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The Holiday Grab Bag

The Holiday Grab Bag

Whether you're decking the halls, wrapping up gifts, or preparing to host the family meal, the holidays can be a time of great joy - and great stress. 'Tis the season to take care of your health and to enjoy all that the holidays have to offer. Dive into the dLife Holiday Grab Bag and test your holiday know-how!

Reviewed by Francine Kaufman, MD 4/08.

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