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Kickstart a Healthier Lifestyle

01/20/2018 ● By Family Features

This time of year, millions of Americans are making resolutions to lose weight.

New Effort Aims to Bolster Music Venues

01/15/2018 ● By Family Features

As you nod along to a catchy tune over dinner or drinks with friends, you might not even think about the live music you’re enjoying.

New Baby? New Tech Can Make a Big Difference

01/11/2018 ● By Family Features

Welcoming a new baby to the family brings with it excitement, challenges and a lot of love. It is also a lot of work.

Assistive Technology

01/08/2018 ● By Family Features

Most Americans want to stay in their homes as they age. Not a bad plan, but what if your home doesn’t fit you as well as it once did?

6 Ways to Fight the Flu

01/08/2018 ● By Sandy Kauten

Start the year off healthy and be sure to rid your home of lingering germs that may be hiding in places you don’t expect.

Resolve to Improve Your Financial Life

01/08/2018 ● By Family Features

Counting calories isn't the only way you can resolve to bring about positive change in your life during the new year. If you're like many Americans, it may be a good time to start counting your way toward better financial health.

Find Your Influence Style this Year

01/08/2018 ● By Family Features

The ability to influence those around you is a key leadership skill.

Set Practical Parenting Goals for the New Year

01/01/2018 ● By Family Features

As another year rolls around, if you're like many parents, you plan to make resolutions hoping to instill better habits and overcome lingering challenges. The good news is your family goals don't have to be lofty resolutions. Rather approach them as healthy lifestyle improvements, like curbing screen time or finding ways to entice your picky eater.

Tips for Winter Wellness

01/01/2018 ● By Family Features

When cold winds blow, it’s essential to take extra steps to protect your health.

5 Tips to Have Fun and Enhance Learning

01/01/2018 ● By Family Features

According to the United States Department of Commerce, 65 percent of jobs for kids today don’t exist yet, which is why it’s important for them to explore the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), as those occupations are growing at a rate of 17 percent.