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Drawing the curtains shut all winter is a surefire way to reduce light and warmth while increasing the likelihood of cabin fever. Open curtains in high-traffic living areas by day to combat cold, dreary spells with the natural light, warmth, and energy of the sun.

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Since the majority of Americans didn't have access to electric power until the 1930s, it took about 50 years for the creator of the electric Christmas string lights, Edward H. Johnson, to get his tradition started after created them in 1882.

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This is a good question because it seems like every day there’s news about the health benefits of one or the other, but you never see the two compared.

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Thirty-five states saw youth drug overdose deaths increase dramatically in the past decade, according to a new report. And in five states – Kansas, Montana, Ohio, Wisconsin and Wyoming – the overdose death rates more than quadrupled.

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Telehealth Services of ARCpoint Labs helps to improve workplace wellness. It has quickly become an important tool for medical professionals and patients across the country. This is a modern solution for the rising costs of health care. It is also helpful for those who can’t easily make it to a doctor’s office, whether it’s due to busy schedules, disabilities, or remote locations.

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Want a workplace wellness program that — well — works? There are countless ways you can create a program that sets your employees up to succeed.

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With November designated Lung Cancer Awareness Month, it is the perfect time to consider how smoking impacts your workplace.

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Are you a little weary about getting the flu shot this year? Here’s why it’s not a good idea to skip the flu shot this year — and the good news about 2015-16’s vaccine.

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Many U.S. teenagers have willingly accepted a ride from a drunk driver within the past year, a new survey reveals. Nearly one in three teens surveyed -- 30 percent -- said during the previous 12 months they had accepted a ride from someone who'd been drinking alcohol.

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It's a great time to learn the basics on breast cancer, which includes knowing the risk factors for the disease.
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