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Northeast Factory Direct has the perfect way for you to create meaningful memories at home this summer

While I’m fairly confident I have dyscalculia (look it up, it means I’m terrible at math), I do know a good deal when I see one. And you don’t have to be a mathematician to get what I’m about to tell you. So, here goes. The average family vacation runs about $2,000-$4,000. The average kitchen remodel costs about $16,000 (or...

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Help for fatty liver

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a condition that currently affects nearly 25% of Americans—and it’s on the rise. NAFLD is characterized by the buildup of fatty deposits in the liver in people with little or no alcohol intake and is the most common form of chronic liver disease. In some cases, it can lead to liver damage...

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Seasons of Care offers a variety of helpful home care options

Everyone has the right to choose how he or she wants to be cared for. And when the time comes, most people are not prepared because they don’t know what their options are. I started Seasons of Care, a Medicare certified home care, 18 years ago for very personal reasons. My family began its journey into home care over 40 years ago because my...

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Could wine treat coronavirus?

Resveratrol just might be the thing you’ve never heard of that’s the answer to all your problems. That may be an overstatement about this natural polyphenolic compound found in red grapes, raspberries and some other foods, but resveratrol is responsible for many of the healthful benefits of red wine. “Low doses of resveratrol have been...

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SouthWest Commons has risen to the challenge to keep residents happy, healthy and engaged

As we continue to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, the elderly and those who care for them have a unique perspective on these challenging times—and how together we’ll not only get through them, but also come out stronger on the other side. The elderly population may be at a greater risk for the disease, but we sure can learn from them...

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