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(Family Features) One thing travelers living with type 1 diabetes can't leave behind: their diabetes. If you're planning a trip this summer and looking for a better way to manage your diabetes, consider these tips.

(Family Features) Keeping your skin healthy and glowing begins with protecting it from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and eating and drinking healthy foods and beverages.

(Family Features) Building meals around recipes like Broccoli and Edamame Salad or Chicken with Peanut Sauce in Lettuce Wraps, which are packed with plant-based protein, can help your family come together to refuel.

(Family Features) If you're looking for a little motivation to take on a busy day or fueling up for an adventurous weekend with the family, there's no better way to start the morning than with a filling breakfast.

(Family Features) Make sure your grill game is on fire this summer. The right prepping, seasoning and grilling techniques can help you serve your favorite foods.

(NewsUSA) - All her life, Darian Tymes has been a high-energy woman with a positive spirit and a can-do attitude. When she started losing her breath and feeling fatigued simply moving from room to …

(BPT) - Sponsored by Adaptimmune Therapeutics.Megan was 12 years old, an active student-athlete, and an enthusiastic member of her cheerleading squad when she first started experiencing what she …

Ballotpedia reports on the 50 richest and 50 poorest counties in the U.S. and their voting trends since 2016.

(NAPSI)—The heat of summer doesn’t just mean it’s time to drink more water or eat ice cream to keep cool. It also means an increase in air conditioning and energy to cool your home. The U.S. …

Chalkbeat lists the five things students can do this summer to make it easier for them as they head to college in the fall.

Chalkbeat lists the five things students can do this summer to make it easier for them as they head to college in the fall.

(NAPSI)—The heat of summer doesn’t just mean it’s time to drink more water or eat ice cream to keep cool. It also means an increase in air conditioning and energy to cool your home. The U.S. …

Reasons to be Cheerful reports that as Asian hornets sow chaos in apiaries across Europe, strategically strung electrified wires are giving beekeepers cause for hope.

The 74 reports on a new paper that uses surveys from the past 15 years to show a pronounced increase in sadness affecting 14- to 24-year-olds.

(BPT) - What’s the number one reason pet parents bring their dogs to the veterinarian? If you thought the answer was annual vaccinations or stomach issues, you might be surprised to find out …

Peerspace put together a list of five unforgettable garden parties that made headlines and shaped history, using government archives and news reports.

(BPT) - Startups are at the forefront of a revolution, harnessing the transformative power of generative artificial intelligence (AI) to drive innovation like never before. Whether creating images, …

(BPT) - This month, all eyes are on Paris as the world tunes in to watch the top athletes fight for gold. Among those competing on behalf of the United States is an elite group who have chosen to …

(BPT) - Are you one of the many Americans who has benefited from losing weight quickly due to GLP-1 medications? If so, you're probably feeling grateful for the improved health and appearance these …

Giant Freakin Robot reports that Netflix is phasing out its cheapest ad-free subscription tier for existing subscribers and asking them to choose a new plan to stay tuned into the world's largest streamer.

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