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Home Life, Work Life & Safety December 13, 2018

From Snowbound to Safe: 9 Steps to Surviving Winter Driving

Heather M., Editor

It’s winter driving time! Help your citizens stay safe all season long by reminding them how to stay safe on the road, with tips on preparing their cars and how to adjust their driving habits to the cold-weather conditions. Winter Driving Surviva...

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Home Life December 11, 2018

Safe Winter Driving: How to Stay on the Road

Heather M., Editor

Winter weather conditions can make driving treacherous, so arm the motorists in your community with vital information on how to prepare their vehicles for safe winter driving. Prep Your Vehicle for Safe Winter Driving Make sure your car is...

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Health & Wellness December 5, 2018

4 Ways Your Community Can Join In the Fight for an AIDS-free Future

Julia S., Editor

This World AIDS Day, raise awareness about AIDS and the global spread of HIV. Encourage your community to participate in the fight to end AIDS by educating themselves on this disease and the importance of getting tested for HIV. 1. Learn the Basi...

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Military Life December 1, 2018

Brighten a Veteran’s Every Day: The Surprising Benefits of Becoming a VA Volunteer

Erika S., Editor in Chief

The enchantment of the holiday season often inspires acts of kindness and sparks the need for many to give back. While it’s a wonderful feeling to add a little more merry to someone’s Christmas, it’s important to remember that volunteers are neede...

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Military Life November 29, 2018

Warrior Care: Giving Wounded Service Members a Helping Hand

Krystina C., Editor

From fractured bones to hearing loss, injuries are not uncommon in the military. In fact, more than a million people are actively caring for injured, ill and wounded warriors who served since 9/11. The number of military caregivers, however, isn’t...

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Security & Preparedness November 27, 2018

Make a Plan: How to Stay Safe During a Vehicle-Ramming Attack

Maggie K., Senior Editor

We live in a scary time – Americans are well aware that the threat of terrorism looms behind any corner. From shootings and bombings to vehicle-ramming attacks, domestic and international terrorists use a variety of horrific methods to perpetrate ...

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Home Life November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving Fire Safety: The Recipe for a Flame-Free Holiday

Maggie K., Senior Editor

Food, family and football… the 3 cornerstones of a traditional Thanksgiving. This year, millions of Americans will be gathering at dining room tables across the country to indulge in mouthwatering turkey, velvety mashed potatoes, grandma’s special...

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Health & Wellness November 15, 2018

Cold or Flu? The Simplest Way to Tell Them Apart

Julia S., Editor

We are now in flu season – and it is expected to pick up soon, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Knowing whether you have the flu or a common cold isn't always straightforward, especially since many of their sympto...

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Health & Wellness November 13, 2018

The Great American Smokeout Encourages You to Pass on Puffing

Amanda S., Editor

The Great American Smokeout might conjure up images of juicy smoked briskets and delectable racks of saucy ribs, but that's not what this event is about. It carries far more weight than that. The American Cancer Society has been hosting the Great ...

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Military Life November 8, 2018

Homecoming for the Holidays: Reunion Tips to Help Any Relationship Shine

Erika S., Editor in Chief

Relationships can be tough under the best of circumstances, and deployment can be one of the most challenging periods for military couples. When it’s finally time for a Service member to come home, partners shouldn’t be surprised if reality doesn’...

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