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  • What to do after a car accident

    What to do after a car accident

    Do you know what to do in the moments immediately following a car accident? Even the most experience driver can get shaken up, but this checklist will help you keep your cool.
    Do you know what to do in the moments immediately following a car accident? Even the most experience driver can get shaken up, but this checklist will help you keep your cool.
  • Are you a hoarder?

    Are you a hoarder?

    How can you tell if you or someone you know has a hoarding problem? It isn't always obvious.
    How can you tell if you or someone you know has a hoarding problem? It isn't always obvious. Our communications coach, Marcia Brandwynne, explains the warning signs and what can be done to help.
  • How to spot an antique cabinet

    How to spot an antique cabinet

    Eighteenth-century antiques are all over the United States. But how do you spot one? Francesca de la Flor shares some clues.
    Eighteenth-century antiques are all over the United States. But how do you spot one? Francesca de la Flor shares some clues.
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  • Six deadly foods for dogs

    Six deadly foods for dogs

    Every pet owner knows a dog can get into just about anything around the house. One woman found that out the hard way when her dog ate a bunch of grapes! Turns out, that's one of the most dangerous foods
    Every pet owner knows a dog can get into just about anything around the house. But these common snacks could be fatal for Fido.
  • How does sleep help kids grow?

    How does sleep help kids grow?

    It's an age-old question: How much sleep do people really need to function and stay fit? Dr. Cara Natterson, a pediatrician, reveals the shocking facts about how critical sleep is --especially for children.
    It's an age-old question: How much sleep do people really need to function and stay fit? Dr. Cara Natterson, a pediatrician, reveals the shocking facts about how critical sleep is --especially for children.
  • Mouse droppings cause disease

    Mouse droppings cause respiratory disease

    Mice are one of the most resilient mammals living on the planet. Some people have them as pets, and they're also used in laboratory experiments. If wild mice get inside your house, they can potentially
    If wild mice find a way inside your home, they can potentially cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to your drywall and insulation. They can also transmit a harmful disease which can cause death in humans. 
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