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MAY 2012

Tied to Technology? Tips to Keep Your Kids Active This Summer
Kids today spend lots of time in front of a screen, but too much can be unhealthy. Here’s how to set some rules and find alternative activities to help your children enjoy an active lifestyle.
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Dodge These Common Sports Injuries
Warmer weather brings renewed interest in sporting activities. Don't let your fitness goals bench you this season with an injury. By playing it safe, you can play your favorite hobbies for years to come. Using these tips will help you stay safe.
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Keep Sunglasses Stylish...and Protective
There’s nothing like a great-looking pair of sunglasses to complete your summer look—and protect your eyes. But when it comes time to shop for a new pair, things can get confusing. What should you look for?
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Heartburn Drugs Linked to Women’s Hip Fracture Risk
Heartburn medications stop your stomach from producing acid. That’s good news if you’re feeling the fire of heartburn—but a new study adds to evidence that it’s bad for your bones. Learn who’s at greatest risk, and how to protect yourself from fractures.
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Fight the Fatigue of Arthritis
Feeling drained? If so, you’re not alone. Many people with rheumatoid arthritis feel tired and sluggish. But the right balance of rest and activity can help you recharge. Read on for tips on how to stay energized.
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Take Extra Care of Diabetes During Warm Weather
Weathering the summer season can be more challenging when you have diabetes. Whether you’re spending time by the pool, at the golf course, or just playing outdoors, read on for tips on managing diabetes in warm weather.
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