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On today’s edition of The Balancing Act, we take a closer look at the flexibility of online education, saving on everyday activities, and health and wellness tips.

First, follow correspondent Jenny Isenman as she experiences a whirlwind day filled with adventure, culinary delights and some pampering — all while saving money through Groupon.

Then, Julie Moran is joined by Columbia College graduate Renee Hamilton-McNealy and the school’s Senior Director of Marketing, Bradley Wucher, to discuss the positive impact that Columbia College makes on its online students.

Next, blogger sisters Carrie Greenberg and Dr. Katie Friedman of Forever Freckled test out three new toothbrushes from FOREO—specifically, the ISSA™ line.

Finally, we discuss the warning signs, treatment tips and prevention methods for deep vein thrombosis. Dr. Chris Pittman of the American College of Phlebology and his patient John Williams join The Balancing Act to share their knowledge of and personal experiences with DVT.

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