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(NAPSA)—The American Heart Association recommends that adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity each week. Learn more at partnering4health.org.

Hawaii and Puerto Rico are exotic destinations, but are also home to some invasive pests not found in the continental U.S. Learn which plants and produce are safe to bring back by visiting www.aphis.usda.gov/plant-health/predeparture.

Many women have found that the right diet and dietary supplements can be a natural way to ease some of the symptoms that occur with age. Many doctors recommend the supplements available from Greens First Female. Learn more at www.greensfirstfemale.com.

Through the American Red Cross and its Military and Veteran Caregiver Network, caregivers of wounded, ill and injured military and veterans can now access peer support groups and a peer mentoring program online and in person. Learn more at www.MilVetCaregiverNetwork.org and RedCross.org/HeroCareNetwork.

If your child is experiencing the symptoms of myopia, schedule an appointment with an eye care professional, advises the National Eye Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health. For more information about myopia, visit https://nei.nih.gov/healthyeyes/myopia, and for fun eye health resources for kids, visit www.nei.nih.gov/kids.

With more than 2 million vacation homes for rent around the world from tree houses to castles and just about everything in between HomeAway has a mission to help families disconnect from everyday life and spend time reconnecting with each other. Learn more at www.HomeAway.com.

If you're getting a piano to help your child learn, consider renting a Steinway-designed acoustic piano. Learn more about affordable rental options at www.steinway.com/rental.

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, there are several treatments available according to Deepak A. Kapoor, founder of Integrated Medical Foundation. Learn more from http://imfcares.org/site2017/education/treatment.

In a recent University of Phoenix® College of Education survey of American adults, 61 percent of respondents agree that it is important that children be involved in an educational summer program while school is out during summer break.

Many people prefer making s'mores with Crunchmaster crackers because they're certified gluten-free and many are also non-GMO Project Verified, 100 percent whole grain, low in sugar, free of saturated and trans fats, and kosher. For recipes, coupons and facts on wholesome crackers, go to www.crunchmaster.com.