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Business

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Common investing mistakes to avoid: Timing the market
Luke Gawronski
Common investing mistakes to avoid: Timing the market

Today, the media and internet offer an almost overwhelming number of opinions and strategies about how and when to expose your capital to the market.

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How should assets be titled and beneficiaries designated?
Mark F. Winn
How should assets be titled and beneficiaries designated?

When you decide to plan your estate, if you use a revocable trust as a vehicle for transferring your assets to avoid probate

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Merger of banks will create sixth largest bank in nation

Coming out of winter doldrums and on the verge of spring, many businesses have been preparing for changes.

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Take steps now to control your investment taxes
Jan Williams
Take steps now to control your investment taxes

How much you pay in taxes depends on a variety of factors, many of which you can't control.

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Sports

Great communication essential to winning doubles
Great communication essential to winning doubles

We're now in the throes of this year's league doubles season.

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Health & Wellness

Best practice to help prevent skin cancer is sunscreen
Oswald Lightsey Mikell
Best practice to help prevent skin cancer is sunscreen

Millions of sun worshippers will hit the beaches this summer to work on the perfect, golden tan.

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Dental implants: A  modern-day miracle for many
Dental implants: A modern-day miracle for many

As with any technology that is made to improve the quality of life in the simplest way possible, dental implants fall into the category of "miraculous."

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Diagnosis, treatment for silent epidemic: endometriosis
Marlena Mattingly Masavage
Diagnosis, treatment for silent epidemic: endometriosis

One in 10 women of childbearing age - an estimated 176 million worldwide - suffers from endometriosis.

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Helpful tools for spring cleaning of your mental health
Deb Davis Hall
Helpful tools for spring cleaning of your mental health

This time of the year, we often think about spring cleaning. Generally, this means physically cleaning our homes.

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What can be done about  saggy, drooping neck skin?
Before and after photos of a patient who underwent direct excision with Z-plasty under local anesthesia. The "after" photo was taken 14 years post-op. COURTESY FINGER AND ASSOCIATES
What can be done about saggy, drooping neck skin?

With younger patients, a primary concern about the neck is fat deposits under the chin. This fat is often genetic or from excess weight gain.

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Arts & Entertainment

Local standouts Maurer, Phares to perform with Choral Society

Known for sharing its love of music and top-tier talent at each performance, the Hilton Head Choral Society

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Family

Improve your declarer play with promotion, finesse
Improve your declarer play with promotion, finesse

In playing contracts in no trump and with a trump suit, I suggest that you count your winners and take your tricks

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Resources help ease the challenges of living with Alzheimer's
Rachel Carson
Resources help ease the challenges of living with Alzheimer's

It's an impending crisis unlike anything the world has seen to date.

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Seven reasons to consider a retirement community
Seven reasons to consider a retirement community

1. Meal plans included. All senior retirement communities offer a "meal plan"

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Shelter dog takes on struggles like a true Southern belle
FETCH CANINE REHAB
Shelter dog takes on struggles like a true Southern belle

Her name is reminiscent of days gone by and, like any Southern belle, she is proud, strong and well behaved.

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