Avoid sprains, pains, and strains in the garden

Gardening isn't necessarily a "gentle" hobby. You can burn more than 500 calories an hour doing yard work like digging dirt and moving rocks. Even mowing the lawn can burn more than 300 calories an hour, assuming it's not a riding lawnmower. And while all that activity can be great for improving your overall fitness, it also can lead to some serious muscle strain.

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4 ways to protect your personal information online

Protecting your personal information is crucial when it comes to your online presence. Unfortunately, hackers are getting creative and tricky with their approaches to obtain your personal information.

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The value of a valentine: Insuring your jewelry

With Valentine's Day around the corner, many people are searching for the perfect gift, from flowers and chocolates to diamond earrings and gold necklaces. If you decide on jewelry for your valentine, it's important to search for the perfect insurance coverage too. 

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A Super Bowl state of mind can keep your party sanitary

For sports fans, it's the definition of "the big game." For casual viewers, it's a chance to see which ads are setting the standard for comedy and creativity. But for those attending a Super Bowl party, it's a chance to tackle some indulgent treats. 

Snacking is inherently part of any viewing party, but the variety of dishes and the longevity of the game can put your guests at risk of food-borne illness. 

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7 bathroom safety tips for seniors

Bathroom safety is critical for aging seniors. According to the CDC, over 800,000 patients a year are hospitalized because of a fall injury. Many of which can be largely attributed to bathroom accidents. If one is not careful, bathrooms can pose serious, and sometimes fatal, risks. 

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