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Tax Credit for Energy Efficient Improvements

Implementing energy-efficient improvements in your home not only helps the environment, but it keeps your wallet filled too. Along with long-term energy savings, you will save money through tax credits. The federal government actively promotes its energy-efficiency tax-credit programs to lead American homes toward increased energy efficiency.

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Allergy vs. Intolerance: Do You Know The Difference?

Weaning is an exciting milestone for parents, but so many things in an infant’s new world can trigger a reaction. Unfortunately, worried moms and dads instantly label outbreaks as “allergic” reactions, and the problem is not correctly diagnosed.While theres no doubt children can be allergic to certain foods, the incidence is only about 8%, according to a new report commissioned by the federal government, led by Dr.

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Recommended Diet Pills

With a growing number of diet pill brands available over-the-counter (OTC) or by prescription, it can be difficult for moms who are ready to lose weight to determine which remedies might or might not be safe to try. While diet pills usually carry the risk of potential side effects, you may want to try one or more of the common medications noted by organizations, such as the Mayo Clinic, or the federal government website MedLine Plus. Always remember that no diet pill can guarantee weight loss; your efforts toward changing your eating and exercise habits go a long way toward your weight reduction goals.