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"Leave" Allergies Behind this Fall

Although many people think of spring allergens as the major sinus offenders, you may be surprised to learn that fall allergens—namely ragweed pollen, mold, dust mites, and pet dander—can be just as pervasive. However, by identifying these allergens and learning how to treat them, the sniffles and itchy eyes don’t have to dampen your fall festivities.

Fall Family Activities

It’s that magical time of year again when temperatures begin to drop and images of cozy sweaters and hot apple cider by the fire begin to dance in your head. To get in the seasonal spirit, check out these fun, family-friendly autumnal activities.

How long can you safely eat Thanksgiving leftovers?

Many people cannot wait for a day-after Thanksgiving turkey sandwich. Let your feast live on by safely storing leftovers in your refrigerator or freezer.

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!