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By WILLIAM MORRIS   A time for quiet: Life lessons through journaling         In this world we are living in today, there is so much uncertainty and fear. For many of us, it...

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Submitted by CAPITAL ORTHO   Ease into fitness resolutions        New year, new decade, new beginnings! Many people are more determined than ever to finally tackle the...

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