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Health Awareness

COVID-19 Can Cause Kidney Injury, Yet Most Americans Don’t Know It

(NAPSI)—According to a recent Harris Poll, too many people don’t know all they should about the dangers of coronavirus—particularly how it can affect the kidneys.  COVID-19, it seems, … more
Moving Ideas

Moving Safely During the Coronavirus Crisis

(NAPSI)—If you and your family plan to move soon, you’ll be pleased to know that moving is considered an essential service.  How professional movers go about that, however, varies from … more
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Four Powerful Stories Of Love, Growth And The Soul

“Rachael’s Return” by Janet Rebhan (NAPSI)—Caroline Martin has everything but the thing her soul craves most: a daughter. During a routine hysterectomy, she unwittingly aborts the … more
Making Life Better

Turn Your Summer Vacation Into A Staycation

by Samantha Clayton, certified personal trainer (NAPSI)—For many people, social distancing brings concern about summer plans. In previous years, summertime was when families planned their … more
Kitchen Corner

Creating A Chef-Inspired Kitchen

(NAPSI)—Cooking like a professional doesn’t have to mean a kitchen full of expensive gadgets, but you do want one where prepping, cooking and cleaning is seamless and comfortable. That requires … more
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Wicked Humor, Self Help, Poignant Personal Stories, Creating The Right Culture

“Enemy Queen” by Robert Steven Goldstein (NAPS)—Full of wicked humor, artful eroticism, scintillating dialogue, and a bit of intrigue, “Enemy Queen” is an exhilarating romp set in … more
Technology Improving Lives

Game-Changing Connectivity

(NAPSI)—Technology is essential for any small business, whether a landscaper, retail establishment, consulting firm or just about anything else. Below are five technologies to strengthen and … more
Farm Topics

Early Treatment Key To Managing Seasonal Diseases In Cattle

(NAPSI)—Two of the more common production-impacting health issues cattlemen see in their herds this time of year are foot rot and pinkeye. Left untreated, each can lead to more serious, chronic … more
Health And Well-Being

Kitchen Design with Health and Ergonomics in Mind

(NAPSI)—Whether you’re among the 50 million Americans over 65 (90 percent of whom hope to continue to age at home), the 60 percent of families with children at home, have other ability issues or … more
News Of Older Americans

Shoppers Save Big On Groceries With Healthy Savings® Powered By AARP Foundation

(NAPSI)—Good nutrition is important at any age. But for older adults on a tight budget, regular access to nutritious foods can be limited—and expensive. A new program aims to change that by … more
Moving Ideas

Tips for Staying Safe and Connected During a Move

(NAPSI)—Planning a move can be stressful, but planning a move in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic brings a new set of challenges. Stay safe and connected with some smart pre-move planning; … more
Making Life Better

Stories And Songs Matter More Than Ever Right Now

(NAPSI)—Here’s a thought that may make you feel like singing: In times like these, when so many people feel like little islands, connecting with other people to share stories and songs takes on a … more
News Of Jobs

Ticket To Work Helped Matt Build His Future

(NAPSI)—It may be easier for people with disabilities to achieve financial independence than they realize with Social Security’s free and voluntary Ticket to Work (Ticket) program.  Adults … more
Planning Your Future

Online Writing Course

(NAPSI)—“There are stories yet unwritten,” said Orson Scott Card, author of the acclaimed “Ender’s Game.” So he and all fiction fans can have a better chance to get to read them, … more
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Four Captivating Reads To Fill Your Days

“L.A.’s Last Street Cop” by Al Moreno (NAPSI)—It’s been called probably the most entertaining and chilling police tale you’ll read this year. This gripping memoir vividly … more
Protecting Our Environment

What Others Are Doing, How You Can Help

(NAPSI)—The global pandemic brought home to many people just how interconnected the world has become. This is true about the need to protect the environment, as well. According to the National … more
Your Yard

Make Your Garden Count For Butterflies

(NAPSI)­—In this season of social distancing, many Americans are turning to gardening, finding joy and peace in an outdoor activity that can be safely enjoyed from home. “What all gardeners … more
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Facing Life’s Obstacles With Two Works of Fiction and Two Poignant Memoirs

“Feels Like Falling” by Kristy Woodson Harvey (NAPSI)—You’ve just lost your mother to cancer, your sister to her evangelical husband, and your husband to his executive assistant. … more
Mother's Day Ideas

How To Make Mother’s Day From Anywhere

(NAPSI)—For many Americans, this May 10 will be a Mother’s day like no other. Some families have been home together for weeks and developed a new appreciation for all their mother does. Others … more
Fabulous Food

The Safety Of Mushrooms: From Harvest To Home

(NAPSI)—With new procedures and protocols from the impact of COVID-19, mushroom farms around the country are building on their strong foundations of safety.  Consider Maria. Before she … more
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