• Heart and Vascular

    Tips for a healthy heart


    You’re constantly taking care of your family, your home, your car, but what about your heart? Heart disease accounts for one in four American deaths annually, but a healthy lifestyle is your first line of protection. Check out these nine tips for a healthier heart!

  • Healthy Eating

    How to eat your vegetables (even if you don't want to)


    You've heard it you whole life: Eat your vegetables! Undoubtedly heard first from your mother and now from friends, family and your doctor, eating your vegetables is a great way to stay healthy and get the nutrients that your body needs. When trying to eat your veggies, eating them plain is the healthiest and lowest-calorie option, but many people – especially kids – don't like to eat their veggies plain.

  • Healthy Lifestyle

    Cut back on negative effects of sitting with these helpful habits


    Studies have shown that even when adults meet physical activity guidelines of 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week, sitting for long periods of time can still have adverse health effects. These effects range from a lower quality of life to increased cardiovascular disease risk to a shorter life span.

  • Healthy Lifestyle

    Car seat safety


    Research shows that the use of age- and size-appropriate safety seats is integral to reducing children's risk of serious and fatal motor vehicle injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    With so many car seat options available on the market, however, it's important for parents and guardians to tap into all resources available in order to make the best – and safest – choices for their families.

    From an outline of safety guidelines to steps on how to receive car seat recall updates, we've compiled many of those resources below:

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