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If you cut back early to bloom perennials now you’ll be rewarded with a second flush of flowers.
Community Events, July 2015
Only about 10 percent of people who are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes know about their condition, which makes it hard to take proactive measures while there is still time to prevent the full-blown disease, according to a new study. Lack of awareness keeps a vast part of the population with elevated blood sugar...
The third week of June is the start of the summer season and if your landscape is looking a bit dull with the end of the spring rhododendron and azalea show, it may be time to add more flash and foliage to the garden.
The summer season is in full swing with a busy delicious social calendar of smoky BBQs, garlicky dips and hotdogs overflowing with onions and relish at the ballpark. What is a Gluten-Free Foodie to do in hot and sticky social situations to freshen things up? No worries my friend, Pür Mints has the answer, NEW Pür Mints...
As more and more members of the Baby Boomer generation – those born between 1946 and 1964, about 75 million in all – enter retirement age and move from commercial healthcare plans to Medicare, the national insurance program for Americans over the age of 65, the question becomes more urgent how the ever-rising medical costs...