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8.16.2017

Viewing the solar eclipse?

Here’s how to stay safe Total solar eclipses are rare occurrences—no wonder everyone is excited about this cool and uncommon celestial event! But remember, if you are planning to view the 2017 solar eclipse on August 21, you must take precautions so that you don’t…

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7.27.2017

Tips to improve your next flight

If you’re lucky enough to be traveling to a far-off distant land, or need to travel for business, you may be dreading the long flight required to get there. But it’s possible to make sitting in a plane for hours a comfortable, if not enjoyable,…

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6.29.2017

Summer road trip safety tips

You’ve made the reservations for your family vacation spot, stocked up on healthy road trip snacks, and even signed up for a roadside assistance plan. But your preparation for a safe journey isn’t complete until you follow these important measures: Take your car for a…

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6.05.2017

Putting a stop to springtime sneezes

Springtime allergies getting you down? Whether the culprit is pollen, dust, mold or grass, the resulting sneezing fits, sniffles, itchy eyes, and scratchy throat can make anyone miserable. If you are among the more than 50 million Americans who suffer from seasonal or year-round allergies,…

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5.15.2017

Cholesterol 101

Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance that occurs naturally in your body and is needed for proper body function. It is found in several places in the body, such as the cells in your brain, nerves, muscles and skin. The body naturally makes all the…

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