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On this episode of The Balancing Act, we’re covering it all! Stay tuned for discussions on college savings and DNA sequencing, as well as easy recipes and senior living communities.

Have you started thinking about sending your children to college? Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA) provides free guidance to help families save for college and make smart financial decisions through the college years.

Craving a delicious, homemade meal without the stress of planning and prep? We’re back in the kitchen with celebrity chef Ralph Pagano for a QuickBytes featuring Orrington Farms, a line of broth bases and flavorful seasonings guaranteed to add wholesome, farm fresh flavor to your recipes.

If you’ve been suffering from a chronic or recurrent infection, you’re not alone. Learn how MicroGenDX’s Next Generation DNA Sequencing is changing the lives of patients around the world.

Active seniors lead richer and more satisfying lives. They’re also less likely to suffer from feelings of loneliness or isolation. With more than 260 senior living communities across the United States, Holiday Retirement is in the business of helping older people live better, age more successfully and stay independent longer by providing a good value for the dollar and a sense of belonging in a community of friends.

We get it—life can get messy. Responsibilities, career moves, family situations, and more can get in the way of focusing on our mental health. Sometimes it feels like we just don’t have enough time to take care of ourselves. Here are five ways to get to pick yourself up by the bootstraps when you’re feeling stuck.

Caption Call is designed to help people with hearing loss use the phone to stay connected with loved ones and conduct important business of life with complete confidence.

We're covering all things health on this episode of The Balancing Act, from breast reconstruction to supporting a healthy digestive system with probiotics. 

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