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Win the chance to join Team Triaction 2

  We’re just like you – we want our kit to work as hard as us, while making a serious style statement. When it comes to sports bras, we’re after a perfect fit, great support for our cup size and on-trend styles and colour ways. It might be underwear but …

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Healthy Holiday Gift Guide – 50 Gifts under $50

  by Caitlin Hendee, Nov 20, 2017   You probably have a loved one who makes the whole healthy living thing a way of life. Or maybe you have someone who really wants to lose weight and make a change. Either way, the holidays give you the perfect opportunity to encourage …

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Here are the the highest-rated child booster seats for your car

  Parents don’t need to max the credit card or eat ramen for a week for good child-car safety, according to the ratings for the 16 new 2017 booster seats tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. While there was a consistency of quality with 13 of 16 seats …

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Who’s got more holiday spirit — Harry Potter or Mickey Mouse?

  For the first time this year, Harry Potter will be part of Universal Orlando’s Christmas festivities, bringing a new and hugely popular setting to a holiday celebration that is all about tradition. At night, projection mapping and lighting will wrap Hogwarts castle with Christmas scenes inspired by the Harry …

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He planned to meet StonerSnowBunny91. Instead, a gun and brass knuckles awaited, cops say

  A Florida man who thought he was going on a hot date couldn’t have been any more wrong. The meet-up, which was initiated on the dating site Plenty of Fish, quickly turned violent after a woman lured him to a home, where he would be severely beaten and robbed …

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Psychotherapy is not one size fits all … Or is it?

  Psychotherapy involves the application of clinical methods and interpersonal interactions to help people modify their behaviors, thinking patterns and emotions, in order to achieve a desired level of function and quality of life. It is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and their therapist, and …

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Every day, help fight South Florida’s high HIV rate among young people

  Since 1988, there has been an international health observance on Dec. 1 to unite us all in the continuous fight against the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the disease that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). On both a global and local level, it should be the one day we bond …

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Crumbling buildings, classic cars and mojitos: What it’s like to spend 2 days in Havana

  When the rumble of the cruise ship’s engines abruptly increased around 6 a.m., I knew immediately what the noise meant: We were approaching Havana’s harbor. I drew aside the curtains over our porthole. The sky was still dark, but pinpoints of light stretched in a straight line across the …

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This new ship could help you check the Galapagos off your travel bucket list

  Soon, it may get a little easier to check off the Galapagos Islands from your bucket list. Miami-based Celebrity Cruises announced Thursday morning that it’s building a 100-passenger ship specifically to sail to the famed archipelago off Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean. Called Celebrity Flora, the ship will debut …

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What flower is a South Florida gardener’s best friend? Hint: not impatiens

  Bounteous begonias deserve a featured place in our landscaping. Their sheer variety, adaptability and ease of care make them suitable for our subtropical gardens. In South Florida, they are a gardener’s best friend. Begonias always make me think of a stereotypical grandma’s garden — nice, but not exactly hip. …

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