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BEAUTY FOODS: What To Eat Each Day For Looks And Health

BEAUTY FOODS: What To Eat Each Day For Looks And Health

Apple Cider Vinegar Besides having amazing healing properties, apple cider vinegar keeps skin supple. Its heavy concentration of enzymes helps peel off dead skin cells. It breaks down fat and helps food digest properly. Carrots Maintain the outer layer of ...

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Five Resolutions For Your Business In 2013

Top Priority For Those Currently Renting Office Space: Seriously Consider Ownership Almost on a daily basis, news reports detail the marketplace factors that can affect businesses large and small. However, no matter what the potentially game-changing information coming out of ...

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Mommy Mistakes You Should Never Make On Facebook

Mommy Mistakes You Should Never Make On Facebook

By Donna de Levante Raphael Pride Parenting Columnist After you become a parent, it seems your Facebook personality can grow a new life as well. All of a sudden, you’re faced with an unbeatable way to share pictures of your ...

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Understanding Real Estate Terminology

Understanding Real Estate Terminology

When it comes to real estate, there is no shortage of terminology, and plenty of room for confusion. From mortgage types and periods to title searches and conditions, there are countless variables to consider in every real estate transaction. Ron ...

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How To Choose A Legal Guardian For Your Children

How To Choose A Legal Guardian For Your Children

Plan Ahead And Protect Their Future By Donna de Levante Raphael Pride Parenting Columnist Estate planning and choosing a legal guardian to take care of your children is difficult. It’s not easy to think of anyone else raising your kids, ...

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Healthy Living: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance

Healthy Living: Preventing Antibiotic Resistance

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses With drug-resistant staph infections making headlines, many concerned patients are trying to separate fact from fiction while learning how to best protect themselves and their families from these new superbugs. Although methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or ...

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