty-two million Americans are now living with food allergies, according to new data published by The Journal of the American Medical Association Network Open and Pediatrics. This equates to roughly one in 10 adults and one in 13 children (or about two in every classroom). What’s more, over 50…

Is Your Data Safe? New Trends to Watch Out For

Is Your Data Safe? New Trends to Watch Out For

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(StatePoint) Keeping data secure is becoming more challenging, as the methods employed by cybercriminals grow more sophisticated every year. Globally, cyberattacks were up in 2018 over the previous year, according to a new report from SonicWall, which offers breach detection and prevention solutions to small- and medium-size businesses, enterprises and…

5 Ways Children Benefit From Creative Playtime

5 Ways Children Benefit From Creative Playtime

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(StatePoint) When kids pretend to be their favorite superhero, it may look like sheer fun at first glance, but experts say that imaginative play also benefits children in a number of substantial ways. “From building confidence and self-perception to offering children an opportunity to practice communication and language skills, pretend…

How One Volunteer is Helping End a Family Cycle of Alzheimer’s

How One Volunteer is Helping End a Family Cycle of Alzheimer’s

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(StatePoint) Jacqueline Patterson, 66, knew from a young age what Alzheimer’s looked like, but didn’t call it by its name until she started caring for her mother, Ruby, in 2008. “When I took on caregiving responsibilities for my mom, the only thing I knew was that this is just something…

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