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The little moments filled with talking and singing really add up. By the time your baby can speak their first words, they already have a basic understanding of about 70 words.
Eat your greens – broccoli is one of the most nutrient-dense foods and is low in calories.
Sensibly start a new year, new you with free health screenings – visit a club near you for dates and details.
Looking for indoor activities for the little ones? Try building forts and obstacle courses with couch cushions and sheets.
Fill your kitchen with immune boosters such as yogurt, soup, honey and garlic during the long winter months.
Fun fact: the number of twins born in the U.S. is multiplying. From 1980 to 2009 twin births rose by 76%.
Carbohydrates and fat provide energy and protein builds muscles. All three macronutrients are essential for life and well-being.
Is your New Year’s resolution to get in shape? Just remember not to overdo it right away. Seek professional help to prevent injury and reach the best results.
“If you want to do great things in life, you have to have great challenges.” – Robert Herjavec
Do you know the difference between a heart attack and angina? If experiencing chest pain, talk to your doctor immediately. It could be life or death.