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Lifestation, often confused for the defunct 1980s cable TV channel, is a home medical alert system. Lifestation’s alarm button is available in a wristband or neck pendant. Lifestation allows you to communicate with care specialists that can help with all of your medical needs. In addition, Lifestation helps you set up an emergency action plan in the event that you’re unable to talk to your care specialist. On top of that, Lifestation sets up messaging so your care givers and loved ones know if something has occurred. For some extra peace of mind when you’re shopping at Lifestation, get a coupon from Savings.com.
My caseworker’s fingernails are several inches long — long enough to curl in on themselves — and as she pecks away at an ancient computer I can’t help but wonder if they interfere with her typing. I immediately realize my mistake. This isn’t the place for ideas like efficiency or speed. If it was, she’d have led me straight to her own computer, instead of wandering through a maze of partitions for an unoccupied desk, as it seems like each caseworker has to do upon returning
Now that the holidays are over, many of us are looking forward to getting back in shape. Our inflated bellies and deflated wallets are a reminder of the carefree times we spent enjoying food and drinks with family and friends. Don’t worry, getting back in shape and saving some money along the way are easy with a few simple tips.
Cut out your daily Starbucks run. Yes, I know. Coffee is addictive and it’s so much easier to pop into a coffee shop and order your favorite latte to go. Did
Summer is now upon us (even though not officially until June 21st) thanks to Memorial Day. Weekends of barbecues, camping and general outdoor fun are to be had in coming months, and it’s imperative that we know about sunscreen. One of the first things you’ll probably notice on a bottle of sunscreen are the letters SPF. They don’t stand for Sarah’s party feet, or stop playing frisbee–those three letters stand for sun protection factor and tell you the degree to which