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Running 5 Minutes A Day Might Add Years To Your Life

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According to a new study, just five minutes of running or jogging a day could add years to your life. Video provided by Newsy


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TheStreet (May 9, 2014) — Millennial moms are less likely to be covered by life insurance than millennial fathers. A Life Ant survey found that eighteen percent of new mothers under 30 years old have life insurance coverage compared to 35% of fathers their age even though millennials pay the least amount for coverage. A 30-year-old can buy term life insurance for less than twenty dollars a month. But the younger the mother, the less likely she is to be insured -- only 38% of moms between 30 and 45 are insured. Video provided by TheStreet
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Oatmeal Healthy Recipes and Benefits

Oatmeal Healthy Recipes and Benefits

Buzz60 (Oct. 29, 2014) — Oatmeal is a fantastic way to start your day. Whichever way you prepare them, oats provide your body with many health benefits. In celebration of National Oatmeal Day, Krystin Goodwin (@krystingoodwin) has a few recipe ideas, and tips on how to kickstart your day with this wholesome snack! Video provided by Buzz60
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Smoking and Obesity Are Not as Dangerous as Loneliness

Smoking and Obesity Are Not as Dangerous as Loneliness

FORA.tv (Oct. 31, 2013) — Smoking and Obesity Are Not as Dangerous as Loneliness The 3 Percent Conference - The Intercontinental Hotel Your creativity is your currency - and needs to be replenished. Yet so many creatives routinely operate on a sleep deficit and a stress surplus. What toll do these behaviors take on your life and your livelihood and how can you sneak in (and reap the benefits of) more movement, downtime and friendship? Find out before you burn out.Shasta Nelson, Author, "Friendships Don't Just Happen"Yvonne Tally, Owner, POISED Fitness & LifestyleDr. Romie Mushtaq, Neurologist + Mind/Body Medicine Physician Moderator: Julie Vessel, Group Account Director, Mono
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How to Ensure Your Premature Baby Has an Emotionally Healthy Life

How to Ensure Your Premature Baby Has an Emotionally Healthy Life

Howdini (Oct. 8, 2013) — Your first instinct in caring for a tiny preemie might be to be overprotective but that may not be what's best for your growing child. Dr. Bernadette Melnyk describes how parents can ensure their premature baby has an emotionally healthy life.
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