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    5 Risky Things You’re Doing on Your Work Computer

    Wednesday, December 17, 2014

    With technology driving business growth, more companies are implementing bring-your-own-device policies in the workplace. Almost two in three IT professionals believe employee carelessness is connected to major data breaches that exposed customer information, according to a study by IT security firm Check Point. With the risk of employees causing data breaches of customer and corporate [...]

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    Why Depression Is Underreported in Men

    Monday, December 15, 2014

    © Cultura/Zero Creatives Depression is often seen as a problem mainly affecting women. Ironically, that’s one of the reasons why the condition is underreported among men, according to Amit Anand, MD, a professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner College of Medicine and vice-chair of research at its Center for Behavioral Health. Although women [...]

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    Amari Cooper falls short in Heisman Trophy voting

    Sunday, December 14, 2014

    NEW YORK ― Amari Cooper’s shot at the Heisman fell a little short tonight. The Alabama junior finished third in the voting. Oregon’s Marcus Mariota, who Cooper could face in the national title game, became the first Duck to win the sport’s highest honor. Cooper was Alabama’s fourth finalist in six years. AJ McCarron was second [...]

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    Mayweather Calls Out Pacquiao

    Sunday, December 14, 2014

    Pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. has had precious little to say about the fight the public has demanded for years, a bout with Manny Pacquiao — until Friday night. Mayweather said during a Showtime interview that he wants to fight Pacquiao next and wants the fight to be May 2, the Cinco de Mayo weekend [...]

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    McDonald’s to trim menu, examine ingredients

    Thursday, December 11, 2014

    © AP Photo/David Duprey, File FILE – In this Jan. 26, 2009 file photo, a customer looks at the menu at McDonald’s drive-thru in Williamsville, N.Y. McDonald’s is planning to trim its menu, review its cooking methods and maybe even get rid of some of… NEW YORK — McDonald’s is planning to trim its menu, [...]

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    11 Unexpected Trends that Defined Bars and Drinking in 2014

    Wednesday, December 10, 2014

    Goodbye, 2014. You came; you went. It was the year where apples went bananas and the end appeared in the form of the #limepocalypse. Relive the highs and lows before another year rounds the bend. © Provided by Liquor.com South Water Kitchen’s hard cider cocktail, The Fallen. 1. Cider, Cider Everywhere Hard cider came in [...]

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    Crimson PRIDE 2014 SEC Champs

    Sunday, December 7, 2014

    Alabama wants a spot in the College Football Playoff, and it did a fine job making its case again on Saturday. The No. 1 Crimson Tide took control late and routed No. 16 Missouri42-13 to claim the program’s 24th SEC championship. Here are three thoughts from Alabama’s win at the Georgia Dome. 1. Blake Sims [...]

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  • MPS Dr. Lesa Keith being sworn in toDistrict 1 seat by Judge Truman Hobbs

    MPS Board Members Sworn In

    Tuesday, December 2, 2014

    Mr. Robert Porterfield being sworn by Judge Johnny Hardwick in to his District 6 seat on the MPS Board. His wife Debra is holding the Bible. Dr. Lesa Keith being sworn in to her District 1 seat by Judge Truman Hobbs. Her husband Al is holding the Bible.

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    A-U-Burn from Alabama Heat!

    Sunday, November 30, 2014

    Feature picture by: John David Mercer/USA TODAY Sports Alabama Tops Auburn in Record Setting Iron Bowl, 55-44   Picture by Brynn Anderson/AP Alabama BURNED Auburn with a well-tested formula: Throw deep to Amari Cooper, then do it again. Cooper tied his own school record with 224 yards receiving and caught three touchdown passes in the [...]

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    By 2020, Hyundai and Kia Vow to Raise Fuel Economy by 25 Percent

    Monday, November 24, 2014

    Hyundai and Kia plan to boost fuel economy of their vehicles 25 percent by the end of the decade, according to a report from Reuters. “In the first half of this year, [Hyundai Motor] group chairman Chung Mong-koo ordered to secure world-leading competitiveness in fuel economy by 2020,” the automaker said in a statement. By developing [...]

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Jun
10

3 Reasons Why Staying Married For the Kids Can Be Harmful

Think it’s noble to stay married for the kids? Think again! I’m going to give you my take on what happens when you sacrifice your own happiness for the kids. Let me tell you that I know, because I did it! In other words, I know you have really good reasons! Staying married for the [...]

