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Ready, set, mow: An easy 10-minute lawn mower tuneup

(BPT) - The incredible look of lush, green grass. The feel of soft lawn beneath your toes. The smell of the freshly cut yard on a warm sunny day. A healthy lawn starts with good maintenance and the most important…

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COPD: Do You Have This Disease?

(StatePoint) Chances are high that you know someone with COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It’s the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., and more than 16 million Americans have been diagnosed with it. But according to the…

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6 ways to stay safe around the water this summer

(BPT) - Summer is fast approaching, which means that more children will be in and around water areas such as pools, lakes and oceans. Like many parents, you worry about your children’s safety around water, no matter how old they…

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Thrill of the grill

(BPT) - Americans have a long-standing love affair with grilling. This relationship started many years ago. Our ancestors first learned to cook over an open flame, and today grilling has become a year-round lifestyle choice with many preferring to cook…

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Take control with a financial reality check

(BPT) - Trying to make ends meet, dealing with credit card and student loan debt and paying unexpected bills while saving for retirement can be challenging regardless of where you are in life. It’s not surprising that personal finances are…

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Managing post-surgical pain without opioids

(BPT) - As the opioid epidemic raged on in 2018, dialogues swirled around who to blame for the crisis and how to cut opioids from the treatment narrative. While opioids have long been considered a standard in preoperative and postoperative…

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Downtown Issues for 14th District City Council Candidates

DTLA—Few people are thinking about next year’s 14th District City Council race. After all, voters won’t go to the polls until March 2020. When election day arrives, the contest will be at the bottom of a ballot highlighted by the…

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Trying to Understand L.A.’s Bizarro World Sheriff

DTLA—In the past couple decades there have been some amazing oddities at the top of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department. The 30th sheriff, Sherman Block, completed almost four terms, and ran for a fifth, despite being dead (he suffered a…

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Cat lovers are in luck, as next month Downtown is getting a temporary cat cafe. The West L.A.-based CatCafé Lounge will launch the Tiny Beans Kitten Lounge pop-up at 551 S. Spring St. on May 18, with the goal of…

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