Issue 3, 2019
Rake in the Leaves, Not the Injuries
Raking leaves is a common practice for many American families during the Fall season. Not only does it improve curb appeal, it can also provide a great outdoor workout with a 150 pound person burning an average of 132 calories every 30 minutes. Check out this issue of KeyCares for tips from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons to help prevent injuries as you rake your yard.
Also included is an article to help shed some light on Seasonal Affective disorder and a list of foods to Fall in love with this season.
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