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Black Friday – What Drives the Earlier Launch?

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9 Tips to Keep Your Nails Healthy This Holiday Season

The stress of the holidays, poor nutrition and the cold weather can take its toll on nail health, according to Loyola University Health System dermatologist Rebecca Tung, MD.

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Avoid an Uninvited Guest This Thanksgiving: Food Poisoning

A Kansas State University food safety expert has tips on how to cook your turkey properly so your family doesn't cry foul.

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Psychologist Says Social Validation, Meeting Expectations Among Reasons We Overeat on Thanksgiving

A Kansas State University psychological sciences professor looks at reasons for overeating on Thanksgiving Day.

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Sociologists Available to Discuss Holiday-Related Topics Ranging From Shopping to Sadness

As the holiday season begins, the American Sociological Association (ASA) has sociologists available to discuss holiday-related topics ranging from shopping to sadness.

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Sociologists Available to Discuss Holiday-Related Topics Ranging From Shopping to Sadness

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Baylor University Experts Available to Comment on Holiday Topics

Baylor University experts are available to comment on a number of topics during the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and holiday season.

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Holiday Overeating Can Be Big Problem for People with Type 2 Diabetes

Overindulging at a holiday party or two this season isn’t going make a big difference in someone’s health. But it could be a much different story for people with type 2 diabetes.

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Turkey Bowl Football Games Cause Spike in Injuries

Traditional pick-up football games on Thanksgiving cause a spike in sprains, contusions, broken bones and other injuries.

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Dora the Explorer Wants Your Money! National Expert Explains the Psychological Power Cartoon Characters Play in Influencing Holiday Shopping

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