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Tips to Help Athletes Avoid Commonly Spread Infections

Infections can be minimized and avoided altogether if you take preventative action before problems start or get out of hand. One infection that often affects athletes is methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Athletes wind up with MRSA more often than non-athletes because they routinely have skin-to-skin contact with each other and get cuts and abrasions that […]

Tips for Avoiding Volleyball Injuries

Volleyball players are at a high risk for injury due to their quick movements and potential for awkward landings. One area of a player’s body that can really suffer from the game is the knees. While strengthening the knees and stretching prior to playing can have a positive impact on the amount of injuries incurred, […]


Spaghetti Squash – A Healthy Alternative To Pasta

For many people, eating healthy can prove to be challenging. This is especially true for pasta lovers, who may be in search of more health-conscious substitutions for their favorite dishes. To this end, spaghetti squash can be an ideal alternative when used in traditional pasta preparations. The following information will help virtually everyone incorporate this […]


The Perfect App for the Vegan Home Cook

The vegan lifestyle seems to turn many people off. All the restrictions tend to make the diet a hard one to keep up with, but the astounding health benefits of veganism is definitely worth the trouble. However, something that does tend to pose as an issue for vegans now is variety in their meal plans. […]


Have a Plan Before You Have the Talk

When you begin to notice that your parent or parents have reached a point in their life when they need some in-home assistance, you may find yourself dreading the discussion that follows this realization. As with many situations in life, it is best to have a plan before jumping into a discussion that involves a […]

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