Autumn has arrived, bringing with it the bounty of the harvest season.
It can't get more scrumptious or simple: Fresh, clean greens. Hard-boiled eggs. Sweet corn. Diced tomatoes and your choice of veggies.
As the weather cools and you find yourself indoors, don't be so quick to tuck into those chips and other troublesome snacks.
If you want a safe summer for your family, take ample steps to protect against the winged bloodsuckers and the dangerous diseases they carry.
One out of four Americans fall every year. Use these 6 tips to help yourself (or others) avoid accidents.
With these helpful tips, you can avoid the major aches and pains suffered by scores of yard warriors every autumn.
As America's over-65 population grows, so too does the number of falls and deaths—and the associated costs, according to a CDC study.
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