Daily Archives : October 1, 2015

It’s a Mystery

Author Stephanie Hoover has always had a fascination with “all things blood and gore.” And although she said it might have something to do with her being born on Halloween, she also explained that really “there’s no empirical evidence to…

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Breast Cancer Survivors

Long-time Survivor Credits ‘Attitude’ Often the woman herself discovers the cancer. That was true with Donna Davidson, who found a lump in her breast during self-examination in October 1998. While director of Heart Walk at the American Heart Association, Mitzi…

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Domestic Violence Survivors

Victim Denied, Then Acknowledged Abuse Lisa Knab’s (now Dynarski) new husband seemed like a nice guy. She was happy to find a father for her two daughters. For a few years, all went well. Then he hit her in front…

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Plant Now for a Beautiful Garden Now and in the Future

Don’t pack away that shovel and trowel. Fall is a great time to plant a few new additions in the landscape. Here are just a few ideas for adding immediate and long-term beauty to your garden. Add cool season annuals…

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The Women’s Expo – Let’s Get Together and Have Some Fun!

We’re very excited about the upcoming women’s expos and hope you have already registered to attend. A great day has been planned so you and your family and friends have an amazing experience! We are thrilled that so many businesses…

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Compliance Issues Inherent in Bring-Your-Own-Device Programs

The increased use of personal devices in the workplace has brought with it a host of legal issues. Devices containing corporate or personal data can be lost or stolen. Viruses can infect corporate systems. Employees can use their devices to…

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