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(Family Features) You head to the doctor for a fever or a physical and to the dentist for a sore tooth or a cleaning, but what about your eye health? If words on the page seem a bit out of focus, or your night vision isn’t as sharp as it used to be, do you head to the eye doctor? You may not, but you should.
(Family Features) Celebrate the uplifting colors of spring with easy-to-make crafts that bring inspiration and creativity to the home.
(Family Features) Whether looking to advance their career, financial situation or personal life, taking the steps towards self-improvement is top of mind to many people.
(Family Features) If kicking off a life-changing fitness and nutrition program seems daunting, try taking smaller steps to make it feel more manageable.
(Family Features) Today's hectic lifestyles make it easy to neglect healthy eating habits, especially in the morning. Although breakfast is the most commonly skipped meal, it's important to get your day started right with a well-rounded helping of protein and nutrients - which you can find in the easiest of breakfasts, a bowl of cereal with one cup of skim milk.
(StatePoint) For busy moms always on the go, it’s crucial to find new ways to save time and money, while reducing daily hassles. Let these organizational tips help you stay on track:
(Family Features) With limited resources, animal shelter groups across the country work tirelessly to help animals in need find the homes they deserve.
(Family Features) Despite her career as a scrub nurse for general cancer surgeries, a personal diagnosis of cancer still came as a surprise.
(NewsUSA) - For most college students, the path to earning credit typically involves several weeks of listening to lectures, taking notes, completing assignments and passing a mid-term and final exam.