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DEC
01

Christian Recording Artist & Speaker Tammy Trent Joins Talk Show LIFE Today as New Co-Host

Nashville, TN: Popular Christian recording artist Tammy Trent has been ministering to audiences worldwide through her music since signing her first record deal in 1995. Starting in December 2022, television audiences will see more of Tammy as she becomes the new co-host of the daily Christian TV show LIFE Today alongside the current hosts James and Betty Robison and their son co-host Randy Robison.

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DEC
01

Why Your Blood Type Should be the Map to Your Diet: Types AB, B, O, & A 

The blood type diet is when you eat according to your blood type to decrease the risk of chronic illness and improve overall health. There are four blood types — AB, B, O, and A. Each has a specific diet to follow to promote digestion, weight loss, and increased energy.

Here is why your blood type should be the map to your diet and food suggestions to follow. Learn about how to eat right for your blood type.

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OCT
24

Feeling Unmotivated? 3 Tips to Start Living Your Best Life

Everyone has goals for themselves. You might want to achieve a specific job, start a family or become a version of yourself that you’d prefer. The only challenge is that somewhere along the way, you lost the motivation that made you desire those goals in the first place.

If you’re feeling unmotivated in life, you’re not alone. Anyone can use these tips to start living their best life and maintain the ambition they’ll need to reach their goals. Think about what would most improve your life to transform your sense of drive — starting today.

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OCT
09

5 Exercise Ideas for Bonding with the Entire Family

With the evolution of technological advances came a sharp increase in physical inactivity as tech became more accessible. The prevalence of overweight and obesity in the US has increased to almost 80%. People are at higher risk of developing chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease without proper action. People should invite their loved ones to physically engage in combating these issues. Although exercise may seem boring, you can do plenty of activities as a group to have fun.

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OCT
03

How to Plan for a Fun-Filled Road Trip With Your Children

The family road trip — a classic bonding experience feared by so many parents has become a comedy staple. Think “National Lampoon’s Vacation” and “RV.” However, it’s highly unlikely your own adventure will turn into a disaster of cinematic proportions. 

With the right mindset and preparations, you can create a fun family vacation you and your kids will enjoy. The planning stage is often the biggest hurdle for parents, so here are some pointers to help you get started on a kid-friendly road trip.

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SEP
21

Small Airway Disease (SAD): What Is It and What Are the Symptoms?

Lung-related diseases are more prevalent in public conversations after the recent COVID-19 pandemic. People want to know how to prevent respiratory issues and the most common conditions. Small airway disease (SAD) is an ailment not many know about, but it affects people globally each year

Here’s what small airway disease is, what causes it and what symptoms are most common for patients with a diagnosis.

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SEP
19

Health and Fitness Guide For Busy People

Whether your work schedule is returning to 'normal' after the pandemic or you want to make a concerted effort to adopt and maintain healthier habits, it can be challenging to keep up with health and fitness when you are a busy person. It doesn't have to be, though. With some determination, time management, and a good frame of mind, you can fit health and fitness at any age into your day-to-day life. Here's how.

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SEP
14

How to Have Conversations With People Who You Don’t Have Much in Common With at Work

Few things bring a feeling of dread to your belly more than the invitation to the annual work holiday mixer when you’re an introvert or struggling with social anxiety. You must associate with people with whom your relationship is typically defined by office rules and make small talk. Lots of small talk. It’s enough to make you want to call in sick that day and pull the covers over your head.

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SEP
12

3 Pieces of Fitness Equipment You Can Buy That Are Good for Your Mental Health

Everyone knows that working out and staying in shape is good for physical health. It helps to manage weight, reduces the risk of heart disease, and makes for solid muscles and bones. But did you know that exercising is also good for your mental health?

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SEP
04

How to Get Excited About Working Out On a Rainy Day

Working out in picture-perfect weather is challenging enough, but it’s a different type of challenge when rain gets thrown into the mix. The rain physically and figuratively beats down on you, making every task more difficult and less enjoyable. If you need some extra motivation, here are seven ways to get excited about working out in the rain.

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AUG
29

3 Ways Running Boosts Your Happiness and Confidence

Running is Healing

It’s common knowledge that running improves your health and fitness, but what about its effects on your mental state? Why does running feel so good when it’s supposed to be a grueling physical challenge? Is there a positive connection between running and depression, anxiety and other forms of stress?

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AUG
22

Why Dental Care Is Essential for High Productivity

Photo by George Becker

Productivity is a trait everyone hopes to possess. People can challenge themselves to improve their productivity levels, but without changing something in their routine, big or small, it's often impossible to improve their skills.

One of the benefits of good oral hygiene is that you can have increased productivity. You may not think that productivity can come from practicing preventive dental care, but small things add up. You may notice that your life has improved as a whole, all thanks to taking care of your teeth.

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AUG
11

Why Owning Your Individuality Will Put You on the Fast Track to Discovering Your True Passion

Do you sometimes feel like your life is an endless charade of going through the motions? You wake up, feed the kids and get them off to school, go about your work duties, come home, cook dinner, do homework, and go to bed. Lather, rinse, repeat.

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JUL
31

How to Create a Monthly Budget for Your Sports Expenses

How to Create a Monthly Budget for Your Sports Expenses

Physical fitness is a quality people like yourself value. Staying in shape has benefits, such as a boost to mental health and a reduced risk of diseases. It can be a financial struggle for some people, though. Getting the exercise you desire can be done inexpensively. Here are nine ways to build a sports budget that won’t break the bank.

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JUL
25

Can Sleep Apnea Be Cured? 5 Things You Should Know About Disruptive Snoring

Sleep Apnea Symptoms and Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep apnea only occurs when someone is asleep, but that doesn't mean it has no consequences when they're awake. Many people may not even know they have the condition, but the symptoms are difficult to ignore. This condition goes beyond just snoring and could be more detrimental than you think.

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