Month: June 2019

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What Should You Ask a Contractor Before Waterproofing Your Basement?

Homeowners in Utah should ask several questions about a contractor’s service warranty, licensing, and rates before waterproofing their basements. The average cost of waterproofing depends on where you live in the state, although it can be included as an extra cost for basement finishing. In Salt Lake City, you might need to spend around $1,460 …

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Congestive Heart Failure: Symptoms, Causes, and Management

Did you know that the incidence of congestive heart failure has been progressively rising during the past decade? According to the American Heart Association, approximately five million Americans have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure (CHF). More than 500,000 new cases are diagnosed annually in the United States alone. Due to the increasing number of …

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On to the Other Side: What to Do After Surviving a Cardiac Event

A cardiac event is one of the few bad deals in life that you can undo. Not that you can return your heart to its healthiest shape, but you can prevent it from happening again. Not that you’ll have anything in your mind when you get to the other side of life after surviving a …

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The Small Milestones That Boost a Child’s Confidence

We don’t look at milestones the same way children do. For us, reaching milestones means moving on to the next. It’s a never ending cycle, for better or for worse. For children, one milestone may feel like the endgame. When they fail, they think it’s the end of the world and everything else after it …

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A-List Education: Bridging the gap to US universities

The old school Historically, throughout Britain and the world, achieving a university place was synonymous with wealth, status, and success. Although there were occasional exceptions to this rule, in the past, a university degree was usually reserved for the privileged few. Today, whilst there still remains a culture of elitism within Britain’s top-tier universities – …

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What All Homeowners Need to Know About Cockroaches and Asthma

The allergen that might be triggering your allergy symptoms or asthma might be living somewhere in your house unbeknownst to you. It isn’t dust or fragrant and harsh cleaning products, but something more sinister — it also has six legs. Yes, you guessed it, cockroaches — particularly their droppings, skin, and saliva. Gross, but true. …

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