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Health Tip: Changing Diapers 101

-- Changing your baby's diaper may seem scary, but don't worry. Within a few weeks, you can be an expert. Gather a clean diaper, wet wipes, a burp cloth and a safe place to change your baby before starting.

The American Pregnancy Association offers these step-by-step directions:

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Health Tip: What to Do If You Fall

-- Tripping over a box or slipping on a wet floor could leave you with a broken bone. And a fall could easily send an older person to the hospital, says the National Institute on Aging.

If you fall, stay calm and follow the agency's recommendations:

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Health Tip: Eat for Now, and the Future

-- Sustainable eating practices -- knowing where food comes from and how to sustain the sources -- helps us plan for now and the future, says the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Looking past the supermarket shelf and learning how your food is produced is a first step.

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Health Tip: How to Safely Roast a Turkey

-- Turkey will be on the dinner table of a great many Americans this month.

After buying and thawing your turkey, it's time to cook it. Before you do, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has advice for keeping you and loved ones safe:

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Health Tip: Managing Financial Stress

-- More than three-quarters of Americans say money is a significant cause of stress for them, says the American Psychological Association.

To help manage financial stress, the association encourages people to:

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Health Tip: Do's and Don'ts for Calling 911

-- Some 240 million calls are made to 911 in the United States each year, says the National Emergency Number Association.

If you or a loved one needs law enforcement, firefighters or emergency medical help, call that number right away.

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Health Tip: Understanding Pre-Workout Supplements

-- Pre-workout supplements are the buzz around many gyms and athletic facilities. But before you chug these products and start exercising, it's important that you know more about the supplements.

Cleveland Clinic offers this advice about these products:

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Health Tip: A Well-Stocked First-Aid Kit

-- A first-aid kit can help you after an injury or in an emergency. So keeping a first-aid kit in both your car and home is good practice, says Mayo Clinic.

Mayo mentions these must-have items for a first-aid kit:

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