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Month: May 2018

The Case For Urgent Care

May 31, 2018

For those who are without medical insurance, going to see a doctor and getting emergency medical and urgent services can become more than a hassle – it can even all too easily become an impossibility. This is also often the case for those who do not have the ability to take time off of work […]

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Church Pews and Steeples Are an Important Part of Many Church Buildings

May 22, 2018

When you sit in church on Sunday mornings, it is easy to ignore all of the work that goes into keeping a sanctuary looking nice. In fact, if a church service fulfills its purpose no one in the pews should be thinking about anything else except the message, the music, and the members of the […]

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Helping the Red Cross Through Clothing Donations

May 22, 2018

Charitable giving and volunteerism are an important part of American life. Organizations like the American Red Cross, which is one of the largest and most trusted charities in the U.S., rely on volunteers and donations for most of their work helping people in need. For those who want to help, there are many ways to […]

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All About Hospice

May 18, 2018

You may have heard of hospice care but be unfamiliar with the details. You’re not alone. Many Americans have no reason to learn much about it until they or a loved one are in need of holistic hospices where they can get the help they need to make the most of life all the way […]

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5 Tips for the Perfect Living Room

May 18, 2018

Americans spend a lot on furniture. Bathroom furniture, living room furniture, area rugs, and even outdoor furniture are big expenses for the average family. Furniture is usually the third-most expensive item that a household will invest in, after the house itself and the family vehicles. Furnishings for the home are even expected to make up […]

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4 Problems That Thumb Sucking Worsens

May 10, 2018

It’s extremely common for babies to suck their thumb throughout the early parts of their life. However, statistics show that 95% of all babies will regularly suck their thumb. That being said, children frequently sucking their thumb after age two are likely doing this out of habit. As a parent, it’s important to understand that […]

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Planning a Big Party? Here are Our 3 Best Tips

May 2, 2018

Big gatherings are often wonderful ways to catch up with people you haven’t seen in awhile, enjoy good food or drink, and celebrate. However, for the person (or people) planning the event, it can be a huge source of stress and incredibly time-consuming. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can ease the stress […]

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Help Your Community’s Children by Updating the Neighborhood Playground

May 2, 2018

Many children spend a considerable amount of time on the Internet as well as on their mobile phones and other devices. Even though these children may be playing games, reading stories, or interacting with friends and family on social media platforms, there is some concern that they’re not engaging in enough physical activity. Furthermore, there […]

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