• Your Guide to Flu and Shingles Vaccines

    Check out this handy chart to determine whoo needs flu and shingles vaccines and how they can help.

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  • Winterize Your Exercise

    Sure, the weather is frightful, but don't let that stop you from getting the exercise your body needs. Add some variety to your winter workouts by trying outdoor activities, such as snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Or get your heart pumping by tossing snowballs, building a snowman, or sliding downhill on a sled.

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  • Apricot-Orange Bread

    This bread is low in all the right places— saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium—without losing any taste and texture. In fact, you could say it has great a-peel.

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  • You never outgrow your need for vaccines. Talk with your healthcare provider about which ones you should get.

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