Jeff Reagan
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Play Ball!

Play Ball!

I came into this weekend with a bit of a spring in my step and a smile on my face. And I bet I'll keep them both throughout the day. The reason is admittedly a little silly, given all that's...

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How to Cope With Summer Allergies

How to Cope With Summer Allergies

It's not your imagination. If you suffer from summertime allergies, they are getting worse with each passing year. The likely culprit? Soaring pollen counts. You see, the rising average temperatures are leading to longer pollen seasons. That means spring's tree pollen...

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Why is it Important to Drink Enough Water?

Why is it Important to Drink Enough Water?

If you've ever been dehydrated, you know how awful it can make you feel – fatigued, confused, dizzy, thirsty. But in addition to those miserable symptoms you feel right away, there are a host of other issues dehydration can cause on...

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Is your garden summer ready?

Is your garden summer ready?

Summer is typically a time to rest and relax. When things slow down and life moves at a slower pace. But if you're one of the many that started gardening during the pandemic, this is no time to take a...

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Your Cellphone Could Save You in an Emergency

Your Cellphone Could Save You in an Emergency

What if there were a news outlet that placed reporters on the scene immediately after an emergency occurred? That's just a fantasy, right? News gatherers can't be everywhere at the same time. Or can they? Actually, with social media, they...

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Sunday Thoughts (food as medicine)

Sunday Thoughts (food as medicine)

As much as we'd like to think that this virus that's upended our lives is going to go away, it's likely to be here for some time in one form or another. It's scary to think about, but denying reality...

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Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

Can you teach an old dog new tricks?

The other day I was taking Ellie for a walk right after a storm had passed through. Ellie was nibbling on some grass in a neighbor's yard when the homeowner came out. "Oh, poor thing. She doesn't feel well." my...

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