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Be good to each other. Sounds simple enough, right? It is, but we move away from it when we don’t make it a lifestyle. CustomInk has launched its fourth annual celebrity-involved “Be Good To Each Other” campaign. In response to a new survey concerning the state of bullying in America, several leading celebrities and athletes are [&hellip...

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Have Americans lost a sense of adventure?  Have YOU lost a sense of an adventure? Sadly, the answer is yes. A new research study surveyed a thousand people, and of those people 42% couldn’t even remember the last time they tried something new. We use popular acronyms like FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) and YOLO [&hellip...

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Athletes Don’t Just Compete, They Inspire

Compete. Compete. Compete. Does this stop just because you were injured? Never. The Warrior Games, sponsored and presented by Deloitte, was designed to introduce wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans to Paralympic sports competitions. This year’s event, which marks its fifth year, took place at the U.S. Olympic Training Cen...

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Save Money with the Wal Mart Saving Catchers App

Money is a topic that is on everyone’s mind… and how to save more of it. There are lots of tips out there for ways to wipe out some debt– creative retirement funds and so on, but what about some simple, every day ways to keep a little more cash in our pockets? Mommy Blogger [&hellip...

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This year doctors will diagnose 670,000 Americans with heart failure, which can be devastating because half of the people who suffer from heart failure die within the next five years. Data presented at the annual Heart Failure of America meeting in Las Vegas has offered new hope. The landmark study focused on 550 patients with [&hellip...

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