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Shop at Fry's and Give Back through the Fry’s Community Rewards Program

Shop at Fry's and Give Back through the Fry’s Community Rewards Program

Fry's V.I.P Rewards members can register their card to benefit the ONE Community Foundation. Every time you shop at Fry's a portion of your sale will directly benefit us. The good news is it's free and all you have to do is register your rewards card.   Read more »

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REPUBLIC SERVICES JOINS ARIZONA BUSINESSES SUPPORTING UNITY PLEDGE

REPUBLIC SERVICES JOINS ARIZONA BUSINESSES SUPPORTING UNITY PLEDGE

PHOENIX (Feb. 10, 2014) – Today, Phoenix-based Republic Services announced it has signed theUNITY Pledge. Created in 2013 by ONE Community, the Pledge gives Arizona businesses and individuals a way to demonstrate support for workplace equality and equal treatment in housing and hospitality for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) individuals.  Read more »

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I don't know just ask Harry.

I  don't know just ask Harry.

We never know when events will change plunging us into uncertainty. My goal is to help you figure out what you need to take  the pressure off while you recover. I can offer a compassionate heart and genuine desire to help. I am Harry and represent AFLAC we can help you evauate where you are in the event of a financial change due to illness or accident. I don't pressure, I just listen and help you decide what you need. That is who I am.

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BEE VENOM MAY HELP FIGHT CANCER

BeeResearchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign say venom from honeybees may block the growth or spread of cancer. A substance called melittin found in the venom prevents cancer cells from multiplying.

The author of the study, Dianjan Pan writes, “We have safely used venom toxins in tiny nanometer-sized particles to treat breast cancer and melanoma cells in the laboratory.” Pan hopes to test the treatment on rats and pigs next before eventually treating human patients. Read more »

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BEE VENOM MAY HELP FIGHT CANCER

BeeResearchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign say venom from honeybees may block the growth or spread of cancer. A substance called melittin found in the venom prevents cancer cells from multiplying.

The author of the study, Dianjan Pan writes, “We have safely used venom toxins in tiny nanometer-sized particles to treat breast cancer and melanoma cells in the laboratory.” Pan hopes to test the treatment on rats and pigs next before eventually treating human patients. Read more »

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New Target Ad Features Gay Dads, Shuts Out All The Haters

New Target Ad Features Gay Dads, Shuts Out All The Haters

In an apparent bid to show its commitment to supporting marriage equality, Target has unveiled a new ad featuring two gay dads.

The commercial for Target’s “Made to Matter” product line was posted to YouTube Sept. 13 and at one point shows a gay couple painting with a child. The spot's release comes on the heels of several anti-gay groups' boycott of the chain after the company signed an amicus brief in support of marriage equality last month.

A Target spokeswoman told The Huffington Post the new ad campaign "represents and celebrates" the company's diverse community. Read more »

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MORE AMERICANS RETIRING ABROAD

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The rate of Americans retiring outside of the United States has doubled over the past 10 years. Low cost of living, warm weather year round, and the experience of a new culture are enticing prospects.

But, there are a few things to consider before packing your passport. Expats are still taxed by the IRS on income, regardless of where they live, Medicare coverage does not extend outside of the US, and some countries do not allow non-citizens to purchase real estate. Read more »

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MORE AMERICANS RETIRING ABROAD

senior couple 2

The rate of Americans retiring outside of the United States has doubled over the past 10 years. Low cost of living, warm weather year round, and the experience of a new culture are enticing prospects.

But, there are a few things to consider before packing your passport. Expats are still taxed by the IRS on income, regardless of where they live, Medicare coverage does not extend outside of the US, and some countries do not allow non-citizens to purchase real estate. Read more »

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