Yearly Archives: 2018

Keep your family safe: Get rid of unused prescription opioids

Keep your family safe: Get rid of unused prescription opioids (BPT) – Want to help keep your family and community safe? Get rid of any unused prescription opioids that may be in cabinets, drawers or anywhere else you store medicine. What are opioids? Prescription opioids are powerful, pain-reducing medicines. You can find them in pill…

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Kids and screens: Not all screen time is created equal

Kids and screens: Not all screen time is created equal (BPT) – Screen time. You’ve heard the phrase before, and if you’re a parent, you’ve probably agonized over creating a screen time policy for your family. You understandably want a policy that reflects your family values, and you also want to consider your child’s wants,…

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5 fantastic energy-boosting snacks for fitness success

5 fantastic energy-boosting snacks for fitness success (BPT) – As marathon season approaches, many people are focused on training. Building up endurance is key, but you can’t do that without the fuel your body needs. Wholesome energy-boosting snacks are essential for keeping up the pace, whether you’re focused on a 5K or full marathon. There…

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Are you a caregiver? Try these 7 resources

Are you a caregiver? Try these 7 resources (BPT) – When David Bowen’s father fell taking out the trash in 2016, it set in motion a series of health challenges the family is still battling together. Bowen, 62, hired a part-time professional caregiver to assist his father and his mother, who was battling Alzheimer’s, but…

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5 tips for busy women to take charge of their health

5 tips for busy women to take charge of their health (BPT) – If you’re an American woman today, chances are your busy lifestyle is preventing you from seeking out the regular check-ups and screenings so important to maintaining your health. And that’s true regardless of your economic status or whether you live in a…

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