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Fun fact: hiccups in babies are actually a good thing - it's an indication that the baby is well-fed.
When holiday leftovers are stacking up simply line a casserole dish with meat, vegetable and potato leftovers to create a holiday-themed Shepherd's Pie.
Don't let your hard-earned money go through the roof! Have your furnace serviced each year by a heating professional to be sure it's working properly.
Did you know: babies cannot taste salt until they reach about five months of age?
Watch out for the extra holiday calories - It's easy to consume an extra 100 calories each day with 36 days of holiday.
"I realized early on that when things go wrong, it's important not to give up." - Danielle Green
In addition to getting the flu vaccine, take everyday preventative actions like washing your hands and staying away from those that are sick.
Eat more canned pumpkin this season! Canned pumpkin has significantly higher levels of fiber and Vitamin A than fresh pumpkin - the secret is in the concentration levels as a result of the canning process.
Try lifting weights for 20 minutes after an important meeting or class lecture. A 2014 Georgia Institute of Technology study found that episodic memory is enhanced by a short burst of resistance exercise.
As a caregiver, remember that you are most helpful to your loved one when you are in good health and spirits - Don't forget to take care of yourself too!