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Business

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iPug trust can meet wide range of estate-planning goals
iPug trust can meet wide range of estate-planning goals

A valuable tool in the elder law attorney's toolbox is the asset protection trust.

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Want to leave an inheritance and get Medicaid? Plan ahead
Want to leave an inheritance and get Medicaid? Plan ahead

Some 70% of older people in the United States who are in a long term care facility end up on Medicaid, where the state pays for their nursing home care.

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Sports

Tips for common problems with one-handed backhand
Tips for common problems with one-handed backhand

My last article on how to find your unique and perfect contact point led me to segue into saying something about the backhand.

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Health & Wellness

Advances in mastopexy (breast lifts): ThermiBreast
E. Ronald Finger
Advances in mastopexy (breast lifts): ThermiBreast

As women age, breasts that were once firm and "perky" begin a downward trend.

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All-On-4 implant system can restore beautiful smile
All-On-4 implant system can restore beautiful smile

According to the American College of Prosthodontists, more than 35 million Americans have no teeth, and 178 million people in the U.S. are missing at least one tooth.

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What you should know about wrinkle fillers
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
What you should know about wrinkle fillers

Injectable wrinkle fillers can give you a more youthful look for a fraction of what a traditional facelift costs.

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Home & Garden

Natural stone good enough for the pyramids, great for homes
Granite like this Blue Bahia is not only beautiful to look at, it is the most sustainable material available and is 100% recyclable. PHOTO COURTESY DISTINCTIVE GRANITE AND MARBLE
Natural stone good enough for the pyramids, great for homes
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Arts & Entertainment

Fred and Ginger inspired dance for all
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
Fred and Ginger inspired dance for all

Most Americans probably recognize Fred Astaire's name, but how much do people know about him - other than that he was a dancer?

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There's a lot of cooking going on at the Kitchen Connection
Kitchen Connection co-owners Christine King, left, and Cindy Stenger.
There's a lot of cooking going on at the Kitchen Connection
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Family

Caregivers can seek help in finding local resources
Caregivers can seek help in finding local resources

If you are a caregiver for your loved one, you might consider it overwhelming to find out information or resources that might be available to you from someone who is both knowledgeable and trustworthy.

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Help children avoid 'summer slide' by reading, using math
Help children avoid 'summer slide' by reading, using math

Summer is a time to relax and wind down after a long school year, right? Unfortunately, no.

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Residents care for many of Lowcountry's forgotten cats
Residents care for many of Lowcountry's forgotten cats

The sun is just starting to peek through the trees in a wooded area as Jeanie's SUV approaches.

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What will senior retirement living look like in 2037?
What will senior retirement living look like in 2037?

With all the rhetoric and hyperbole in recent months (years) over America's health care system

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