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Summer safety: 7 tips to keep bugs at bay this summer

Posted: July 22, 2021 | Word Count: 572 From picnics to backyard BBQs, beach days and hikes, Americans continuously enjoy the outdoors throughout the warmer months. But the more time spent outside, the more susceptible people become to uncomfortable bug bites — or worse. To help keep families protected this summer no matter the activity, …

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You Have To Go To Know: LeVar Burton on Why the Rare Blood Cancer Community Needs to Get Back to the Doctor

Best known for his roles in Roots and Star Trek: The Next Generation and helming Reading Rainbow, actor, director and longtime health advocate LeVar Burton strongly believes in using his voice and passion for storytelling to help others. Recently, Burton, who has spent much of his career bringing stories to life, has taken on a …

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Avoiding Payroll Pitfalls: The Questions Small Business Owners Need to Ask

Even amidst the uncertainty of 2020, entrepreneurship managed to grow. Nearly 4.5 million business applications were filed—the highest on record for a single year, up 24% from 2019.[1] This surge in new business formation means many small business owners may soon be hiring employees for the first time, which is both exciting and nerve-racking for …

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Eat like the elite: Athletes know beef-rich diets can spur good health

Most Americans know firsthand how delicious beef can taste in salads, appetizers, and entrees. But many are less aware of how a diet rich in the savory red meat promotes strength and overall good health. That fact is well-understood by our country’s elite athletes, who continually fine-tune their diets to maximize their performance in international …

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New clinical trial for patients with a rare form of ovarian cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, half of all ovarian cancers are found in women who are 63 years old or older. However, low grade serous ovarian cancer (LGSOC), which represents approximately 10% of all ovarian cancer types, tends to be diagnosed at a younger age. While this kind of cancer is associated with slow …

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9 tips for job seekers in the hospitality industry

As vacation destinations and businesses reopen across the country, the hospitality industry is poised for significant growth. According to the latest jobs report, there were 343,000 new hires in the leisure and hospitality industry — the sector with the biggest portion of employment gains — in June alone. Many experts expect this momentum to continue …

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