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Articles from the June 1, 2019 edition

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Turning Conflict Into Joy

Healthy individuals and families are not free from conflict, disappointment or hurt. To the contrary, they understand life includes such trials. In the world you will have trouble (John 16:33). But a...

 

"Stroke Protocol" A Plan for Catastrophe!

My Grandfather had a stroke when I was about 11 or 12 years old. When we visited him in the nursing home my Grandmother said, “Go ahead and talk to him. He understands what you are saying he just...

 
 By Rosa Shala    Finance    June 1, 2019

Women's Focus on Financial Readiness

Why Do You Need a Financial Strategy? • Life Changing Events • Evolving Roles, Increased Responsibilities • Financial Uncertainty, No Plan Over the last 60 years, women’s role in the household...

 

The Basics of Breastfeeding

There are so many decisions to make when preparing to bring home a baby. Is my hospital bag packed? Is the car seat in the car? Have I picked a pediatrician? Names, room colors, setting up daycare....

 
 By Joe DiFeo    Automotive    June 1, 2019

Sell Your Car Quickly, Easily, and for Good $$

Is it time to sell your car? Maybe you’re downsizing your “family fleet”, buying a replacement vehicle from a dealership that won’t give you a fair trade-in value, or buying a replacement...

 

Why For Sale by Owner Might Not be the Right Choice for You

Do you really know what it takes to sell your home? Many people don’t realize how difficult selling a home can be. Most people who try to sell their home without a realtor do so to save money, but...

 

Sudden Cardiac Death in Young People

Few other medical events are more devastating and psychologically traumatizing than sudden and unexpected death of a young individual. Most common causes of sudden death in this age group are...

 
 By Jennifer Jamack    Health    June 1, 2019

Local Community Volunteer Finds a New Meaning for Courage After Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Jo Ellen Parkey is a well-known community volunteer, mother, local swim coach, and a recent breast cancer survivor. When she first received her breast cancer diagnosis after a routine mammogram from...

 
 By Jose Concha DPM    Health    June 1, 2019

TOE-RIFIC ADVICE for KIDS

Parents take their children to the dentist to have their teeth cleaned and vision and hearing screenings are done in school, but it is rare for children to have their feet examined. The developing...

 

3 Key Questions Adult Learners Should Ask Before Returning to School

An education unlocks so many doors. It’s worth taking the time to make sure you’re opening the door that’s right for you. Before you register for that first class, it’s important to consider a...

 

Tips for the Ultimate Vacation with Your Pet

Practice precaution. Take your dog on a trial run. If traveling by car, see how your pet handles shorter rides before embarking on the full trip. These short rides can be to the park for some outdoor...

 

Moms, Make Time for Yourself This Summer

One easy way for moms to stay on top of their game while on the go this summer is with quick, healthy snacks that fit right into your busy schedule and keep you energized wherever the day takes you....

 

Financial Fraud is Targeting Older Adults at Record Levels

The financial exploitation of older people is a rampant epidemic in America. A recent report by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau revealed that each incident of financial fraud cost older adults ages 70 to 79 an average of $45,300. And when...

 
 By Jessica Macy    Community    June 1, 2019

Do You Know Your Child Care?

St. Gerard Campus, a Maternity Home and High School, provides quality day care to the children of the young ladies enrolled in the high school. This Day Care operates under the licensing requirements...

 

Hurricane Awareness

With the extreme effects our area received during Hurricanes Matthew and Irma over the past few years, I feel this is an excellent time to remind our citizens and visitors to develop a Hurricane...

 
 By Joyce Mahr    Community    June 1, 2019

How the Betty Griffin 'House' Came to Be

Next year, the organization now known as Betty Griffin Center will mark 30 years of providing shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in St. Johns County. For the first two...

 

Are You Holding Resentment?

When people believe they are entitled to feel bitter indignation for having been treated unfairly they can also be unaware of the actual harm this may be causing. While acknowledging the initial...

 

Heating/Cooling Maintenance Saves Money and Helps Avoid Problems

Our Peak Performance Service Agreement Program has many benefits which will save you money and help prolong the life of your heating/cooling system. It will maintain and enhance the level of comfort...

 

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