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5 Healthy Candies To Give Out On Halloween
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If children come to your retirement community to trick-or-treat, you're probably planning to buy some candy before Halloween. However, most of the options you'll find at the grocery store are loaded with added sugar, artificial dyes and preservatives …

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Healthy, spooky snack options for Halloween
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How do you offer children a healthy treat without them thinking it is a trick? The answer is to make healthful food fun. Halloween is the most wickedly enjoyable holiday of the year, anyway, so kids will devour good-for-you snacks when they are …

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Q&A: Will Congress Save Health Insurance Program for Low-Income Kids?
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Ed. Note: Unless Congress acts, federal funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which matches state dollars to provide health coverage for children under 19 in low-income families, will end next year. Ed Walz is vice president of …

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United for healthier kids advocacy launched
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Nestlé Philippines, in partnership with the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology, ABS-CBN, and Facebook has launched a movement called United for Healthier Kids (U4HK) to help address the serious …

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6 tricks to manage Halloween treats
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In addition to being packed with protein, nuts provide healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. One of the most popular nuts for kids is in-shell pistachios— they love the taste, crunch and cracking them open. Wonderful Pistachios offer snack packs …

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Hartlepool man's payback to heart charity after 20 operations
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Michael says he cannot really complain about his present health but is suffering from a few chest pains every now and then, which suggests he is potentially getting close to needing another valve replacement as the artificial one he currently has is …

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Ebola cases hit 10000 mark
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The number of people infected in the outbreak of Ebola has risen above 10,000, with the mortality rate now approaching 50%. The World Health Organisation said on Saturday that the death toll had risen to 4,922 out of 10,141 known cases globally in …

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