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How To Identify Flood-Damaged Vehicles

flooded car

NAPSI)—Following record-setting rainfall in many areas of the country, flooding has taken its toll on vehicles. It’s important for those considering buying a used vehicle to be car care aware and check for signs of water intrusion or contamination, advises the nonprofit Car Care Council. “Purchasing a used vehicle and …

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Raising Kids Who Speak For The Bees

Kids and Bees

(NAPSI)—Remember the Lorax, who spoke for the trees? Dr. Seuss’ tale laid important groundwork by encouraging the next generation to care about the environment. As Seuss wrote, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” Regardless of age or ability, students …

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Little River Blue Crab Festival this weekend

Blue Crab Festival

Make sure to attend the Little River Blue Crab festival this weekend. Located at the Historic Little River Waterfront, the World Famous Blue Crab Festival is one of the largest festivals in the Southeast with many visitors planning their vacation around this landmark event. The festival features live beach music, …

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MUSC offers a game changer for Lupus

Lupus

by Kimberly McGhee The first clinical trial in the U.S. using allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to treat human disease is being led by MUSC [Medical University of South Carolina] Health rheumatologists Gary S. Gilkeson, M.D., and Diane L. Kamen, M.D., MSCR, who are studying their safety and efficacy in patients with systemic lupus …

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Health Benefits Of Plant-Based Nutrition

As people continue to look for ways to live healthier lifestyles, the plant-based diet continues to gain momentum. A plant-based diet describes a way of eating in which there is an emphasis on plant foods in the form of colorful fruits and vegetables, legumes and whole grains. Supporting Your Health …

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Four Ways To Remain Mentally Sharp In Retirement

Many retirees share a fear of gradually losing their ability to think as clearly as they used to or remember simple information such as other people’s names. And while everyone has the occasional “senior moment,” medical research indicates that aging by itself is generally not a cause of cognitive decline. …

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