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Digging Out: 5 Ways to Prepare Your Health to Shovel Snow

A person shoveling snow

Shoveling snow is strenuous exercise. Just the thought of moving hundreds of pounds of snow and slush is enough to make your legs prickle, to make your arms and shoulders burn, and to make your back tire. Shoveling snow is such strenuous exercise that, according to Harvard Medical School, an 185-pound person can expect to Read More >

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When We All Work Together, We’re Stronger Than Ever

Atop the bloom of a clover, on the same speck of dust. Lies a second small town; it exists without fuss. Those who live in this place are prepped to the nines. With emergency plans and kits of all kinds.   Take a look, for example, at their fight against flu. They cover their coughs Read More >

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Prepared Penguins: Tips for a Safe and Healthy Winter

Group Adelie penguins going to the water.

By: Kathryn Landis Don’t get caught winging it! Follow these tips for a safe and healthy winter. As the temperatures get colder, make sure you know how to stay warm. Wear warm winter clothes and plenty of extra layers, and listen for radio or television reports of travel advisories issued by the National Weather Service. Read More >

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