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Rise Early, Work Out, Develop Heart Problems? — Dave’s Diary

Hey Ben Franklin! Try Again! Early to bed, early to rise? Not so much, IFf you believe the Japanese!! Getting up very early could be bad for your heart health, according to a recent study of more than 3,000 healthy adults.

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More Kids Means Greater Protection for Parents From Colds –Dave’s Diary

As your kids amble back to school in the days ahead and as you sink with relief back into that easy chair for a moments rest, consider this: When it comes to having children, the more you have, the healthier it is for the parents. Hard to believe that as you survey the mess they left behind but it’s true!

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Bullseye Bummer — Ultimate Shot Misfires – Dave’s Diary

We’re disappointed to have to announce that the second annual Ultimate Shot Competition scheduled for this Saturday August 24th at Sun targets Shooting Park is cancelled.

We apologize to those competitors who rearranged their  weekend plans to clear the deck for the competition

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Getting Kids Back to School Worse Than Detention for Some Parents! –Dave’s Diary

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t won’t be too long now until Betty and Bobby are back in school.  Who am I kidding, it won’t be long before Aiden and Sophia are back in school but getting them there is apparently NOT half the fun

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The Five Biggest Energy Suckers in Your Home –Dave’s Diary

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energy saving pals at KIT.  We want to arm you with knowledge because Knowledge is power, and in the case of home energy suckers, you can use your knowledge to power down your energy bills

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Shrink your Stress But Grow a Stone? No Thanks! — Dave’s Diary

I am trying to develop a taste for tea.  So far I’m talking sweet tea from McDonald’s, at the theater and from Snapple.  Hot tea in a teapot--not so much.  The reason for the baby steps toward tea is because tea is one of the healthiest drinks you can consume -- it soothes stress, it helps prevent heart disease and stroke and it even helps preserve memory

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Articulate Your Specific Skill Set to Get the Job- Dave’s Diary

We know that IF you could change jobs, you would probably put Lance and Dave out of business and rule the airwaves yourself--right? OK maybe not. That would be too easy. But for job seekers out there, with so many people vying for the same few jobs, you have to make yourself stand out somehow.  But how?

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Gluten Eats Into Cereal Sales –Dave’s Diary

It’s the most important meal of the day but it’s changing.  I grew up on Raisin Bran and bacon and eggs but chances are good that your kids are eating something else.

A recent study finds that Americans are buying less cereal and more breakfast bars. The research fr

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Log the Miles and Add On the Years –Dave’s Diary

Put down that Smart Phone, tie on your running shoes and hit the pavement for a longer life.  Here’s a bonus…don't go too fast! Just jog at a nice, even pace, do it regularly and you could add about six years to your life, according to Danish researchers with the Copenhagen City Heart Study.

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Readin’, Writin’ and Restrictions-the Past Life of the Teacher – Dave’s Diary

 

In less than a month the kids will be heading back to school but there’s a pretty good chance school and classroom activities are probably not top of mind.  Not so for teachers who are already getting into the mental mode for school.  My awesome

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