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Jun
6

11 Quick Tips for Getting Fit For Summer

Fitness professionals share their best get-fit-quick tips. Summer is calling. You want to get fit and you want to do it fast. You’ve searched Google for juice cleanses and promised yourself that you’d work out every single day from now until you finally feel confident enough to hang out by the beach in your favorite bathing suit. [...]

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Jun
5

Study Shows Link to Poor Sleep When Using Pot

WEDNESDAY, June 4, 2014 (HealthDay News) — People who use marijuana may have trouble falling and staying asleep and feel drowsy during the day, new research suggests. And adults who started using the drug before they were 15 seem to be twice as likely as nonusers to have problems falling asleep, not feeling rested after [...]

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May
29

Finding Summer Camps That Are Affordable

With fond memories of cabin mates, campfires, swimming pools, and s’mores, it’s no wonder parents who went to summer camp want their children to have the same enriching experience they enjoyed. Whether kids go to sleep-away camp or a day program, they can gain new skills, experiences, friends, and their own memories to cherish. One [...]

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May
28

How to Turn Extra Money Into A lot of Money

There’s nothing more satisfying than watching your cash reproduce. We found six easy ways to grow your savings, starting with as little as $70. Where to start It doesn’t happen often, but every once in a while life drops a little windfall on my family. In the last few months, for example, my husband stumbled [...]

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in store
May
24

5 Places to Meet Unique Women

They say timing is everything. But when it comes to love, it turns out the where is more important than the when, according to a new study in the “Journal of Social and Personal Relationships.” Researchers found the place you meet your partner-to-be influences how the pairing goes over with others and how they support the relationship. And, [...]

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May
21

The Rules of Fashion

By: Niki When it comes to fashion, anything goes. Lets face it ladies who cares about the rules anyway? If you like it, wear it.  Own your look with confidence. From high fashion to street fashion, style has no rule. From crop tops and pencil skirts to boyfriend jeans and a t-shirt.  Tight or baggy, [...]

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makeup
May
16

9 Top Items That Every Woman Should Own

One of my favorite celebrity makeup artists, Katey Denno, says she’s always asked the same question: What are the top five to 10 things every woman should have in her makeup bag? So she decided to offer a detailed answer on her blog (The Beauty of It Is)—and it’s such a great primer/reminder that I [...]

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May
14

Lance Gross Comes To Montgomery

To get early bird tickets for DayDreams: https://daydreams-lg.eventbrite.com To get early bird tickets for DayDreams: https://daydreams-lg.eventbrite.com Montgomery, AL – May 12, 2014 – inMMGroup of inMontgomery.us just announced that Hollywood Actor LANCE GROSS will host DayDreams on June 1, 2014. What is DayDreams? DayDreams is a promotional Daytime event that takes place every FIRST Sunday [...]

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May
12

SHOULD PETS BE ALLOWED TO SLEEP WITH YOU? PROFESSIONAL VETS GIVE ADVICE

In some households pets are allowed everywhere, all the time. In others, pets aren’t allowed on any furniture, ever. But in many, the answer lies somewhere in between. It’s a topic so divisive that it has been known to be a significant factor in choosing a spouse: Do you let your pet sleep in your bed with [...]

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friends
May
7

In Life, You Only Need Three Friends

According to Oxford University anthropologist Robin Dunbar, who has studied human relationships in societies from the Stone Age to Facebook, most people are capable of maintaining stable relations with about 150 others. Within that 150 – a figure now known as Dunbar’s number – Dunbar has identified smaller concentric “circles of intimacy.” Healthy people, he says, maintain a [...]

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Nov
12

The Pros and Cons to Letting Your Child Play Football

You’re a huge football fan. Sundays are spent parked in front of the TV watching crushing blow after crushing blow without really thinking about the concussion or other injury risks for the players, except as it pertains to your fantasy team. But what do you do when your son or daughter says they want to [...]

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Nov
10

Is Tipping a Dollar Becoming Dead?

Dear Moneyologist, This is a First World problem, but I hope you can help. I am a relatively generous man and like to show my appreciation for good service to staff in restaurants, parking valets, doormen and bartenders, but I am increasingly uncomfortable with giving them a $1 tip. The dollar bill used to be [...]

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