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Exercise, stress relief and restorative time in nature are just some of the benefits of an outdoor adventure. But winter adds extra challenges, so prepare before you head out.
If the busyness of your schedule has left you wondering if you can tackle New Year's resolutions, don't worry. Consider these feel-good elements of motivation.
Whether you're starting a new exercise program, trying to eat healthier or find some time for yourself, setting SMART goals positions you for success.
For many people, this time of year brings hopes of beautiful moments with family and friends. For some, it also may be the start of the "season of stress." Get tips to set realistic expectations.
Studies show that feeling grateful improves health, but the brain is designed to problem-solve rather than appreciate. Learn how to reap the benefits of gratitude with a daily activity.
The holidays are magical time of the year. Make sure your children or young guests are kept safe with these helpful tips.
Protect yourself and others by properly disposing of sharps in and away from home. It's easy to do with some planning. Here are tips to get you on the right path.
Puberty is natural, and parents have no reason to fear it for their children. Get practical tips for discussing this exciting phase with kids and preparing them for the changes ahead.
Goblins and ghosts and candy, oh my! Halloween fun starts with a great costume. Follow five simple safety tips to avoid a costume catastrophe.
When your child has an ear infection, it's common to think an antibiotic is necessary. Learn why that may not always be the case and how you can treat it at home.
Now more than ever, it's important to schedule flu vaccinations for your entire family. You can help prepare your children for getting a shot with these tips.
Trips — long or short — can induce carsickness at any age. These simple tips can help prevent or relieve feeling dizzy or nauseous.