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Holiday Blues are Real, But Here’s How to Beat Them

It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but, for many Americans, the holiday season is the most hectic, most stressful, and most demanding. While images of love and joy fill TV screens, magazine pages, and Facebook updates, for many, the reality of the holidays isn’t so cheerful. Between stressful end-of-year deadlines,…

Don’t Forget Toy Safety When Christmas Shopping

December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month! As an adult, you might not often think about the possible pain a toy can cause…well, unless you’ve ever stepped on a Lego in the middle of the night! For the 10 and under group, toys are a hugely important part of their lives—they play with them at…

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year…For a Flu Shot

National Influenza Vaccination Week is December 3-9 “For people at high risk, getting the flu can be far more serious than for other people,” says Dr. Matthew CiRullo, family medicine physician. “Flu is more likely to lead to hospitalization or death for people in the high-risk groups, and their first line of defense is vaccination.”…

Getting Your Diet Back on Track After Thanksgiving

We’re in the post-Thanksgiving phase, but holiday parties, office gatherings, and Christmas day meals loom large in the coming weeks. Let’s look at how we can battle back to normal eating habits. Last week we warned you about the nearly 4,500 calories the average American consumes on Thanksgiving. It’s a scary number, and we provided…