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Health & Wellness January 18, 2018

This New Year, Flex Your Resolution Muscles and Celebrate Motivation!

Christina D., Senior Editor

What do the winter holidays mean for you? Joy and celebration? Indulgence and comfort? Family gatherings and home cooking? For some, the holiday season tests their self-control and delivers temptation at every turn. Many people overeat, drink e...

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Education January 16, 2018

Protect Your Students: Develop Strategies to Increase Campus Safety for a Healthy College Experience

Julia S., Editor

All students deserve to be and feel safe at school. It is our job to do everything in our power to ensure that is the case. To do so, we need to understand our current campus safety landscape and take the appropriate measures to prevent violence –...

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Home Life January 11, 2018

New Year, New Budget! 6 Tips for Spending Less & Saving More

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Ah, the New Year. A time to hope, dream and start fresh… with a new personal budget. As many recover from holiday (over)spending, and distant memories of shredding colored wrapping and gluttonous dinners fill the air, New Year’s resolutions about ...

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Health & Wellness January 9, 2018

A New Year, Another Broken New Year's Resolution? This Year, Give Yourself a Break and Try These Tips Instead

Katherine E., Editor

It’s that time of year again – the holidays have come and gone, the new year is upon us, and after the excess and indulgence of the festive season, we’re all in need of a health boost. Every January, about 40% of Americans make New Year’s resoluti...

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Health & Wellness December 21, 2017

Here's the Skinny: It Isn't Too Late to Get in Shape

Katherine E., Editor

There's no shortage of advice on nutrition, fitness and healthy living out there. With so many diet fads, health gurus, fitness regimes and wellness practices, it’s difficult for people to know what is right for them, those they love and their com...

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Home Life December 20, 2017

Ring in the New Year Right: 5 Key Steps to Becoming Debt-Free and Achieving Financial Freedom in 2018

Julia S., Editor

December is a great time for self-reflection. Many take this time to follow up with the New Year's resolutions they had made the year before, asking themselves if they accomplished what they had set their minds to. Getting out of debt is a reso...

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Health & Wellness December 14, 2017

Kick the Habit: 6 Steps to Quit Smoking and Live a Tobacco-Free Life

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Smoking stinks. Everyone knows this. It’s bad for every organ in the body and is the leading cause of lung cancer. Yet, tobacco use in the U.S. is still responsible for 480,000 deaths each year. In fact, smokers die about 10 years earlier than non...

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Health & Wellness December 12, 2017

Promoting Healthy Living Pays Off: Help Your Employees or Community Focus on Nutrition and Fitness

Heather M., Editor

With the holiday season upon us, it's a good time for people to think about their New Year's resolutions and start getting back in shape. Business and community leaders, take note: This is the perfect time of year to promote well-being. Help th...

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Health & Wellness December 8, 2017

‘Tis the Season to Be Feverish, Tired and Stuffed Up: Tips to Help Your Community Fight the Flu This Winter

Erika S., Editor in Chief

No matter how much you might dislike spring cleaning, mowing the lawn, raking leaves or shoveling snow, of all the seasons – flu season has to be your least favorite. CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in p...

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Health & Wellness December 5, 2017

Threats and Outbreaks: Preventing the Spread of Emerging Infectious Diseases for a Healthier Community

Julia S., Editor

Your community knows how to avoid the common cold – after all, being around someone who is congested is a great incentive to wash your hands often and be more careful. But are the people in your community aware of how to protect themselves against...

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