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When I was a little girl, my mother told me fish was “brain food.” I thought it was just a way to get me to eat fish. As I got older, I discovered Mom was right.
It is October; the air is beginning to turn crisp, and the leaves will change from green to blazing colors of orange, red, and yellow.
Recently, my brother, who lives in Florida, phoned me to ask if eating the defrosted ground beef that he mistakenly left in the sink overnight was safe. I told my brother it is not safe to eat and to throw it out.
In all weather conditions, the body works to maintain a normal temperature of 98.6 degrees. When temperatures are extreme, like on a scorching summer day, it can be even more difficult for our bodies to maintain this ideal temperature.
Did you know that it was in the mid-20th century that sunglasses gained popularity? In 1929, Sam Foster introduced his Foster Grant sunglasses on the beaches of Atlantic City.
Do you ask people to repeat what they are saying? Do you need to turn the TV volume so loud that others complain? Do you need help understanding speech because of background noise or think that others mumble?
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