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By Noel Daniel Heart disease and stroke kill more women than cancer does. It’s a scary statistic, isn’t it? One in three women die to heart disease and stroke. That’s why the American Heart Association embarked on a national movement to end the illnesses, it’s called Go Red for Women.

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By Noel Daniel Taking care of your teeth is more important than you might think. A beautiful smile is great in pictures—but it turns out, it’s also great for your overall health. “You should have good oral hygiene due to the fact that you want a nice smile,” said Savannah

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By Noel Daniel For as nice as it is for the weather to start warming up, it brings with it some itchy, red-eyed side effects. Allergy sufferers all through the Valley understand the price of living here. Although produce is delicious and fresh, it also means that pollen is plentiful—and can

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contentmentIssue 27

By Noel Daniel As the weather starts to warm up, it gets more and more tempting to go outside and play. But where to go once you’ve all loaded up in the car? If it’s a staycation you have in mind, then you’re in luck—we have four local hot spots

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle A variety of professionals are available to help with a wide range of home and garden projects at the Stanislaus County Home and Garden Show, presented every spring by Metro Expositions. This year’s show is scheduled for Mar. 3, 4 and 5 at the Modesto Centre

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Let’s just be honest—when’s the last time your spring cleaning included your garden? When it comes to freshening up your greenery game, maybe you’re falling a bit behind. Fear not: we’ve found three ways to bring glam back into your garden. Coffee Can Lights  Plan a design, first mapping it

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle Next time the bright spring sun lures you into your yard, take a look around and consider how you might make your landscape more healthy. “A healthy garden is a happy garden,” observed Cynthia Austin Tanis, landscape designer at Morris Nursery in Riverbank, organic gardener and

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By Jacqui D. Sinarle Do you love your city? You can show it by participating in Love Modesto or another Love Our Cities event this spring! “Healthy communities need everyone to get involved,” observed Jeff Pishney, Executive Director of Love Modesto and Love Our Cities. “We’re trying to make a

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capturedIssue 27

We called for all precious paws and claws, wings and scales—our pet photo section is one of our favorite annual features.

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By Noel Daniel You never know where you’ll meet that special someone—that someone whose tiny paws can change your whole life. Although it might be tempting to buy a dog or cat from a breeder, the animals in the shelter have proven to be pillars of support for countless people

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