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April 29 New exhibit features rare animals and state-of­‐the­‐art technology MEMPHIS, TENN. – Memphis Zoo is excited to announce its world-class Zambezi River Hippo Camp exhibit opens to the public Friday, April 29 with a special ribbon cutting ceremony starting at 11:30 a.m. Zambezi is the first major exhibit opening since Teton Trek in 2009. […]

(Family Features) Following the loss of a parent, the list of to-dos can feel overwhelming. Not only are you adjusting to life without a loved one, you may be facing a seemingly insurmountable list of tasks. From arranging services to dispersing personal possessions to taking care of yourself, it’s easy to find yourself in over […]

(Family Features) Driving conditions have drastically changed in recent years, and thanks to the rise of cell phones and smart devices there are more distracted drivers on the road than ever before. In fact, the National Safety Council reports that 1.6 million crashes each year are a direct result of cell phone use while driving. […]

Watermelon Juice Watermelon Lemonade (Family Features) Staying well-hydrated is especially important during the summer months. In addition to normal body functions, higher temperatures draw more water through perspiration, so consciously replacing your fluid content becomes essential for overall health. “Every system in your body – from reproduction and digestion to circulation, mood and memory – […]

There are plenty of ways to treat lice, but do you know the safest, fastest and most effective method available today? Oh no, it’s finally happened. Your child has come home with a case of itchy, scratchy head lice. But, there are lots of simple and effective cures, right? Not exactly, according to Lice Clinics […]

The month of February is all about hearts, and not just the pink, lacey anatomically incorrect ones. February is also American Heart Month. Sponsored by the American Heart Association, Heart Month is devoted to awareness of heart disease treatment and prevention. How much do you really know? And are you prepared to act? Heart disease […]

Social Media isn’t just a great way to catch up with Highschool friends, it’s also a tool used by law enforcement to catch criminals. Many people, criminals included, give away much information online including their circle of friends, whereabouts, and sometimes, even incriminating evidence. This interesting sponsored infographic gives more details. Via: Sosinsky NYC Law […]