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Photo of the Day – March. 23, 2017

MINUSMA Marks International Women’s Day Staff members of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) take part in celebrations marking the International Women’s Day (8 March) at the Mission’s headquarters in Bamako. 08 March 2017 Bamako, Mali oooooooooooooooooo Minusma marca el Dia Internacional de la Mujer El personal de la Misión de Estabilización […]

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6 Reasons To Stop Feeding Your Kids “Kid Food”

FREDERICKSBURG, Virginia – According to the National Institutes of Health, on any given day one-third of children and 41 percent of teens eat from a fast-food restaurant. They also report that the restaurant meals often served to kids contain too many calories. The typical “kid food” being offered tends to usually include chicken nuggets, fries, macaroni […]

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5 Key ‘Make or Break’ Life Insurance Trends

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New laws, emerging technology, fiscal uncertainty and changing marketplace perceptions are making big impacts on the life insurance industry, changing the landscape for consumers in many ways. This includes everything from how applications are filled out to how quickly coverage can be obtained to evolving rules surrounding drill down topics like marijuana procurement and use. […]

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Hair Havoc No More with Dr. Marder Scalp Therapy

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Winter weather, and the subsequent use of indoor heat to stay warm, can have an extreme drying effect on the skin—and this most certainly includes the scalp. For those who already suffer from sensitive scalps or are susceptible to environmental and weather changes in general, the result can be scalp skin that’s dry, itchy and […]

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Abused Dog Living in Hell Finally Rescued After 7 Years

SMITHTOWN, New York  – Every dog deserves a happy life with a loving family, but that’s not what they all get. Some people, however, set out to do what they can to find those dogs that are being mistreated, and to work to give them a whole new life. That’s exactly what happened with Tito, a […]

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Dog Chained Outside for 15 Years Rescued

Smithtown, New York — A senior dog in Suffolk County, New York is waking up to a whole new life this morning, one that is comforting, warm, and filled with the love and attention that had been absent throughout his entire life up until this point. Having spent 15 years chained up to a dog […]

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‘Give Kids a Smile Program’ for New York CIty Kids, Uplifting Humanity

New York, N.Y. My beat covers anything ‘uplifting of humanity,’ such as Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) – a national event organized by the American Dental Association (ADA). It has taken place every year since 2003 all around the United States and is launched on the first Friday in February. This event brings together dentists, dental […]

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Animal Rescue Group Takes On Dogs Being Left Out in the Cold

Smithtown, NY – One year ago, a community was rocked by an image of a frozen dog that was posted on social media by an animal control center in New Jersey. The dog had been found frozen to death on a city street, and the picture was posted as a message to others of how […]

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Photo of the Day – March. 23, 2017

Fallen EOD Warriors to be Remembered by Special Earth Day Wreaths Across America Tree Dedication

6 Reasons To Stop Feeding Your Kids “Kid Food”

Pool Play 2.0—This Is Not A Theatre Company

7 Ways Grand Velas Los Cabos Resort Ups the Luxe All-Inclusive Ante

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How EOD Warrior Foundation Helps Military Children