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Best Aftermarket Additions To Your Jeep Wrangler

BY KAYLA BIERNE Customizability is one of the Jeep Wrangler’s most revered features. Explore the best aftermarket additions sure to make any Jeep owner satisfied.One reason that Jeep owners are so infatuated with the Wrangler model is its versatility and customizability. To make your Wrangler uniquely your own, there’s a …

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California Baseball is Dominating the Major League Scene

BY STEPHEN SHAW It’s been said that America runs on Eastern Time. Whether it’s finances, entertainment or even Major League Baseball itself, teams on the West Coast have to adjust their clocks to be on equal terms with the rest of the league. Across Major League Baseball, several time zones …

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Health Savings Accounts: What You Need to Know

BY KAYLA BEIRNE The government eases the pain of high-deductible health plans by permitting health savings accounts with tax-free savings and spending. Here’s what to know: Healthcare in America isn’t cheap. Whether from emergencies or chronic conditions, countless Americans face steep medical bills that are hard to reckon with and …

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Four Ways To Enjoy The Summertime

BY STEPHEN SHAW The summer is finally upon us, and for most, there isn’t a more enjoyable time of the year. After a long winter of cold weather and being stuck inside, it is finally time to get out and enjoy the warmer weather. For most, it will be a …

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How to Make Long Road Trips More Fun

Most people love road trips that offer a chance to bond with their friends or simply to have a holiday away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Either way, we can all agree that even though this is one of the most economical ways to save money on …

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Underground Echoes: An Introduction

BY JUDIE & JOSEPH PALMER For those that are familiar with our column, we would like to share why it matters so much to us personally. For those of you who have never read our column, allow us to introduce ourselves. We began writing Underground Echoes over four years ago …

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Things to remember when a senior with dementia is delirious

BY PURNIMA SREENIVASAN Delirium is not dementia nor depression. As we revisit Dementia and Alzheimer’s this month dedicated to its awareness, delirium becomes more significant than ever. With growing research on delirium, hospitalization risks, along with morbidities and mortalities related to it, it’s time to understand why we must revisit …

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Helping seniors cope with memory loss

BY PURNIMA SREENIVASAN Memory loss is not a normal part of aging. We as humans must age, and then leave this earth. In this journey, which we face as beings of highest intelligence, our coping mechanisms are largely different and changeable, which makes us become dependent on them, giving us …

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