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Proper hydration necessary for optimum body function

Water is the most common substance on earth and is also the nutrient that your body needs the most.

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Tips to help seniors survive, thrive in summer heat
Tips to help seniors survive, thrive in summer heat

The Lowcountry is a wonderful place to spend the summer season.

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Nonprofit offers affordable veterinary care that supports rescue
Nonprofit offers affordable veterinary care that supports rescue

Palmetto Animal League's unique approach to animal rescue creates a powerful resource for animals

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Now is the time to support the arts with donations

As concerns for health and wellness continue, many arts and culture organizations are having to make tough decisions,

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Help in understanding dental implants, by the letter
Help in understanding dental implants, by the letter

"I" is for "ingenious." There are so many shapes and sizes of implants to fit just about any situation to replace teeth or stabilize dentures.

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Advances in liposuction made difference for today's patients
Advances in liposuction made difference for today's patients

My first liposuction procedure was in 1982. After reading an article about it by a plastic surgeon from New York

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Keep your emotional 'cool'  as summer heats up
Keep your emotional 'cool' as summer heats up

As the hot, humid days of summer sap our energy and most of the patience we normally possess

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Port Royal Sound Foundation hosts outdoor family event
Port Royal Sound Foundation hosts outdoor family event

The Port Royal Sound Foundation will host "Around the Sound," an on-going outdoor activity for families from July 1 to Aug. 31.

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Fabulous Fakes: Master  artworks with a twist
Fabulous Fakes: Master artworks with a twist

If you can't impress your friends with an original Renoir, here's your opportunity to find the next best thing.

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Conroy Center now open for tours
Conroy Center now open for tours

The Pat Conroy Literary enter has reopened to the public for in-person tours and a limited number of in-person events.

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Keep it simple when planning, but not too simple
Keep it simple when planning, but not too simple

When your children inherit from you, will they lose it if or when they get sued, if or when they get divorced?

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Community banks vital to residents, businesses in their market
Community banks vital to residents, businesses in their market

Over the past several months, community banks across the country have distinguished themselves

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Technology helps keep people  connected when separated
Technology helps keep people connected when separated

While nothing tops face-to-face interactions, technology can be an excellent tool

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Personal habit, fashion statement, respect - just wear a mask
Personal habit, fashion statement, respect - just wear a mask

Raise your hand if you wear a face mask every single time you walk out the door of your home or office.

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Choosing new town manager top priority
Choosing new town manager top priority

Town Manager Steve Riley announced his retirement last month, leaving us with big shoes to fill.

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Sun on the Street

'Let Freedom Ring': What does it mean on a personal level?

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Properly defining, constraining COVID-19 contact tracing

In recent weeks, as our economy has reopened and public health experts have reiterated how to slow the spread of COVID-19

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CARES Act decisions for South Carolina being finalized
CARES Act decisions for South Carolina being finalized

As many of you know, on March 27 the bipartisan Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act

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Helping others comes easily for local Ask & Answer page founder
Helping others comes easily for local Ask & Answer page founder

When Heather Price was a child, she hoped to be either a nurse or someone who would catch bad guys for the FBI.

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Hummell featured in first Art League exhibit since reopening
Hummell featured in first Art League exhibit since reopening

Through July 25, Art League of Hilton Head will host "Wall Flowers," an exhibit of paintings by Amos Hummell

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Successful job search begins with good, well-written resume
Successful job search begins with good, well-written resume

We all know someone who can find a job just as fast as they lose one.

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Palmetto Quilt Guild awards scholarships
Palmetto Quilt Guild awards scholarships

The Palmetto Quilt Guild (PQG) Inc. awarded $2,000 in scholarships to local graduates

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Palmetto Medical Group joins Beaufort Memorial network
Palmetto Medical Group joins Beaufort Memorial network

Palmetto Medical Group, a Bluffton primary care practice established in 2008

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Progress on town's public projects continues despite pandemic
Progress on town's public projects continues despite pandemic
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