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    • Toying With Holiday Travel? Commit Now

      The hustle and bustle of the holidays may seem a long way off, but if you're planning on traveling for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah or New Year's, the time to book your travel is now, say the experts at Expedia. Thanksgiving and Christmas are two of the busiest travel periods each year, and in 2016, Expedia data revealed more than 85 percent of holiday travelers missed out on locking in the lowest fares.

      Even though you probably haven't given it much thought, you probably already know if you're planning on traveling during the holiday season, so make the commitment and book now before prices get so high it becomes unaffordable. Start looking at airline and hotel prices now and if you find a good deal, don't wait—grab it. Chances are very high it won't be there even just a couple of weeks from now.

      When to Book for Thanksgiving

      According to Expedia flight data for 2016, the sweet spot for booking Thanksgiving travel is 61-90 days out. Travelers who booked during that timeframe saw savings of up to 10 percent, while those that waited until the last minute—zero to six days out—paid more than 20 percent above the average ticket price. For 2017, the optimal window to book and save runs through September 23.

      When to Book for Christmas

      For Christmas, the cheapest time to book travel is 14-20 days out, where travelers saw savings of around five percent in 2016. Like Thanksgiving, last-minute bookers are in danger of paying a premium—more than 15 percent above average ticket prices.

      A Great Time to Go Global

      In the meantime, many travel deals on global destinations can be had this fall. From September to November, look for savings on international hot spots like France, Greece, China and the Philippines.

      Source: Expedia

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    • 5 Benefits of Personalized Dog Food

      (Family Features)—For dog owners, your pet is often your world and there are few things more special than the bond you share. From playtime to mealtime, you never settle for "good enough," and your dog's health is no different.

      When it comes to nutrition, every dog has specific needs, and you know them best. Each dog is unique and his or her food should be, as well.

      When deciding which dog food works best for your pet, keep personalized foods like Just Right by Purina in mind, which can help address your dog's unique needs. It combines your firsthand knowledge with nutritional expertise to create the best dog food blend for your dog. By answering just a few questions about your pet's breed size, eating habits and more, you can create a personalized blend of food that includes your dog's name, photo and feeding recommendation that gets shipped directly to your door.

      "Every pet is an individual and that includes how we feed them," says veterinarian Dr. Marty Becker, a 17-year veteran of "Good Morning America" and founder of Fear Free. "A highly personalized diet tuned to their specific needs and combined with plenty of exercise and regular veterinary care can dramatically impact their nutrition, health and wellbeing."

      Feeding your dog personalized food could help yield these five benefits:

      Healthy Skin and Coat

      By providing important details about your dog's skin and its needs, certain ingredients can be included in order to avoid dry and itchy skin. Omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil, along with vitamin A and linoleic acid, can help keep your pup's skin refreshed and can give your dog's coat the nourishment it needs to be shiny and healthy.

      Ideal Body Condition

      Being the right weight can contribute to a lot of different health factors, but having an ideal body condition can be about more than just the amount of food you feed your pet. The right amount of fats and proteins can help keep your dog right where he or she needs to be. Choosing a formula with chicken, salmon or lamb as the first ingredient can help your dog's body feel strong and healthy with their high amounts of protein. Just as important, each dog has different metabolisms and different caloric needs, so personalized feeding instructions can help your dog reach his or her ideal body condition.

      Joint Health and Mobility

      Many dogs are often on the move—walking, running and playing. Having healthy bones and joints can support your dog's overall health, especially in developing puppies, large breeds and senior dogs. Choosing a formula with proper amounts of calcium and phosphorus can help support joints and bones.

      Brain Development

      Puppies need all the help they can get when it comes to growing and supporting lifelong health. Giving them foods that include nutrients like DHA that support brain and vision development can inspire your puppy's curiosity about the world.

      Active Lifestyle

      Overall, diet has a big impact on providing the nutrients needed to energize your dog every day, all day long, and ingredients in their food can provide the complete and balanced pet nutrition that helps promote an all-around active lifestyle.  


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    • Get the Family off and Running With a Healthy Start

      At the risk of sounding like your mother, breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day.

      Not only does it provide the chance to fuel your body with the best possible nutrients, but taking a few moments to convene as a family can put everyone in the right frame of mind for the busy day ahead at work or school.

      Some of the best reasons for breakfast include:

      Breakfast gives you energy to start your day. When you wake up in the morning, your body has been fasting during the hours you were asleep. Eating breakfast gives your body (and brain) the energy needed to function—very important for school-aged children.

      Breakfast improves concentration and school performance. Studies suggest that eating a healthy breakfast can improve brain function, stimulating a child's memory, recall and learning, and helping them to perform better academically. Studies also show marked improvements in attendance and behavior and fewer incidences of problems such as depression, anxiety and hyperactivity when breakfast has been part of a child's morning.

