Upward Dog Can Bring Down High Blood Pressure

One of the most common health conditions in the U.S. is hypertension. Nearly 50% of adults have hypertension, or high blood pressure, yet many don’t even know they have it. But just because high blood pressure is so common doesn’t mean...

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The Biggest Retirement Challenge That No One Talks About

Retirement means different things to different people. A recent study asked retirees over the age of 60, “What is your single biggest challenge in retirement?” Money, of course, remains a concern. But surprisingly, the list’s top...

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Make Do – Deliciously Fast and Easy Substitutes In the Kitchen

We’ve all been there: apron on and ready to cook, only to realize we’re out of a crucial ingredient. With these clever swaps for five common flavor builders, you can save yourself the grocery dash. Unless otherwise noted, use an equal...

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Can You Continue Receiving Benefits if the Policy Owner Dies? Your Association Makes It Easy

If you’ve lost your spouse and had insurance through them, you don’t need to be uninsured now. There isn’t a more difficult time than when your loved one dies. The emotional toll of losing your spouse is enough, but frequently...

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