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Free summer camp resources to help your kids through quarantine (access required)

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What COVID-19 could mean for flu season (access required)

Steps taken to safeguard against COVID-19 may lead to what some are calling a “twindemic,” referring to the flu season colliding with a pandemic. Making matters worse, many families delayed childhood vaccinations out of concern over visiting health care facilities during the pandemic, which could result in potential outbreaks of measles, whooping cough and other ...

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Health emergencies and COVID-19 (access required)

Avoiding medical care because of fears of contracting COVID-19 could mean the difference between life and death. For major medical issues such as heart attack and stroke, the benefits of quickly getting care are much, much higher, said Dr. B.J. Hicks, OhioHealth vascular neurologist and co-director of the Comprehensive Stroke Program at Riverside Methodist Hospital, ...

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What if some of these COVID changes actually stick?

What if we learned some permanent lessons from the pandemic? I recently went to Target – something I’ve done far less frequently in the time of COVID-19 – and as I waited in line, I noticed an associate sanitizing the shopping carts.  And it struck me: Why couldn’t this be a regular thing? Extra sanitation ...

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Allergies in kids and adults (access required)

While many people discover their allergies as children, adults are not immune from developing them. The immune system you’re born with can change over time, so while children can grow out of allergies, adults may experience first-time allergies. “Believe it or not, yes! It is possible for adults to develop seasonal allergies when they never ...

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Target’s car seat recycling event returns Sept. 13. Here’s how to trade in a seat for a 20% discount (access required)

Target’s popular car seat trade-in event is coming back, but it’s moving to a contactless format amid the coronavirus pandemic. For two weeks – from Sept. 13 through 26 – Target stores will accept and recycle all types of car seats, including infant seats, convertible seats, car seat bases, harness or booster car seats, the retailer announced ...

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