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Simple Ways To Shake Off Excessive Salt From Your Diet

Salt is found in just about every facet of food, and there is a lot of it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says the average American consumes 3,400 mg of sodium a day. That almost 50% more of the 2,300 mg that is recommended for an adult with around 71% of that salt coming from...
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Start Saving For The Holidays And Christmas Now

The kids are marking their first days back from the summer vacation and as we dash in between summer thunderstorms, you realize that there are about seven paychecks remaining until Christmas. The National Retail Federation estimates the average American spends $796 on Thanksgiving and Christmas...
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Florida Back To School Sales Tax Holiday

Many school items will be exempt from sales tax. CLICK HERE for more information and items exempt.
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Score A Better Deal with this BTS Price Comparison Database

This weekend you can save money on many back to school items as Florida suspends sales tax on the annual back to school sales tax holiday. If you want to maximize those saving then use one th emany price comparison databases online. One we found is from PennyPinchinMom.com [ CLICK HERE ]. The...
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9 To 5, Murphy Brown and Working Girl Making A Return

In 1980, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton starred in a movie around three female secretaries who plotted to get even with their sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot boss, played by Dabney Coleman. One of the highest-grossing movies to date addressed workplace issues of sexism and...
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Save Money When Back To School Shopping

With the first day of school less than three weeks away (August 13th for Alachua & Marion County), it's time for back to school shopping as we get the kids ready for class. Parents are expected to spend $685 on back-to-school supplies this year and by shopping smart, you can make sure your...
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Ease Back Into Work After Your Vacation

Vacations are so wonderful! You plan them months in advance and can't contain your excitement as you venture off for a few days of rest and relaxation. But all things must come to an end. 40% of Americans say the benefits of vacation only last a few days with 24% saying that the positive effects of...
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"Tech Neck" Affects Women More Often Than Men

Handheld technology has us looking down a lot, but a new study reveals women suffer with more tech neck than men do. Researchers found that women are twice as likely as men to experience persistent pain in the neck and upper shoulders caused by bending or slouching into extreme positions while...
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Young Children Showing Signs Of Neck and Back Damage From Viewing Phones

While parents worry about kids hurting their eyes from viewing a computer or phone screen all day, another concern is the constant downward posture of their heads looking at their phones. Physical therapists are noticing an increase of children with what they call "text neck", related to having...
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How To Dispose of Unused Opioids And Medications Properly

Drug overdoses killed over 63,000 Americans in 2016 and 2/3 of these deaths were the result of a prescription or illicit opioid. Although new regulations are aiming to tighten the access to opioids, it appears our own medicine cabinets are to blame in large part. A Mayo Clinic report found that 1...
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