Security & Preparedness November 7, 2019

Mass Attacks: Warning Signs to Watch For

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Mass attacks have changed how Americans live. Public places that were once safe are now potentially dangerous spaces. From shopping malls to workplaces, Americans can no longer step into a crowded area without nervously suppressing the thought of ...

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Military Life November 5, 2019

10 Tips to Help Veterans Fight the Flu at Home

Erika S., Editor in Chief

If your family member gets the flu, there are things you can do to help him or her fight the flu and feel better. These tips can also help keep others in the family from getting the flu. Fight the Flu 101 1. First, your Veteran needs to stay hom...

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Health & Wellness, Military Life October 30, 2019

Simple Self-Care Strategies for Caregiver Success

Erika S., Editor in Chief

Being a caregiver may be one of the most important roles you will ever take on in your life.  It is not an easy role, and most of us are never prepared for it. Take the steps to make sure you and your care recipient are both living the best lives ...

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Health & Wellness, Home Life October 24, 2019

The Flu and Seniors

Zena L., Editor

Flu season is fast approaching. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) define flu season as occurring (generally) between October and May with peak activity between December and February. The flu and seniors is an important thing to ...

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Home Life, Security & Preparedness October 22, 2019

Seniors Getting Scammed: Help Stop the Threat

Heather M., Editor

In your community, are seniors getting scammed? Many seniors grew up in an era when there was more trust between people, so they may be less suspicious of scammers. They are often more inclined to believe that what they see online is true, or that...

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Education October 17, 2019

Safe Social Media Use: What Teachers Can Do

Amanda S., Editor

When a child or teen runs into a problem, they generally turn to a close adult for guidance. Sometimes that's a parent, caregiver or other family member, and sometimes it's a trusted teacher. As a teacher, you have a hand in molding today's youth....

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Home Life October 15, 2019

See the Signs on Social Media & Help Prevent Suicide by Veterans

Erika S., Editor in Chief

An average of 20 Veterans die by suicide each day. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) urges communities to come together and take action to prevent suicide by Veterans. Suicide Risk Among Veterans VA is working to reduce suicide rates among...

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Military Life, Security & Preparedness October 10, 2019

Stay Safe in Extremely Cold Weather

Zena L., Editor

Military personnel often find themselves in new locations, and that can present unfamiliar weather challenges. If you have recently relocated to a cooler climate, learn how to prepare and stay safe in extremely cold weather. Extremely Cold Weathe...

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Health & Wellness October 8, 2019

How to Spot Breast Cancer Warning Signs and Reduce Your Risk

Clarissa S., Editor

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the U.S., and about one in eight women will have it at some point in their lifetime. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an opportunity to learn more about breast cancer,...

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Military Life September 26, 2019

How TAPS Can Help after the Death of a Service Member

Erika S., Editor in Chief

The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) is America’s support group for those whose lives have been changed by the death of a loved one serving in the Armed Forces. Learn how TAPS can connect survivors to the resources they need. If ...

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