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    Tips for a Happy, Healthy Holiday Season

    The holiday season is known for traditions, family gatherings and delicious, but often times, unhealthy foods. While time with family should always be enjoyed, it is important to remember that many diseases are avoidable with proper diet and exercise. Two of these – cardiovascular disease and diabetes – continue to be chronic health conditions in America. The holidays don’t change that reality for many people suffering from these conditions.

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    Well on Your Way: Staying Healthy During Flu Season

    Fall is here, winter is around the corner and the holidays and family gatherings will soon be underway. Flu season certainly isn’t invited, but it shows up anyway. The runny noses, fevers and contagious sickness can disrupt all aspects of work and life.

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  • Choosing the Right Plan for Your Needs

    As open enrollment season kicks off, many adults will start reviewing available insurance options as they prepare for 2018.

    An estimated 41 million Americans are underinsured, meaning they have health insurance but have out-of-pocket costs or deductibles that are high relative to their incomes. Choosing a plan that adequately meets your medical needs is essential to your health, especially if you, like millions of Americans, take a prescription medicine.

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    Trick or Treat?

    Welcome to the haunted kitchen! Foods that look healthy are actually hiding creepy ingredients like excess sugar and salt. Can you tell which snacks are sneaking around costumed as healthy? Even common staples might be spookier than you think. Click each card to see which food item is a trick and which is a treat!

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    Five Tips for Children Sports Safety

    For schoolchildren around the country, staying safe on and off the playing field comes down to healthy habits and smart choices.

    Even the smallest decisions – such as eating a healthy lunch – can go a long way towards helping young athletes succeed.

    Here are five tips to keep in mind when your child hits the field:

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