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Fitness Fun for Seniors: Exercise Doesn’t Have to be a Chore

Most of us like to think we’ll be energetic, smart, vibrant and gorgeous until the end of our lives. This isn’t an unattainable fantasy. It’s never too late to make small changes that will profoundly influence our ability to live long and healthy lives. Whether the goal is disease prevention, weight control, maintaining good posture, […]

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Healthy, Delicious Alternatives to Fast Food

Americans might be living in a fast food world, but they suffer because of it. Although pulling through the drive-thru window after work is a cheap, easy way to grab dinner, the health risks of fast food are resulting in a variety of life-threatening issues. Fast food items are typically full of saturated fat and […]

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Modern Architecture Combines Beauty and Sustainability

Classic architectural designs are frequently prized as masterful works of art. Many fear this art form has been lost to the ecological demands of a modern world. But today’s architects are accepting the challenge put forth by their clients and the results are remarkable. Not only are the new and renovated buildings aesthetically pleasing, they […]

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Older Couples Are Choosing to Adopt

Many older adults become concerned about their ability to adopt children after a certain age. However, age restrictions have been lifted at most adoption agencies within the last 20 years. Now more than ever, older couples are choosing to share their homes and their lives with small children. And many assert that age is not […]

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Getting to the Root of Credit Card Trouble: Some Helpful Suggestions

Q: When does credit card trouble begin? A: Overall, it is much easier to avert credit card debt than to recuperate from a string of poor decisions. On the first occasion that someone maxes out a credit card, the responsibility of paying the charges and any added fees will make for a difficult but valuable […]

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Owning a pet can improve heart health

Can man’s best friend be a health benefit? The American Heart Association says so. According to medical researchers, an animal friend can improve an individual’s cardiovascular health. In a press release, Dr. Glenn N. Levine of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston made the man-animal connection. He notes that pet ownership is likely connected with […]

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Digital Photography for the Non-Technical Snapshot Seeker

These days it seems that everyone has a fancy camera around their neck. However, many of these would-be Ansell Adamses know little more than how to set it to auto. In reality, digital photography requires an intimate technical knowledge. For those without the time, or patience, to understand it all, here are a few key […]

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Obamacare Subsidies May Hold Unpleasant Surprise for Uninformed Consumers

President Barack Obama’s new health care law requires some subsidies to be repaid. Millions of middle-income families who plan to purchase health insurance under the new health care law, Obamacare, next year may find an unpleasant surprise awaiting them. President Obama’s health care law has a little known clause buried within the pages of the […]

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5 Most Affordable Cities to Relocate

A place where the dollar will stretch a little further and last a little longer With gas prices skyrocketing and real estate prices going through the roof, it is no wonder that many people are looking for affordable places to live. If you are looking to relocate to a more affordable city, it’s comforting to […]

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The Advantages of Heating with Wood Stoves

There are plenty of good reasons for people to use wood burning stoves – they use a renewable resource (trees!) for fuel, they provide great radiant heat for a room and are much more efficient than a fireplace, which sends too much of its heat up the chimney. Used to augment a home’s HVAC or […]

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