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Emergency Fund 101

Article provided by Thrivent Financial Take this crash course on how you could be saving for the unexpected. It happens to everyone: Life hands you an unpleasant surprise, and you’re left holding the bill. A layoff, a broken bone, a busted furnace—at some point, you’re forced to pony up cash outside of your regular budget…
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What is the Difference Between a Cold and the Flu?

Blog provided by PIH Health Feeling sick but can’t tell if it’s a cold or the flu? “Since a cold and the flu have a few common overlapping symptoms, it’s easy for the two to be mistaken for one another,” says Mina Jamalleh Abu Gosh MD, PIH Health Internal Medicine physician. It’s important to understand both…
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Is your website accessible to people with disabilities?

Provided by Base Note Labs Is your website accessible to people with disabilities? More than the general benefit of reaching a larger audience, and the less well-known benefits for search engine optimization (SEO). Making your website accessible to everyone is also the ethical thing to do, and U.S. courts have recently agreed. Following a landmark…
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Managing Holiday Expenses

Provided by Credit Union of Southern California According to a 2017 survey from mobile startup Varo, 74 percent of Americans say they often fail to budget properly for the holidays. And so many end up racking up holiday debt, particularly on credit cards. The problem is that debt on credit cards tends to linger past…
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The Vaping Dilemma

Blog provided by Mark Scott, LAADC, SAP There have been a number of stories recently about people dying from vaping.  The main reason seems to be the use of e-cigarettes bought from unlicensed vendors and with substances that contaminate the product.  Vitamin E added to the vape module has been signaled out as one of…
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