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PLANNING FOR YOUR FUTURE

Seven Myths You May Mistakenly Believe About Long-Term Care

(NAPSI)—As you develop your retirement plans and think about how a potential need for long-term care may impact those plans and your loved ones, certain misconceptions may prevent you from taking … more
Hints For Homeowners

Prepare Your Home For The Rough Weather Ahead

(NAPSI)—There have been more than 80 extreme weather events in the United States that caused at least $1 billion each in damage since 2011, according to data from the National Oceanic and … more
Booktrib’s Bookbites

A Thrilling Book Trilogy And More—Megalomaniacs Battle Zealots, With America Caught In The Middle

(NAPSI)—This issue of BookBites introduces readers to Eric C. Anderson’s New Caliphate trilogy, a saga ripped from today’s headlines that could leave tomorrow’s Europe on the … more
ALERTA SOBRE LA SALUD

Por qué—y cómo—cuidarse los riñones, todos los días.

(NAPSM)—Muchas personas no lo saben, pero si sus riñones dejan de funcionar, usted tampoco funcionará. Los riñones son esenciales para la vida como los son otros … more

Corporate PR Strategy: Create Extra Coverage Among People With Power

Most Fortune 500 companies cover community news outlets that go into the homes of millions of wealthy suburbanites. This successful technique accomplishes three things:1. Gives the top-priority story … more
Children’s Corner

Helping Children Reach Their Potential

(NAPSI)—While most families acknowledge the importance of education, one out of every six students in America doesn’t graduate high school on time. This can be the result of many … more
Kids In The Kitchen

Celebrity Chef Mentors 4 Youth

(NAPSI)—Noted Chef Tom Douglas cooked up a way for four youth who have experienced foster care to explore culinary careers. What Douglas Did The Seattle restaurateur, who defeated … more
Smart Snacking

Olives: A Good-For-You, On-The-Go Snack

(NAPSI)—Among the tastiest and most versatile fruits on Earth, olives are enjoyed by many cultures around the world. They have been in existence for 8,000 years, and while olives are not … more
The Public’s Need To Know

How D.C. Superstars Succeed With Media You Need And Methods That Work

Government of the people, by the people and for the people is influencing Congress by reaching three groups of people through thousands of community news outlets: more

Winning In Washington

Public Information

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Pressure Ulcers Cost U.S. Healthcare $10.2 Billion and Contribute to Nearly 29,000 Hospital Deaths Each Year

But new technology can dramatically curb the pressure ulcer pandemic

(NAPSI)—American healthcare, renowned for pioneering new technology to save lives, has all but ignored one of the most costly and deadly Hospital-Acquired Conditions (HACs), which the federal … more
Fabulous Food

Don’t Waste Your Leftover Easter Eggs—Celebrate National Egg Salad Week!

(NAPSI)—We all know the real star of the Easter season. No, not the Easter bunny—it’s eggs! In fact, in 2018 there were 242 million dozen eggs sold during Easter; that’s 2.9 … more

Did You Know?

(NAPSI)—If you have high blood pressure, consult your doctor or pharmacist about the safety of over-the-counter medicines. Some pain relievers and cold and flu medications may raise blood … more
Our Great Growers

Celebrate Farmers And Food For Life

(NAPSI)—“Agriculture is the most healthful, most useful and most noble employment of man.”—George Washington Since the founding of America nearly 250 years ago, agriculture … more
Word From Washington

Building A Medicaid Bipartisan Bridge

(NAPSI)—With the nation increasingly politically divided, two United States senators are reaching across the aisle to work on a growing problem facing Medicaid: truth in rebates. The … more
Spotlight On Healthcare

Can You Afford an Unexpected Hospital Bill? Preparing Your Family for Unforeseen Costs

(NAPSI)—Whether it’s a broken leg or the flu, illness and injuries that result in hospital stays are unfortunately commonplace for American families. After a hospital stay, … more

Word from Washington

The Right Rebate Act of 2018 would close a loophole in Medicaid that lets pharmaceutical manufacturers misclassify drugs and overcharge taxpayers by billions of dollars, says Jeffrey Lewis, the … more
Safety Sense

Together, We Can (And Must) End Family Fire

(NAPSI)—Our greatest treasures are our loved ones. Many a sermon has emphasized the importance of children, siblings and parenting. These are gifts from God, and more valuable than anything … more
America's Heroes

A Lasting Tribute To American Soldiers

(NAPSI)—More than 30 million Americans have served in the United States Army. If you or someone you care about is among them, you can now order a personalized, commemorative brick that will be … more
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