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When should you call the pediatrician?

(StatePoint) For parents of newborns, those first months can be exciting, challenging and even a little frightening.

Smart tips for your tax refund

(StatePoint) Like any sudden in-flow of cash, your tax refund presents an opportunity to spend your money wisely or foolishly.

Don't overlook these seasonal kitchen tasks

(StatePoint) While regular kitchen chores like doing the dishes and taking out the trash are almost impossible to ignore, it can be easy to forget certain maintenance tasks that keep your ship smoothly sailing.

Dental health matters for pets too

(StatePoint) There's a good reason that one of the first things we teach children is proper tooth brushing technique. Dental health is crucial for overall health.

This Valentine's Day - can improving your finances improve your romance?

(StatePoint) Talking about money can be difficult.

Smart lighting ideas when remodeling or building a home

(StatePoint) If you're building or remodeling your home, as more Americans are doing these days, consider a fresh approach to your lighting both inside and out.

Three superfoods that can improve your health

(StatePoint) In a world where fatty, fried and frosted foods are often the cheapest, quickest and most readily available options, it can be easy to forget the true purpose of eating -- to healthfully fuel our bodies.

New treatment for patients with coronary artery disease

(StatePoint) Whether you are at-risk for developing a heart condition or you're one of the 13 million Americans who suffer from coronary artery disease, arming yourself with the facts you need to stay healthy can help.

Many boomers turning their passions into new careers

(StatePoint) For many years, the average 50-something American looked forward to a leisure-based retirement.

Tips for protecting your family's financial future

(StatePoint) Do you lay awake at night wondering if you'll have enough money to pay the bills, let alone retire? Could you pay the bills at $170 to $350 daily if you or your spouse were disabled?