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5 Home Remedies For Dry and Damaged Hair

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How To Pick The Right Vape

Despite the fact that millions of Americans vape regularly, many people still find themselves asking “what is vaping?” and “is it right for me?” If you’re one of these people, the best way to learn more about vaping is to try it for yourself. With thousands of vaping devices on the market, it can seem …

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George Milford Haven

George Ivar Louis Mountbatten, better known as Lord George Milford Haven, is a British peer, businessmen, and presently the head of the House of Mountbatten. The current Marquess of Milford Haven, he inherited the title from his father upon his passing in 1970. Previously, he had been Earl of Medina, which is a hereditary title …

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7 Tips to Make Your Online Shopping Experience Better Than In-Store

The retail industry has almost hit a $5 trillion business in North American alone. It has become one of the most successful industries and has shown exceptional growth with time- especially after online shopping became more popular. The online shopping experience has also been transformed – possibly by the best possible means. Visit an online …

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4 Tips For Talking To Your Insurance Company After An Accident

After an accident, there’s so much to remember, so much to do, and so much to think about, it can be overwhelming. Talking to your insurance company is one of the first things you should do, but it’s important to handle it the right way. Here are 4 simple, easy-to-remember tips for talking to your …

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Going Green: An Accidental Story Of Eco Friendly Changes

Have you ever started something for one reason and had the project become something completely different and unexpectedly amazing? That happened to me recently. At my home I have a man cave. In my man cave I have a small fridge so I don’t have to walk all the way to the kitchen. I have …

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How FEMA Has Developed Over The Years

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has been widely criticized over the years for their less-than-stellar responses to crisis situations.  Most notable was their response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which left many questioning FEMA’s preparedness for a natural disaster.  During this time, FEMA faced intense scrutiny for failing to respond as soon as they …

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The Most Common Causes Of Car Accidents

As more and more drivers take to the roads, our highways become even less safe. While there’s no way to stop all accidents from occurring, a look at the most common causes of car accidents may help us to curb our bad driving habits. A safer road begins with recognizing our faults and correcting them, before …

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How To Have Fun While Getting In Shape

Without a doubt working out is good for your health and well-being. Exercise can reduce certain types of cancers, it can lower the risk of obesity, it can decrease the likelihood of heart disease, and it can energize you for the entire day. Yet for many people, getting into a consistent exercise routine can be …

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Despite countless TV, print, and radio ads warning drivers of the consequences, people still get behind the wheel of a car after they’ve had too much to drink. They think their tolerance is higher than it really is, or they think it’s only a few miles to their house and they’ll be fine. Or maybe …

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What Adulting Really Means

            Growing up isn’t much fun. Sure, there are benefits: you’re free of your parents, you can legally drink, and you have a little money of your own (though you wish you had more!). But with adulthood comes responsibilities: taxes, bills, work, and so much more. When was the last time you went to the …

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Nobody loves a bad hair day. And think of those who have damaged hair since years. The brittle, dull and dry hair is a night mare for them. Most of the people suffer from frizzy hair and split ends. What might be the reason is, it’s just due to improper care or exposing the hair …

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