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Staying Healthy During Flu & Coronavirus Season

Fall and winter bring changing leaves, snow flurries and, of course, seasonal viruses. It’s normal for children to get sick, but the risk of COVID-19 adds extra anxiety this time

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How Lack of Sleep Causes Cravings — and How to Deal With It

We’ve all been there…

You have a cruddy night of sleep and the whole next day, you want to eat ALL the food…and for some reason, you never actually feel

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#CLEMAMA: Make Time for a Workout

Baby steps still move us forward” is one of my favorite quotes. I think of it a lot because I usually like things to move fast. I’m not

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Positivity During the Pandemic: How Music can Help us Begin to Heal

I just finished watching “Bill and Ted Face the Music.” It is not a great movie, but for a proud member of Generation X like me, it was a fun

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Going Gluten-Free: Living With a Celiac Disease Diagnosis

While gluten sensitivities do exist, celiac disease is different in that it is a lifelong, genetic autoimmune disease triggered in certain individuals by eating gluten. If left untreated, it can severely damage parts of the small intestine. The only way to combat celiac’s effect is by adhering to a strict gluten-free diet for life. We share tips and resources. ...
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Finding Support for High-Risk Families During COVID-19

Despite recovering from cancer, Noah Lifka, 9, is still in the high-risk category. His family shares how others can help families like theirs during the pandemic. read more

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How to Avoid Mask-Related Acne

Wearing a mask is our new normal, but as we cover our mouths and noses to stop COVID-19, some of us are uncovering a new problem — “maskne,” or mask-related acne. Learn expert tips for how to prevent this condition. ...
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Stroller-Friendly Walks in Northeast Ohio

Fall in Northeast Ohio brings a wonderful change of scenery, including cooler days, crisp nights and an array of colorful foliage. It also brings the last stretch of mild weather

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The Connection Between Social Media and Your Fitness Self-Esteem

Have you ever scrolled through social media and felt WORSE afterward?

Research shows that too much social media can damage your self-esteem. Especially if you find that you’re comparing yourself

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Back to School: Managing Allergies and Asthma during COVID-19

Whether your child is heading back to school or learning remotely this fall, you’ll want to make sure allergies and asthma are under control so they can concentrate on their

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