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Raise your hand: 3 questions every investor should ask

Here are three questions every person who invests should ask to determine how involved they are with their investments and if they’re getting the level of engagement they want from their current investment professional.

Overcoming the top 5 challenges of being retirement ready in 3 simple steps

It’s no secret that Americans aren’t saving enough for retirement. Many people are coming up short when it comes to funding their nest egg. But why is the problem so wide-spread? Insight can be found in the human behaviors that tend to get in the way of saving adequately. Now is the perfect time to learn more about the most common hurdles of retirement savings.

Protect your home against hidden dangers

A broken sewer pipe is no small nuisance. A homeowner may be faced with system backups, foul odor, property damage, and sometimes even health hazards. Review your home insurance plans and take extra measures to prevent one of these disasters from hitting your home.

Find classic style in carriage house garage doors

The carriage house garage door is to your house what the little black dress and strand of pearls are to your wardrobe: classic style elements that never go out of fashion. Here’s what you need to know about carriage houses and how they can be a great addition to a home.

Living with diabetes and maintaining healthy vision

Diabetes is now the leading cause of new cases of blindness among adults aged 20-74 years, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). Maintaining healthy blood vessels is essential for preserving healthy vision, especially those located in the retina in the back of the eye that are particularly susceptible to damage. The need to preserve blood vessel health is supported by the projected rise of diabetes in the U.S. population.

Fall allergies or falling prey to chronic asthma or COPD?

Twenty-two million Americans, many of whom are children, suffer from the frightening acute attacks and long-term disabilities of chronic asthma. Millions more adults face the increasing burdens and life-altering effects of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes both emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Managing these conditions effectively means truly understanding when and how to use the necessary medications.

From tots to teens: Inspiring kids in the kitchen

When it comes to making healthy meals and nutritious snacks, mom and dad typically take the lead in the kitchen. But as peak entertaining season gets underway, the additional cooking and baking can keep parents extra busy. Before you let party prep stress you out, remember that this can be a great time to let your children take part in important holiday traditions and learn a lot about cooking and healthy eating, too.

Adding in, not just cutting out, is key to better eating habits

When you think of eating right, does your mind immediately turn to what you should cut out of your diet? The list of things you might consider giving up can be long and daunting. As important as it might be to cut out some foods, don’t overlook the importance of the things you should add in, such as quality ingredients, appealing flavors and textures, and satisfying portions.

How to host the best game-watching party

The days are getting cooler, the leaves are starting to change colors and team banners are starting to appear on front porches everywhere. It can only mean one thing – football season is back. With it comes more than 32 million fantasy football players and a whole lot of weekend game-watching festivities.

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