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    Being with family during the holidays may be a joyful experience, but it can also dredge up feelings of guilt, grief, anxiety, or resentment. Follow these tips to put those negative feelings at bay and make the most of the togetherness.

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    Acting fast at the first sign of heart attack symptoms can save lives and limit heart damage. But heart attack symptoms vary. People often miss signs of a heart attack or ignore them, assuming something else is the problem.

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    With crisp air and cozy days by the fire, winter can be a wonderful time of year. But with those chilly temperatures come safety concerns. Here’s how to keep your kids happy and healthy during the colder months.

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