(StatePoint) Twenty-nine million Americans have diabetes and more than one in three adults have prediabetes, according to recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention statistics. Unfortunately, diabetes can make the body more susceptible to other conditions, including gum disease.
(BPT) - When considering home improvements, people often picture costly, time-intensive endeavors. But enhancing and protecting your home this season can be enjoyable—and deliver plenty of bang for your buck. For easy, high-impact ways to upgrade homes, rely on distinctive Mid-America Siding Components from The Tapco Group.
(NAPSI)—Here's a look back at a charming Christmas tradition—and a tip on how to give it a new twist for today.
(NAPSI)—This elegant Swedish Ten-Minute Trifle makes a great dessert, especially for berry lovers. Sweden, home of the smorgasbord, a tempting spread of sweet and savory dishes, is a rich source of healthy, delicious, special occasion recipes for home entertaining.
(NAPSI)—Sports fans know the importance of a utility player: someone who adds a great deal of value to a team because he or she can play multiple positions well.
(NAPSI)—You can keep your home cozy during the cooler months with these tips from the Eldercare Locator:
(NAPSI)—According to a recent Ipsos survey, just 4 percent of homeowners surveyed selected heat as the household item they would miss the most during a power outage, compared to more than half (51 percent) who said they would miss their TV the most. Yes, long hours in the dark can be incredibly boring without the entertainment of a news program or favorite show, but when considering power outages during the dead of winter, a lack of entertainment may be the last thing homeowners should be concerned about.
(NAPSI)—Before the year is done, it may be wise to take stock of your life and your family’s to make sure you’ve done all you should.
(BPT) - A giant change to the daily shopping experience is taking place in the United States in the battle to fight fraud. And research shows Americans know little about it.