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2014

Accent Modification Can Help You Shed Your Regional Accent

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Part of the fun of traveling to different regions is getting to hear new accents. However, accents aren’t as appreciated when you have a corporate job or do public speaking. If you have a strong regional accent, you may want to take accent modification classes so you feel more confident in your job. Here are some more reasons to take these classes and what you can expect when you take one. Read More»

Five Causes Of Male Infertility You Can Prevent

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According to statistics, male infertility accounts for about 30% of all infertility issues, which means it affects many people. Fortunately, many causes of male infertility are preventable. Here are a few examples of such preventable causes of male infertility: Smoking Cigarettes By now, most people know the dangerous health effects of smoking. However, some may not know that infertility is one of these dangerous health effects.  According to research, the effect is there because smoking degrades the protein (protamine 2) needed for sperm formation, and damaged sperms are less likely to fertilize eggs. Read More»

Medicare Supplement Insurance: The Answers To Some Of Your Questions

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You are almost to that age where you need Medicare. You are worried that Medicare isn’t going to be enough, though. Luckily, there is something called Medicare Supplement Insurance (aka Medigap). However, you may not know much about it and you have a few questions. You may know that Medigap helps to pay what is left behind from Medicare Part A/Part B coverage, but you don’t know much else. Read on to learn more. Read More»

Tips For Keeping Your Pet Calm During Its First Visit To The Animal Hospital

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When you have a young pet, you’ll soon need to schedule its first checkup at your local animal hospital. This appointment will not only begin a relationship with the veterinarian who will care for the pet throughout the years ahead, but it will also ensure that your pet is as healthy as possible. For a pet that has never or seldom left your home, the idea of being put in a crate and taken to a new environment can be stressful. Read More»

Planning A Local Funeral For An Out-Of-State Relative? What Should You Know?

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Planning a funeral for a parent or other close relative is never an easy process, even if the death was somewhat anticipated. And if your loved one passed away in a hospital or nursing facility hundreds or even thousands of miles away from his or her hometown, family, and friends, you may be wondering how, exactly, you’ll be able to transport him or her back to this hometown for funeral services. Read More»