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  • Load Up Your Cart with Fresh Veggies

    Want to start shopping for a variety of veggies? Well, you’re in luck: You can enjoy fresh vegetables year-round because supermarkets offer fresh produce for every season. And when you buy vegetables in season, they are more likely to cost less and provide peak flavor.

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  • Fall into Better Habits

    Back-to-school sales are a sure sign: It’s time to unpack the jackets and start bugging your kids about their homework again. And if you slacked off on your wellness habits during cookout and pool party season, it’s time to fall back into a healthier routine.

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  • Keep Nails in the Pink

    Here’s how to reduce your risk for nail fungus.

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