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9 Exceptional Window Safety Tips for Families With Children

Window Safety

Observe window safety, especially when young children are in the home, say, experts.

April coincides with spring arrival when homeowners naturally want to open windows and bask in the warmer weather. Unfortunately, without appropriate precautions, open windows can bring potential hazards.

Get Five decades of Great Lakes Ice Coverage Data

Great Lakes Ice Coverage Data

Learning the major effects of ice on the Great Lakes will be crucial. Access to ice cover data is essential. Ice on the Fantastic Lakes impacts many societal benefits provided by the lakes, from hydropower generation to commercial freight to commercial and recreational fishing. Thumbwind has been tracking the 2021s Great Lakes Ice Coverage.

Certain Medicare Plans Could Offer Members Food Assistance Benefits

Medicare Food Assistance

he COVID-19 pandemic has brought a long list of unprecedented challenges, including the way it has caused food insecurity to rise. Food insecurity is defined as the lack of access to enough nutritionally adequate foods to live an active and healthy life. Fortunately, there are some benefits that can help qualifying members of Medicare Advantage Dual Eligible Special Needs Plans (D-SNP) address this issue.

4 Weight Loss Tips From a Woman Who Lost 140 Pounds

Weight Loss

At a peak weight of 285 pounds, Alexis’s health was declining, she was pre-diabetic and suffered from sleep apnea. Her doctor and loved ones were worried and she knew she had to regain control. That’s when she decided to commit to a weight-loss journey…

Vaccine Myths Combatted By Nurse Educators Fighting COVID-19

Nurse

Distribution and administration of vaccines to combat the COVID-19 virus continue to expand, but myths and misinformation about the vaccine and its safety and benefits persist. According to a recent article in the journal Health Affairs, effective vaccination requires four elements: generating demand for the vaccine, allocating the vaccine, distributing the vaccine, and verifying coverage,