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By Sheri Bob Hansell The holiday season is a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends. To ensure a safe holiday celebration, please keep safety at the forefront of your activities. Here are some tips on how to celebrate safely this holiday season: If You Are...

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By Troy Josephsen How far would you drive to save money on gas? On any given day, web sites and news outlets keep a lookout for inexpensive gasoline all over Central Florida. Unless a particular gas station is right down the street, the trip to buy gas cancels out your savings! Even if...

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By Dr. Jennifer Swoboda   You may have seen the recent front page title story in our local paper, “Motherhood, delayed”.  The article went on to say that birthrates for women ages 40 to 44 are at their highest rate since 1967! This is exciting news for many career women...

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By Debi Jodts, District Manager for the East Central Region   For some of us, taking on any kind of debt is to be avoided. For others, credit is necessary for buying what they want, when they want it. Really, credit is neither inherently good nor bad—it’s simply a tool. And...

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By Gabriela Murza, UF/IFAS Osceola County Extension Services I’ll be honest, I’ve been having a hard time writing an article on hydration, which is hard to believe since we live in Florida, and this daily event involves water. The amount of water we experience due to floods and...