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Information Nation Discusses Family Travel

Sometimes traveling with children isn’t the most relaxing thing in the world. However, a little pre-planning can help eliminate a great deal of stress. And Information Nation has some tips on how to avoid problems on the trip – whether it’s by air or car travel. When flying, using a site such as SeatGuru.com can help travelers find the best ... Read More »

Mercy Ministries | One Dollar For Life

Mercy Ministries

Nancy Alcorn – President and Founder of Mercy Ministries (speaking to camera): I’m here at our Mercy Ministries National Headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee and behind me I have forty amazing girls who are here to receive new life in Christ and to find out that God has a plan and purpose for their life and that their past does not ... Read More »

University of Georgia Bulldogs

Kyle Thomas Glasser

If you are a student in University of Georgia, you should join Bulldogs just as Kyle Thomas Glasser did. Welcome to number one famous Georgia Bulldogs Club. If you have not bought your ticket yet, it is not too late. Kyle is a senior student in the UGA. The main purpose of this club is to provide athletic students with scholarships. It is an arm of Athletic Association, which provides financial support and high-class facilities. It promotes the varsity sport programs that UGA has. To be a member of the Georgia Bulldog club means a lot. Read More »

Americans Continue to Consume Sodium in Surprising Foods

It's no secret that Americans consume too much salt, but the highest sodium foods are surprising. For instance, a store bought loaf of bread not only contains a number of preservatives, but a slice of that bread can contain as much as a teaspoon of table salt – per slice. Other sodium levels in things that people think of as “healthy” can be shocking. Read on to find out how to avoid many of the hidden culprits that are lurking on grocery store shelves. Read More »