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Nine Conditions That Severely Affect Coronavirus

By now, we know that COVID-19 affects people differently. Pregnant women, newborns, the elderly, and individuals with preexisting health conditions are particularly vulnerable. Given the drastic steps taken by President Trump and multiple governors this…

The One Thing You Need to Do to…

The IRS is issuing a new warning to all accountants and taxpayers about data theft. Fortunately, there is an easy step you can take to overcome it. (Forbes) But the IRS does have a solution…

The Key to Stopping Every Bad Habit

The author of The Power of Habit has told CNBC in an exclusive interview that there is one key to overcome bad behaviors. Instead of thinking that breaking habits requires a mountain of willpower, author…

Apps Every Baby Boomer Should Have

Since their debut a decade ago, smartphones have revolutionized how we live our lives. Today, a seemingly infinite array of apps can help us be more practical, healthy, and mindful. Here's a list of ten…

You Should Get This Much Sleep. What Happens…

We're all supposed to get roughly eight hours of sleep per night, but the realities of everyday life tend to interrupt that ideal schedule. The Chicago Tribune reports: Whether it's stress, a busy lifestyle, or…

Still Exercising? Your Brain Thanks You

Staying active is proven to reduce cognitive decline. Still, most of us don't get nearly enough exercise. And when asked why, the excuses are seemingly endless. Almost one-quarter of Americans claim they're satisfied with being…

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Keep Arthritis At Bay

Osteoarthritis, the most common type of Arthritis in America, affects 31 million people in the United States annually. Fortunately, there are tried and true methods to alleviate its symptoms. (U.S. News & World Report) As…

Why Homeschooling is on the Rise

The number of parents homeschooling their kids has exploded in recent years with the rising threats of left-wing social engineering and mass shootings. The Valentine's Day 2018 massacre in Parkland, Florida, was the proverbial straw…