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School's Out! Teens and Summertime Work

Is your teen ready for work? It's a big step for many kids. And it can be tough to juggle sports, family, friends, leisure time, and work. Here are some things to think about and discuss with your teen.

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A Summer Sipper: Strawberry-Kiwi Spritzer

Combine tart kiwi juice and fresh strawberries over ice and top them with seltzer. A refreshing drink to sip around the pool, or serve for a brunch on the patio.

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Summer Fun, Summer Sun

Quiz yourself on your sun sense before heading out into the elements.

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Psoriasis May Hit Men Harder

This skin condition affects men and women equally, but men tend to have worse symptoms.

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