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February 1, 2015

When Should You Go To The ER?

With all the conflicting advice out there, it can be difficult to know when an illness is serious enough to warrant a trip to the ER. Nobody likes to sit all night in a hospital just to wait for a doctor who may tell you that it wasn’t necessary to come in, but it’s natural to be concerned if you have certain symptoms or warning signs.

The American College of Emergency Physicians has made the guessing game a little easier by publishing a list of signs that may indicate a genuine medical emergency. If you are experiencing any of these, you should head to your nearest ER as quickly as possible rather than waiting for your next doctor’s appointment.

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January 25, 2015

How To Cut Your Car Insurance Costs

Between the high price of gas and the overall cost of purchasing a car, running a vehicle has become a major expense for many families. Car insurance is one of the most important expenses involved when it comes to owning a car. Insurance is an absolute necessity that can’t be avoided, but there are ways to bring down the cost of your premiums without resigning yourself to public transport anytime soon.

Include Other Vehicles

If you have more the one vehicle parked at home, you could save money by insuring everything together under a group discount, rather than setting up separate insurance policies. Find out from your insurance provider whether your rates will go down [...]

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January 7, 2015

How To Have A Happy Marriage

The rising divorce rates might make marriage look less than promising, but there’s no need to get cynical yet. There are still plenty of couples out there enjoying fulfilling, loving marriages well into middle age and beyond. If you’re newly wed or just hoping to improve the state of your relationship, follow these simple tips to bring more positivity into your marriage.

Keep the focus on yourself. That may seem like odd advice when talking about a relationship. Many people enter into a relationship or marriage with big ideas about what their partner should be like. Perceived flaws are sometimes seen as areas that should be focused on and changed as soon as possible. In reality, [...]
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December 29, 2014

How To Survive A Family Road Trip

Family vacations on the road can be a great way to explore the country, experience something new and bond as a family. When you have small children, however, they can also be a bit of a nightmare. Between screaming toddlers and endless bathroom breaks, road trips can begin to feel like a bad idea when the kids are involved. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be that way! Use this survival guide to ensure that your family road trip is just as much fun as it should be.

Sit In The Back

None of us like the backseat, but if you have a small infant who gets restless and anxious when stuck in the back for an extended period of time, you can save yourself some hassle and your baby [...]

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