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Keeping Skin Hydrated; Novavax for Covid Protection; Stitch Fix for the Holidays; Lego Gifts; Teaching Kids About Money; Salvation Army

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As temperatures continue to drop outside and heat starts pumping inside, you’ve probably noticed a change in your skin. Body care can be even more challenging when the seasons transition, so it’s helpful to follow guidance from board-certified dermatologists to ensure your daily routine helps combat dry skin.No matter your skin type, it’s beneficial to adjust your body care regimen with the seasons. Stressors like changes in humidity, holiday travel and winter weather can strip the skin of moisture. It’s important to find products that penetrate the skin’s surface to nourish and restore a dry, thirsty skin barrier. Board-Certified Dermatologist, Dr. Cheri Frey shares the most prestigious ingredients in skincare, how you can keep your body moisturized this winter, and how to break the perpetual dry skin cycle and replenish your skin barrier.

COVID continues to be a concern for many Americans. If you plan to visit family this holiday season, especially the elderly or people with compromised immune systems, getting an updated COVID vaccine can help protect yourself and those around you. Novavax has an updated COVID-19 vaccine this vaccination season. The vaccine, developed using a well-established technology also used to develop other vaccines, is widely available at a range of retailers, including Costco, CVS Pharmacy, Giant, Publix, Rite Aid and Stop & Shop, as well as in physicians’ offices and through government programs. The company believes that it is important to talk with your doctor or pharmacist about the COVID-19 vaccine option that is best for you and your loved ones. Dr. Bob Walker, senior vice president and chief medical officer at Novavax talks more about why getting a COVID vaccine is still important and the vaccine options available.

Whether you’re attending a holiday work party or planning the perfect outfit to meet your significant other’s family for the first time, piecing together holiday looks can be challenging. Help is just a phone call away! Bahar Takhtehchian talks about the launch of Stitch Fix’s holiday party hotline where callers can send in their burning holiday party questions to receive personalized styling tips directly from Stitch Fix’s expert stylists.

Toys are more than just fun and games. In fact, experts have found that children can learn a lot from playing. That’s why this holiday season parents should consider giving educational toys that improve motor skills, teach about shapes and symmetry, or inspire family bonding. Parenting expert and TLC Host Amanda Mushro of @LIFEHACKS is teaming with LEGO to discuss the importance of choosing gifts that enrich the lives of children, while also sharing details about a special event for kids ages 9 to 99.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and for many of us, also the most expensive! With gifts, parties, food and decorations, your holiday shopping list can come with a hefty price tag. But you can use this season as an opportunity to educate kids about finances, too. It’s a great time to start building good money habits that will stick year-round. Matt Gromada, Head of Family Banking at Chase, joins Michelle with tips to help kids and parents start those much-needed money conversations.

This holiday season, families across the country are facing increased challenges, but The Salvation Army continues to love and serve nearly 24 million people living in the United States across its 7,000 centers of operation throughout the entire year. The Salvation Army relies on funds from public support to provide food, housing, and other services, and during a typical year, anywhere from 40%-60% of funds raised come directly from public and individual contributions.Through the annual Red Kettle Campaign, which kicks off on Thanksgiving Day, and with the help of generous contributions, The Salvation Army can continue to meet the immediate and long-term needs of millions of individuals and families this holiday season and year-round. Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder, national commander of The Salvation Army, shares details on the importance of the Red Kettle Campaign, how these resources are needed year-round, and how your support will help your neighbors in need this year and next.

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