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  • Cisco to Open ‘Talent and Collaboration Center’ in Atlanta, Create 700 Jobs

    At a gathering with state and local officials and members of Cisco’s executive leadership, Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that American multinational technology conglomerate and Fortune 100 company Cisco will invest up to $41 million in opening a Talent and Collaboration Center in the Coda building in Midtown Atlanta. The company plans to create up

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  • Chocolate Isn’t the Only Scary Thing Threatening Your Pet This Halloween

    One Sweet-sneaking Dog’s Naughty Behavior May Have Actually Saved Her Life Most dog owners know that chocolate is dangerous to pets. What they don’t expect, however, is for their dog to eat more than four pounds of the tempting treat. That was the situation when Randi Stats’ Labradoodle Charlotte ingested the majority of a 4.5-pound bag of

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  • Hope Boutique at Piedmont Newton Hospital Receives Sizeable Donation from Central Church Pink Glow Out Run

    The Hope Boutique at Piedmont Newton Hospital received a $12,500 donation, the proceeds from the Pink Glow Out 5K sponsored by Central Church in Covington. “I am incredibly grateful to Central Church and all of the participants in the Pink Glow Out 5K for their support of Piedmont Newton and the Hope Boutique,” said David

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  • 5 Simple, Natural Ways to Boost Immunity

    (Family Features) Your body’s immune system protects against illness and infection, fighting off threats before you even know there’s a problem. Even though your immune system usually does its job automatically, you can give it a boost with habits that promote wellness and support immunity. Eat healthy fruits and vegetables. Although you may not be

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  • October is American Humane’s Adopt-a-Dog Month®

    Be a Hero to Dogs Young and Old For thousands of years, dogs have been our best friends, our protectors, and often our personal heroes, improving and even saving our lives. That is why each October for the past 40 years, American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization and the nation’s leading first responder for

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  • Ramsey Solutions Gives Teachers Free Access to Student Loan Documentary ‘Borrowed Future’, Premiering Today

    To educate and empower the next generation about alternatives to student loans, Ramsey Solutions is offering every teacher in the U.S. free access to the documentary “Borrowed Future: How Student Loans Are Killing the American Dream,” produced by Dave Ramsey. Teachers can go to borrowedfuture.com for more information. “Borrowed Future” premieres today, Oct. 14, 2021, on Amazon

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  • Have You Heard of These 3 Business Women in History?

    October is National Women’s Small Business Month! If you know me, you know I’m super passionate about helping women start and grow their businesses, so I love that this is a nationally recognized thing. In honor of this month, I thought I’d highlight some amazing female entrepreneurs in history. I’m so thankful for all the hard work

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  • Why are Screening Mammograms Important for the Early Detection of Breast Cancer?

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime making breast cancer one of the most common types of cancer among women. In 2021, the American Cancer Society estimates that more than 280,000 cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the U.S., and

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The Medical Minute

  • The Medical Minute: What Parents Need to Know About a Rise in RSV

    After a year of COVID-19 precautions that saw virtually no cases of this common childhood illness, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is back with a vengeance, and health care professionals are concerned. “The symptoms are virtually synonymous with the common cold – runny nose, congestion, maybe a little cough – but RSV is associated with a

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    Dave Says… There are Better Options

    Dear Dave, I’m coming up on a transition phase in my life. I’ll be leaving the military soon, and I’ve been evaluating my living situation once I am out. My parents said I could live with them for a while, but I am not sure that would work out well. I have done some research

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Family Features

  • Comparing Medicare Plans Could Save You Money

    Medicare Open Enrollment is here. Now’s the time to review coverage and select a plan that meets your health care needs. (Family Features) Medicare’s Open Enrollment period gives everyone with Medicare the opportunity to make changes to their health plans or prescription drug plans for coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2022. Don’t delay, the Open Enrollment

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