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    It’s autumn and there’s a promise of changing weather in the air. And that can mean spending more time indoors. Sure, you can deposit yourself in front of the television with a bag of chips. Or you can do something. Here are a few ideas for making it an interesting fall and winter season. Learn […]

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    Back in the day, TVs were all basic black-and-white sets with on-off knobs and a choice of four channels. People saved money in a bank account, carried a department-store charge card, and could fit all of their important papers in the proverbial shoebox. Today’s big-screen entertainment centers come with hundreds of channels and multiple remotes. […]

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    It used to be that capturing those special moments meant having your camera ready and hoping it was loaded with film. Then you had to wait to share it. Now all you have to do is whip out your smartphone and click. And you can share it immediately. But just because it’s easier to snap […]

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  • 06/03/16--06:24: Summer Skin Safety
  • With the unofficial start of summer last weekend, our activities move outdoors. That’s why we are reminding you how to protect yourself from the harmful effects of the sun. Overexposure to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation causes most skin cancers, unsightly sunspots and premature aging of skin. People of all races and ethnicities can be at […]

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    There’s good news for teens about summer jobs: It’s not too late to get one. Although many positions have been filled, turnover is often high among teenage workers, says John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, the outplacement firm. “Retailers, restaurants, amusement parks and the like may continue hiring throughout the summer to replace […]

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    Everyone knows hugs can make us feel loved and special. They can encourage us to excel or comfort us when we’re down. They can create a feeling of trust and make us feel safe and secure. But did you know hugs also have some important health benefits? > Hugs are good for your heart – […]

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    Summer can be a great time to be outside and enjoy the sun. Summer also has heat, humidity and bugs — things that drive people indoors. If you have to spend some time inside this summer, here are five fun things to do with your kids or grandkids (and heck, most of these can be […]

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    Summer can be a great time to be outside and enjoy the sun. Summer also has heat, humidity and bugs — things that drive people indoors. If you have to spend some time inside this summer, here are five fun things to do with your kids or grandkids (and heck, most of these can be […]

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    Grab your Trapper Keeper and Troll Topper, it’s almost back to school time. And if you think it’s gotten more expensive, you’re right. According to the National Retail Federation, back-to-school spending has increased more than 40 percent in the past ten years. Given the hit to the pocketbook, going into the season with a plan […]

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    It used to be that parents worried about their kids getting bullied on the playground. Today, kids don’t even have to leave home to fall victim. One study finds that 15 percent of high school students were electronically bullied last year. It could be a text message, an email or on social media. Sometimes the sender […]

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  • 10/07/16--06:18: Exploring Autumn
  • Candied apples, campfires, color … October’s gifts. Explore autumn’s intoxicating sights, smells and tastes as if for the first time. What do you like to do this season? Here are some ideas to add to your own for a rich autumnal experience. Just do it before the snow flies. See the Colors Pump up your […]

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    Oh, the weather outside is frightful. So it’s a good time to brush up on how to keep your pets warm and healthy throughout the cold-weather months. Here are a few reminders on what you need to do. If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for them. It’s a common misconception that cats […]

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  • 01/20/17--05:17: Keeping Kids Safe Online
  • Remember when you’d get out the encyclopedia to do a report for school? Today, kids go online instead. There they find an explosion of words, pictures and videos that provide a rich learning experience. But they can also find elements that can put them at risk. That’s why it’s important to teach your children to […]

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    February is a month that’s just perfect for romance. Not only is it home to Valentine’s Day, but all those cold winter nights just cry out for cozying up with the one you love. Here are a few date night ideas to rekindle the flames with your special someone — without spending a lot of […]

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  • 03/10/17--06:03: Explore Your Family Tree
  • There’s one in every family — a keeper of family history. The one person who knows Aunt Margaret isn’t really your aunt, but your grandmother’s second cousin, once removed. If you’ve been bitten by the genealogy bug, now is the perfect time to start exploring your family tree. Begin with yourself and work backward, listing […]

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  • 04/07/17--07:16: Financial Aid 101
  • With many colleges requesting an enrollment deposit on May 1, April is peak financial aid season. For those going through the process the first time, the experience can be a stressful. Between forms and deadlines, families often feel overwhelmed. If that sounds a bit like you, take heart. Here are some answers to your basic […]

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