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Who left the lights on? [Infographic]
The “Who Left the Lights On” survey looks at electricity usage within the home, in what rooms lights are often left on and who is to blame - it's not always the children. To address this, Lutron continues to introduce light controls such as motion sensors to automatically turn on and off the lights. For more information visit ChooseLutron.com .    
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Value of medical innovation in myeloma [Infographic]
The incidence of cancer continues to increase worldwide. However, in recent years substantial progress has been made through medical innovation to help people become free from diseases such as cancer, allowing them to live longer, better and healthier lives.
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Nurses respond to growing diversity in health care
(BPT) - Since 2010, legislation outlined in the Affordable Care Act has and will continue to guide the U.S. health care system through a series of changes that will allow it to adapt to innovation, technological advances and the needs of millions of new patients. The industry is rapidly evolving to respond to unprecedent...
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Saltwater is the fastest growing trend in swimming pools
(BPT) - Pools are great fun for kids and adults and when it is hot in the summer time or you’re on vacation, there is no better way to cool off. Most pools do require a lot of work to keep clean however and there is always that chlorine smell and the burning sensation that affects the eyes and skin. For many people it is...
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Adult vaccination recommendations [Infographic]
Vaccination doesn't stop at childhood. It’s important for adults to be vaccinated too. Use this as a guide to find out which vaccines are recommended for adults by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and why. By vaccinating yourself against preventable diseases, you are less likely to contract serious illnesses and pass them on to your family. Visit Vaccines.com/WordofMom or speak with your doctor to learn how you can help protect yourself and your family.     1. Centers...
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Breastfeeding moms: Tips for long-term success
(BPT) - No one argues the benefits of breastfeeding – 77 percent of babies start out being breastfed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The problem is that six months later, only 16 percent of babies are exclusively breastfed.What’s causing the significant drop off? Both the American Academy of...
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After-school smarts: Go healthy when kids go home
(BPT) - The hours between the end of the school day and bedtime are a golden opportunity for parents to help children build healthy and safe habits that will last a lifetime. Here are some simple and free ways to incorporate messages about eating well, staying safe and avoiding injuries while kids complete homework, part...
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River cruising: An easy way to explore and experience Europe
(BPT) - Europe is a popular destination for international travelers looking to visit the world’s great capitals such as Paris, Amsterdam and Prague; to experience European culture; and to explore charming small towns. But planning a European trip can be daunting because it involves a lot of research to decide where to go...
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Breakfast is more than the first meal of the day for kids
(BPT) - Most kids don’t want us to remind them that breakfast is the most important meal of the day as they’re running out the door to get to school on time. But they might be interested in hearing that eating a balanced breakfast will make them feel better, inside and out, contributing to better grades, better performan...
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Stay safe while traveling [Infographic]
Identity thieves rarely take a vacation. In fact, they use your vacation as an opportunity to get their hands on your personal information. Follow these tips to ensure your pursuit of a little rest and relaxation stays trouble-free.    
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Can your child's after-school program lead to a STEM career?
(BPT) - Learning doesn’t only happen in a classroom. Each year, millions of American children participate in after-school and summer camp programs that mix education with a healthy dose of fun. And while there’s always room for more programs that help kids love learning, the plethora of what’s already available can be ov...
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Keep money in your pocket when it comes to college textbooks
College is an expensive endeavor, and after tuition, costs can add up quickly for room and board, textbooks and supplies, and other living expenses. Of course, there are ways to reduce costs for many of these items, and college students are adept at applying for scholarships and grants, working multiple jobs and reducing...
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