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  • The Sunshine Vitamin that Delivers on Cardio Health
    Free from the sun, vitamin D delivers a natural source for one of the hormones essential to our bodies, especially the bones. But when you’re down on […]
  • 5 Lessons on Teamwork as Inspired by The Beatles
    In the newly released documentary, “The Beatles: Get Back”, famed director Peter Jackson highlights the band’s professional relationships, business approach and, most interestingly, their creative […]
  • Michael J. Fox Gets Serious
    In the December-January Issue of AARP The Magazine, The Actor and 2022 AARP Purpose Prize Honoree Continues to Inspire with Optimism and Hope – Even […]
  • Dave Says… Help Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick
    Dear Dave, I thought I was going to get control of my money and make a lot of other positive changes in my life this […]
  • Living Well with Cancer-Related Fatigue
    Fatigue, or constant feeling of tiredness, is very common in people with cancer. Cancer-related fatigue can be severe and last for a number of years post […]
  • Want to Start a Small Business? 2022 Could Be Your Year
    It’s hard to believe 2021 is almost over—but here we are. And if you’ve been thinking about starting a small business for a while, then […]
  • The Pitfalls of DIY Investing
    DIY investing is one of the hottest trends out there. You’ve probably heard about apps focused on micro-investing, robo-investing, and DIY investing such as Robinhood, […]
  • Remodel with Universal Design in Mind
    (Family Features) Local code ensures new construction homes and renovation projects reflect the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Universal design, on the other […]
  • Quick, Cozy Breakfasts for Cold, Busy Mornings
    (Family Features) It’s often a challenge on cold, dreary days to pull yourself out from under the warm covers. Even though you know the importance […]

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  • Toys Prove to be Better Investment than Gold, Art, and Financial Securities

    Unusual ways of investment, such as collecting toys, can generate high returns. For example, secondary market prices of retired LEGO sets grow by 11% annually, which is faster than gold, stocks, and bonds, HSE University economists say. Their paper was published in the Research in International Business and Finance journal. According to a survey by Barclays, rich people invest about 10%

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  • Piedmont Walton Encourages Safety During the Holidays

    The holiday season has arrived and Piedmont Walton Hospital wants the community to think about safety when purchasing toys or other gifts for children. “Each year during the holiday season, we see patients of all ages in Piedmont Walton’s emergency department with preventable injuries,” said Karen Hust, trauma and stroke program coordinator for Piedmont Walton

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  • Easy and Delicious Ethnic Dishes

    (Family Features) When tried-and-true family favorites turn stale and boring, digging through cookbooks and sorting through blogs for new recipes may seem far too time-consuming for your busy evenings. However, a simple ethnic twist in the kitchen can turn bland dinners into exciting meals. You don’t need a plane ticket to explore international cuisines. Start

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  • AARP Survey Shows 8 in 10 Older Adults Want to Age in Their Homes

    The Number and Needs of Households Headed by Older Adults Grow Dramatically AARP’s new 2021 Home and Community Preferences survey found that while more than three-quarters of adults ages 50 and older want to stay in their homes (77%) and communities (79%) as they age, one-third (33%) also report their houses would need modifications to

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  • Open Talk, Open Door: Helping Kids, Teens After a School Shooting

    Traumatic news, plus the stress of a pandemic and upcoming holidays, make this a critical time for young people and their parents and school staff. Raising or educating kids in a pandemic with cases surging and the winter holidays approaching was already hard enough for parents and school staff. And then the school shooting in

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  • Is Retail Therapy Causing You to Overspend for the Holidays?

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year—for buying gifts. And while you’re at it, you might as well buy something for yourself, right? We’ve all been there. Remember in Friends when Monica bought those super expensive leather boots on impulse? She ended up regretting it because they really hurt her feet. Womp, womp! Listen, we all

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  • Redfin Predicts a More Balanced Housing Market in 2022

    Higher mortgage rates will end double-digit price growth, and new listings will hit a 10-year high The new year will bring more balance to the housing market, according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. However, don’t expect a buyer’s market—just more selection, less frenzy and slower price growth. Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather predicts

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  • Public’s Help Needed in Reporting Wintering Monarchs

    Last winter, volunteers from across the Southeast and Gulf states provided more than 5,800 observations of monarch butterflies. This winter, the partnership of universities, agencies and other organizations called Monarchs Overwintering in Southeastern States is requesting the public’s continued involvement in reporting sightings. Sonia Altizer, a University of Georgia ecology professor and director of Project

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The Medical Minute

  • The Medical Minute: What You Need to Know About Epilepsy

    All people with epilepsy have seizures, but not everyone who has had a seizure has epilepsy. The illness, which affects 3.5 million children and adults in the U.S., is a brain disorder characterized by recurring seizures. Many patients live in constant fear of when their next one is coming, when they might black out and

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Dave Says

  • Dave Says… Help Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

    Dear Dave, I thought I was going to get control of my money and make a lot of other positive changes in my life this year, but very few of the things I wanted to accomplish happened. I started strong, and began with serious intentions, but somewhere along the way I lost focus. Can you

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Family Features

  • Remodel with Universal Design in Mind

    (Family Features) Local code ensures new construction homes and renovation projects reflect the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Universal design, on the other hand, does more than make living spaces more accessible for those with disabilities. It expands on regulations to create more user-friendly spaces regardless of abilities, resulting in more enjoyable, functional

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