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2019: A New You, a New Smile
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2019: A New You, a New Smile

Dear Dr. K.C.:  I am 55-year-old female and am embarrassed whenever I smile.  I had braces when I was a teenager and don’t want braces as an adult.  My teeth are moving more and more and are chipping on the edges.  I used to have a big smile, but now I only sort of smile…

Epic Bike Crash in Rural Peru
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Epic Bike Crash in Rural Peru

By Jesse A. Cisneros An unfortunate crash during a trip of a lifetime abruptly cut the enjoyment short. With a travel insurance policy from Arch RoamRight, short-term care, stabilization and evacuation services to the right facilities were provided. How It Happened In April 2017, the insured – a female in her 50s – was biking…

Career Corner: Keep Your Jargon to Yourself
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Career Corner: Keep Your Jargon to Yourself

By Angela Copeland Have you ever wondered how your website is doing in the SERPs? What about your PPC? Are you getting a good CPA? What about the CPM? Are you tracking all of your KPIs? Was the last sentence obnoxious, or what? There’s a good chance I almost lost you when you saw it….

Lifeline for Pets: ‘Tortie Love’
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Lifeline for Pets: ‘Tortie Love’

This is Emery. She was living with an elderly person, who did the best she could for her and a few other cats, but now she is asking for your help. Emery is healthy and ready to be pampered in a forever home. She’s a tortie -short for tortoiseshell colored fur- between the age of…

Career Corner: The Best Job Market in a Generation
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Career Corner: The Best Job Market in a Generation

By Angela Copeland I am so excited! This year – 2019 – is set to be a record year for job searching. If I could knock on the door of every reader to personally deliver this message, I would. This message deserves to be yelled from rooftops everywhere. If you have ever thought of looking…

Career Corner: Landing a Work-From-Home Job
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Career Corner: Landing a Work-From-Home Job

By Angela Copeland Finding a work-from-home (or remote job) can seem to be an impossible proposition. It’s like finding a unicorn. You’ve heard they exist, but you’ve never actually seen one. Many people ask about finding jobs you can do from home. Whether you have children, would like freedom to relocate, or just prefer peace…

Career Corner: Let Go of Your Fear and Find Yourself
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Career Corner: Let Go of Your Fear and Find Yourself

By Angela Copeland As we approach the New Year, there’s a lot of talk about setting goals. They may be related to career, family, fitness or other personal pursuits. It’s interesting to think about which goals will be achieved and which will eventually be shelved. Is success always related to the particular goal – or…

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