      Breakfast leads to a healthy weight. Breakfast kickstarts the body's metabolism and starts the calorie burn. Avoiding breakfast can actually slow your metabolism, causing you to burn fewer calories throughout the day.

      Who would want to miss out on the above benefits? Unfortunately, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics estimates that 12-34 percent of children and adolescents regularly miss breakfast, with lack of time serving as the usual culprit. There are super simple ways to create a healthy morning routine, however, by making sure your fridge and freezer are stocked with the right ingredients.

      Try these quick, nutritious ideas from The National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA):

      - Fill toasted waffles with peanut butter and jam for a breakfast version of a classic sandwich.
      - Create a yogurt parfait by layering your favorite yogurt, fruits and granola.
      - Make a tasty shredded cheese and veggie omelet and serve with precooked turkey sausage.
      - Top pancakes with bananas, drizzle with honey and serve with a glass of milk.
      - Mix yogurt, frozen berries, milk, juice and bananas in a blender for a delicious smoothie.
      - For quick grab-and-go meals, have readily available hard-boiled eggs, string cheese, a variety of yogurts, frozen bagels, waffles, pancakes and breakfast sandwiches and a selection of fruit juices.

      Source: National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

    • How to Protect Your Credit From a Security Breach

      Recently Equifax, one of our nation's three major credit reporting bureaus, announced that it had been breached. This means millions of consumer credit reports were made available to hackers, including their credit card numbers, social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and in some cases, driver's license numbers. To help, Equifax has created a website ─ ─ where consumers can check to see if their personal information may have been exposed.

      In addition, below are additional steps that consumers should take.

      Obtain your credit report every year from each of the three major credit bureaus ─ Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. All consumers are entitled to obtain a free copy of their credit report from each of these companies every 12 months. You can do this by visiting, or by calling each of them by phone (Experian at 888-397-3742, TransUnion at 800-680-7289, and Equifax at 800-525-6285).

      Consider placing a "credit freeze" on your credit reports with these companies. In most states, including Illinois, each credit bureau may charge you up to a $10 fee for a credit freeze. (Equifax announced on Sept. 12 that it will no longer charge $10 for a security freeze.) A credit freeze prevents lenders and others from accessing your credit information, making it much harder for someone to open a new account of any kind in your name ─ only your current creditors will be able to access your credit report. Also note that you can tell the credit bureaus to lift your credit freeze if you need to apply for new credit, which you can do for a particular credit application or temporarily for a chosen period of time. Keep in mind that a credit freeze won't prevent your creditors from reporting your payments on existing accounts to the credit bureaus.

      Pay close attention to credit card and bank account statements for any unauthorized charges.

      Consider placing a fraud alert on your credit report files. This alert warns creditors that you may be an identity theft victim, and they should take extra steps to verify that anyone seeking credit in your name is really you!

      Consider enrolling in a credit monitoring service. Equifax is offering one free year of credit monitoring to all consumers, regardless of whether your personal information may have been stolen. You can find many other reputable companies that offer this type of service by conducting an Internet search for credit monitoring services.

      Source: Equifax

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    • Easy Ways to Make Better Food Choices

      (Family Features)--Maintaining a healthy diet can be easier than you think if you make your eating habits a priority and know how to make smart food choices.

      For the best results, choose foods from all five major food groups with help from these tips:

      Fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are naturally low in fat and contain necessary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Rather than serving fruits with cream cheese or sugary sauces, opt for nut butters or organic honey, and toss raw, steamed, boiled or baked vegetables in olive oil, salt and pepper instead of buttery sauces.

      Protein. Select low-fat, lean cuts of meat and season them with herbs, spices and low-sodium marinades. Baking, broiling, grilling and roasting are the healthiest preparation methods. Try swapping ground beef for a lean or extra-lean cut, or opt for ground chicken or turkey instead. Non-meat protein options such as dry beans, peas and lentils can even be swapped for meat in recipes such as lasagna or chili.

      Dairy. Choose skim or non-dairy milk, like soy, rice or almond milk, and use low-fat or part-skim cheeses in recipes. Nonfat or Greek yogurt can replace sour cream in many recipes and options like sherbet and soft-serve frozen yogurt are lower in fat than ice cream.

      Grains. Choose products that list whole grains as the first ingredient, as they are low in fat and high in fiber. Some easy swaps include whole-grain flour, pasta and rice, as well as bypassing doughnuts and pastries for English muffins or bagels and opting for unsalted pretzels instead of potato chips.

      Fats, oils and sweets. Too many high-fat foods can add excess calories to your diet, which can lead to weight gain and obesity, or increase your risk for certain health issues. However, a small amount of heart-healthy fat is actually good for you. When it comes to sweets, fig bars and gingersnaps make for healthy alternatives to cookies. Also beware of calorie-laden condiments and opt for nonfat and light mayonnaise and salad dressings instead.

      Source: Family Features, Nice!

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