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9
Jan

3 Weight Loss Myths You Need to Stop Believing

Start the New Year Right by Understanding Weight Loss Better   It’s the New Year, and on the top of almost everyone’s list of resolutions is to lose weight. For decades, there are have been fad diets that have taken ahold of society, later finding that they are dangerous and destructive. Because of this, there continues to be common misconceptions

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12
Dec

Tips for Lowering Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Improve Your Heart Health with These Tips Around 610,000 people die every year from heart disease in the United States; that’s around one in every four deaths. It is the leading cause of death for both men and women, yet, many are not taking an active role in protecting their health from this. To help maintain better heart health, take

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5
Dec

The Dangers of Winter Driving and How to Handle Them

Winter Driving Hazards Road risks exist all year round, though some are constant and some change with the seasons. In winter, driving can become particularly hazardous. As the nights draw in and the temperatures drop, be sure you understand the dangers of winter driving and how your auto insurance in Vancouver, WA can help. Black Ice Black ice is clear

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21
Nov

Home Insurance Endorsements to Consider

Three Additional Home Coverages to Consider Your home insurance in Vancouver, WA is meant to cover you when the worst happens. While it does do a good job of this, every policy has its limits. That’s why it’s important to consider securing home insurance endorsements that better protect your house, belongings, and wallet. Here are three endorsements all homeowners should

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7
Nov

Does Your Level of Education Impact Your Auto Insurance Rates?

Are Education and Your Auto Insurance Premiums Linked?  We all know that insurers look at a variety of factors when determining auto insurance premiums. This can include your age, gender, occupation, location, mileage, driving history, car make and model. But, did you know that insurance carriers will look at your level of education to help them decide? That’s right, your

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