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4 Tips for Managing Black Friday

Black Friday can be a great time to do your holiday shopping. Unfortunately, this means braving the crowds! These tips will help you get the most out of your Black Friday shopping excursion.

Traveling with Diabetes During the Holidays

The holidays are a time for family and thankfulness. Unfortunately, for the almost 29 million Americans with diabetes, holiday travel may bring concerns about meals and diabetic supplies. However, by planning ahead, everyone can have an enjoyable, stress-free holiday season!

Healthier Holiday Swaps

Thanksgiving is a time to count our blessings and indulge in some good old-fashioned comfort food. It’s one of the few times during the year when many people don’t think twice about going for second helpings of homemade mashed potatoes and turkey. These indulgences, while delicious, can temporarily derail your healthy eating habits. However, a few healthy Thanksgiving “swaps” will help you enjoy your favorite holiday foods while keeping your healthy habits going strong.

Whats The Buzz

While you may be lugging those seasonal decorations out of the attic, you’re not the only one preparing for the cold weather. Fall is an important season for animals getting ready for winter, and that includes bees and other stinging insects. Check out our blog post to learn more on what to do about insect stings:

7 Ways to Stay Active During the Fall Season

Summer has come to a close and the warm weather is fading. While you might not be able to do your favorite summer activities during fall, these tips can help you stay active during the colder season. Include the family and encourage them to stay fit this fall!