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Keep the Holiday Weight Off

Parties, pot lucks, cookie trays, little indulgences and day-long gatherings … the holiday season is essentially designed to undermine the willpower of even the most dedicated among us. The worst part, of course, is the unspoken truth that those extra pounds stick...

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5 Steps for Stress-Free Family Holidays

If we’re lucky, loving family gatherings are a regular part the holiday season. But family dynamics are complicated and there are many factors at play during the holidays. Hectic travel, overnight guests, different lifestyles, strong personalities, and a lot of...

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Have a Happy Halloween

Without a doubt, Halloween is one of the most fun holidays for kids (and a lot of grownups). The costumes and treats that make it so exciting, however, do present the potential for risk that parents need to manage. The good news is that it only takes a few common...

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Packing Tips for Family Vacation

Family vacations are joyful, healthy and, yes, incredibly stressful. How and what you pack plays a big role in keeping everyone happy, comfortable and having a good time. If you have a big trip coming up, start the packing process early. Last-minute packing means over...

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How to Prevent Bug Bites

Preventing bug bites is about far more than avoiding irritating or painful bites. As we all know by now, bugs such as mosquitoes, ticks and some flies can spread serious diseases. Many of those diseases, including Zika, West Nile Virus and Lyme, are not preventable by...

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4 Steps to Reduce Kids’ Seasonal Allergy Symptoms

No matter how you feel about winter, just about everyone looks forward to the arrival of spring. As pleasant as the warm weather, green trees and blooming flowers are, however, they have an unfortunate downside for those with seasonal allergies. What we usually call...

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Directions from Downtown

Go south (away from the river) on State Street.
Enter the Route 1 Rotary.
Take the first exit right out of the rotary.
You will see the Professional Building on the right.
Take an almost immediate right onto Cherry Street.
Immediately turn left into the parking lot.

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Directions from Salisbury or Seabrook

Take Route 1 across the bridge over the Merrimack River. Continue on Route 1 until you enter the rotary. Go around the rotary and take the third exit to the right so that you are going back Route 1. In the opposite direction from when you entered the rotary. You will see the Professional Building on the right. Take an almost immediate right onto Cherry Street.  Immediately turn left into the parking lot.

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Directions from the South

Go north on I-95. Take the SCOTLAND RD exit- EXIT 56- toward NEWBURY/NEWBURYPORT. Bear right at the bottom of the ramp. In about 2.5 miles turn right onto Parker Street (1st light.) In about 1/2 mile, the road ends at route 1 and you must make a right. Enter the rotary, go all the way around until you are heading back the direction you entered the rotary from. You will see the building on the right. Take the right onto Cherry Street and an immediate left into the parking lot.

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Directions from Amesbury/495

From 495 Take the RT-110 exit(EXIT 55) - toward I-95. Merge onto MA-110 E, and continue straight on 110 for about 2.9 miles and take a right onto US Route 1. Follow Route 1 for about 3 miles until you get to the rotary. When you enter the rotary, go all the way around and proceed back up Route 1 in the opposite direction that you entered it. Take the first right onto Cherry Street and take an immediate left into our parking lot.

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